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Old 05-09-2006, 11:17 AM   #51
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I told you were a good group here


and you didnt offend anyone.
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Old 05-09-2006, 11:21 AM   #52
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so lets drop it and get back to the positive. anybody got any NAKED Bonny pics!
Look above at the quote............................................. .......................................
Hey now It was the old man that started the naked stuff.... I always start the naked stuff.

When the going gets tough the tough get naked//// It always dislodges the negative!



Thats right Gumball good and naked!
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I have had Quaker Steak'* Atomic wings.... One word..... OW! We have 2 Quaker steak'* right by me.
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THE BONNEVILLE POST

A 65 year old man whom police described as "Bonneville Wren", died Sunday from apparent internal bleedage. Coroners say the autopsy reports revealed a large hole in his stomach, as well as the partial dissolvance of several nearby organs. Autopsy results also showed high levels of natural acid residue on all the affected tissues as well as in the blood stream. Investigators declined to comment as to whether a suit against a hot sauce maker may be in the works, and none of our phone calls to the family were returned.
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LOL!

Actually, capsacin, the active heat in hot peppers is considered to be a healthy additive to the human diet. It is also increasingly being used in arthritis creams and treatments.
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It'* also the ingredient in riot control spray. We wear them at events here in East Jesus and after reading capsacin on box, I sprayed a touch on finger. A thing you only try once in your life.
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It'* also the ingredient in riot control spray. We wear them at events here in East Jesus and after reading capsacin on box, I sprayed a touch on finger. A thing you only try once in your life.
LMAO!

I would pay to see that!

It'* like the time one of my son'* friends was helping me cut up Jalapenos for my home-grown pickled pepper recipe. He cut one wrong and it squirted him in the eye. I probably should have helped him quicker, but his writhing on the floor had me in stitches, I was laughing so hard. Poor guy, lol.

I eventually got around to getting him the eyewash, but he said his eye had this buzzed, warm feeling to it for a while...
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It took many beers to get the feeling out of my mouth after I tasted it and tears rolled down my face for a good 10minutes. Always thought of giving a few chosen wings a touch of it at BBQ'* where my friends say they can take any heat.
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It took many beers to get the feeling out of my mouth after I tasted it and tears rolled down my face for a good 10minutes. Always thought of giving a few chosen wings a touch of it at BBQ'* where my friends say they can take any heat.
beer wont cool anything off.... milk or oj does the trick. (learned from Bill'* associate, Cary)
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It took many beers to get the feeling out of my mouth after I tasted it and tears rolled down my face for a good 10minutes. Always thought of giving a few chosen wings a touch of it at BBQ'* where my friends say they can take any heat.
beer wont cool anything off.... milk or oj does the trick. (learned from Bill'* associate, Cary)
bread works too.
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