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02-09-16 WDT - NSFW - The C-Section Long Weekend

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Nettdata, Sep 2, 2016.

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  1. Revengeofthenerds

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    Well the other black one died during shipping. So apparently black duck lives don't matter.
     
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    And I think that's the name for our next one. I'm serious.

    When they send the replacement one, they have to send another, just shipping-wise they gotta send two at a time. The wife and I are having a bit of fun with these duck names, so I got one more blacky to name, as well as two indian runners (they look like bowling pins) and two Welsh Harlequins. All female.

    TiB, have at it with the names. We need ideas.

    **edit, just got an awesome rep** someone pointed out the correlation between "black" and "shipping." I'll let you remain anonymous for now, but you really should come forward and claim your prize.

    Maybe "Crow"? Like Jim Crow? Or "Atty," short for Atlantic. As in, Atlantic Slave Trade.
     
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    Oh yea, dumpster bear is fucking gross.
     
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    One haunch of raccoon, with chop seasoning and fresh off the grill. 14224940_1116952115060124_8995167455083213564_n.jpg
     
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    I find porcupine is like that. Slow grilling, you get a tasty, duck-like-in-taste carcass, too fast and too hot, you get a burnt pile of hard flesh.
     
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    Man, the NFL opener is a hell of a ride... here's hoping Denver holds on for the last 10 seconds of the game...
     
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    Looks incredible, and we certainly have enough coon around here (yes, including the black duck) for me to fill the freezer quite quick.

    I'm just concerned about roundworm though with raccoon. Depending on who you ask, I've already dodged brain damage once. I'd rather not have something endangering my brain again.
     
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    Like bear, you want it WELL DONE, to the capital. No use otherwise, due to trichinosis and roundworm and such risks. I would worry more about trichinosis than roundworm, though. Maybe you can do an armadillo or opossum some time, of those two I hear that opossum is the worse. Opossums apparently taste better after a month or two of being a "kitchen 'possum", where they get to gorge to obesity on kitchen scraps and thus don't taste exactly as bad as they can smell.
     
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    Bear well done? No way. Bear meat is toughest enough to eat as it is, well done would be like eating vulcanized rubber. Cook it low and slow and you avoid the diseases and overcooking.
     
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    Ok this is awesome. If you don't find this at least a little bit funny you have no soul.

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    Its kind of like she's shaking because the drugs hit too hard and I can see her saying in the end, "FUCK!......"
     
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    I'll bet mom and dad weren't finding it quite as funny three hours later when they were trying to get her to go to sleep.
     
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    That's exactly what I was thinking. I tried cotton candy once with my daughter, it did NOT end well...
     
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    I wonder who thought this was a good idea?

     
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