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beetleman
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Post by beetleman »

yea, you take pictures of flowers and you are gonna run into insects. they go together like pasta & sauce, Rice & beans, eggs, biscuits & gravy (needed to throw in something southern for you ken). :wink:
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Post by Cyclops »

Doug,you're just food obsessed mate! ;)
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Ken Ramos
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Doug replied:
needed to throw in something southern for you ken
What could be more southern than crawdads? :-k :lol:

Thanks Doug :D

Mike B in OKlahoma
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Post by Mike B in OKlahoma »

Cyclops wrote:
Ken Ramos wrote:reminds me of "sucking crawdad heads" down in Louisiana
err,what on Earth is a crawdad?:-S
With apologies to Joan, eating crawdads good, eating caterpillars bad! :-)
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Here, here! I agree...someone pass the Tabasco! :lol: Thanks Mike :D

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Post by Cyclops »

Ooh Tabasco sounds too hot for me!
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