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Old 04-08-2009, 11:17 AM   #1
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Birthday crawfish stew

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The stills were out of focas but don't look bad on the video clip
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Old 04-08-2009, 07:58 PM   #2
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DDDDDDDDAAAAAAAAAAMMMMMMMMMMNNNNNNNNNN BOOYYY! That looks so good! I luv crawfish - just cant suck the head part...tails ill kill with some butter and lemon or rub like shrimp. mmmmmm good
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C'est un bon repas que vous avez fait cuire Monsieur
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Old 04-09-2009, 08:06 AM   #4
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Dang, you had to cook your own birthday dinner? Good job of it though, happy birthday dude.
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C'est un bon repas que vous avez fait cuire Monsieur
Thats spanish for "It is a good meal that you cooked Mr"
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You mean French.....
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C'est un bon repas que vous avez fait cuire Monsieur
Thats spanish for "It is a good meal that you cooked Mr"
You mean French.....
woulda been better if you could here me say it......I was tryin to be funny but once again it didnt work.....( i had to translate it in french on google)
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That looks real good JB. Wish we could get fresh crawfish out here on the west coast.
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That looks real good JB. Wish we could get fresh crawfish out here on the west coast.
You could go catch them at any lake there Toby.......of course you would have to SIT there and drink beer while you waited for all of those yummy crustacians to crawl into the net......Thats gotta be a terrible way to spend a weekend.
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