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Thread: BOILED PEANUTS

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    What a awlful thing to do to a peanut. Must be a southern thing.

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    why

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    [homer]MMMMMMMM, Boiled Peanuts[/homer]


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    A friend of mine brought me some of those "Goobers' back from his trip to Florida. Yuckkkk!!

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    You can get boiled peanuts where you are at here in Georgia. What your friend brought you back must have been bad. Now you have been eating grits since you move down here, haven't you?

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    LOL....exported boiler peanuts to the North is like a exported roasted marshmallow or fried egg.


    Yankee's what a mess!

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    Smile

    Yes tuesday, I have eaten grits and pickled pigs feet. Born, raised and bred the girls from South Texas. We work and have fun here! But don't tell my wife. She's the best!

    [Edited by oroy54 on 01-06-2005 at 03:20 PM]

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    That is like the rebel guy who stuck his in finger in the sap bucket and exclaimed, "this stuff ain't sweet." LOL

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    Originally posted by benncool
    That is like the rebel guy who stuck his in finger in the sap bucket and exclaimed, "this stuff ain't sweet." LOL
    Down here it is a pine sap bucket and it ain't

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    That's like the rebel guy who stuck his finger in a sap bucket and exclaimed, "this stuff ain't sweet".

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    Ya'll hush yer mouth! If you ain't eatin chitlins, you ain't eatin ****. (Really)


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    Couple of billion miles between the two.

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    As a kid on our way to Fla. we stopped in GA and bought some of those boiled peanuts from a roadside stand. Those were disgusting. Peanuts were made to be swallered in salt.

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