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Old 05-27-2019, 01:26 PM   #1
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Well, I had olive oil flavoring in it anyway....
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I was fishing a pond with my brother-in-law, and he went to pour "the juice" off a can of sardines, but dumped everything in the pond. BIL went ballistic and could be heard for miles. Shortly after, some friends paddled up and I asked about their luck.
"Nothing yet, but we saw the damnedest school of fish, and not one had a head on it!"
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Just finished a can with crystal hot sauce for lunch
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I love them if Iím hungry
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Well the crackers probably tasted good.....
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Well the crackers probably tasted good.....
Covered in little oily fishiees.....damn skippy!
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I have to admit as I have gotten older I have developed a taste for them.
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Y'all dont catch enough fish.
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What's the fork for?
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That's nasty.....
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