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Old 01-25-2012, 05:12 PM   #1
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Ok, Nick kinda got this rolling with his question about sides for his main dishes. Couple years ago i did appetizers and really enjoyed them. I may do that again this year. Ribs maybe, some kind of a stew, wangs, not sure what to do. What are yours gonna be?
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Old 01-25-2012, 06:29 PM   #2
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First half we do abt's, wings, fatties, pigs in a blanket and chili. Half time will be the ribs, taco stuffed shells, one or two of the salads that everybody posted and some bread. For dessert, I'll probably just have some Blanton's on the rocks!
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Old 01-25-2012, 06:50 PM   #3
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I dont see why anybody get in a feastive mood on the super bowl deal..since the Cowboys aint in it. They have the purtiest cheer leaders in case aint nobody noticed. Guess I will have a can of sardines or some beanie weenies etc. Hey Nick I bet you could be a Cowboy Cheerleader. They would like your top half. Now aint sure on the bottom. Usually the large home growed breastes ladies do not come equipped with a tolerable coola. Hope you have not been thusly afflicted.
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I dont see why anybody get in a feastive mood on the super bowl deal..since the Cowboys aint in it. They have the purtiest cheer leaders in case aint nobody noticed. Guess I will have a can of sardines or some beanie weenies etc. Hey Nick I bet you could be a Cowboy Cheerleader. They would like your top half. Now aint sure on the bottom. Usually the large home growed breastes ladies do not come equipped with a tolerable coola. Hope you have not been thusly afflicted.

Ahhh Jeff, while I do hate the Cowgirls, their cheerleaders are hands down the finest!
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Old 01-26-2012, 06:19 AM   #5
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I use to host a before the Super Bowl party every year...that was back when
I had friends....everyone loves grabbing a rib and standing around...ABT's are
always a big hit. I'd have a crockpot full of soup or chili, a pot of cheese dip
with browned crumbled sausage and chips for dipping, collard and ham egg rolls
are easy to eat while standing around too. Sometimes I'd slice and brown some kielbasa
and brush them with Texas pepper jelly, lay them on a platter with toothpicks...they always
went faster than I thought they would.
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Old 01-26-2012, 05:27 PM   #7
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I had a friend but he passed back in 56.
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I consider my dogs to be my friends.. I cant say for sure they feel the same...
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