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The Angry Squirrel Café
DaQueenBeez Offline
#51 Posted:
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Delta - if they stop taking days off, it'll be a great one! I have another pretty amazing bunch of kids...a couple of nucking futbag parents, but I'd have to hand off the kiddo to another teacher to be rid of them, so...I guess I'll settle for blocking their number and drinking after school on their "trigger" days lol.

Green tea, please. Almost bedtime.
Ram27 Offline
#52 Posted:
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RollEyes


RollEyes
gummy jones Offline
#53 Posted:
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neon sign is on so i thought id stop in
DrafterX Offline
#54 Posted:
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Give me somethin to believe in... Whistle
NapalmMan67 Offline
#55 Posted:
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tamapatom wrote:
I got attracted to this site for the angry squirrel discussion, but everyone is aten and dranken.........soooo... any squirrel recipes?



Dice a potato and small onion. Rinse fresh green beans from garden. Clean squirrel as required.

Fry some bacon in an iron skillet, remove to drain- fry squirrel parts, potato, onion and green beans until tender. Plate with a slice or two of bread to soak up the juice/fat and enjoy.

Drink of choice to wash it down.
jnichols Offline
#56 Posted:
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What Da! Woot Woot
DrafterX Offline
#57 Posted:
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Laugh
delta1 Offline
#58 Posted:
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DrafterX wrote:
Give me somethin to believe in... Whistle


PM your addy and I'll send you a dollar!
itsawaldo Offline
#59 Posted:
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Looking for work sucks!

And a lot of work too!

I'll have about 4 fingers of Jack Daniels with 3-4 ice cubes please.

Pass the nuts too.
delta1 Offline
#60 Posted:
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I thought you found something last summer...if not, good luck. Jack Daniels on me!
mikey1597 Offline
#61 Posted:
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DrafterX wrote:
Give me somethin to believe in... Whistle



And give me something to believe in
If there's a Lord above
And give me something to believe in


that was a flashback,,, thanks Drafter!
Ram27 Offline
#62 Posted:
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Beer
itsawaldo Offline
#63 Posted:
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delta1 wrote:
I thought you found something last summer...if not, good luck. Jack Daniels on me!


Yes one of my friends/past client offered me in inside sales position but business was not good over holdsy.
He was paying more than he should have and he was forced to let people go, I was last in and expensive so.....
Looking again.
itsawaldo Offline
#64 Posted:
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Coffee please and may I have an order of cinnamon toast too?
gummy jones Offline
#65 Posted:
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sausage and eggs, sausage and eggs
tamapatom Offline
#66 Posted:
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Ill take another coffee with my squirrel steak.
gummy jones Offline
#67 Posted:
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fresh outta squirrel steak but we got some rocky mountain treetop oyster stew left
delta1 Offline
#68 Posted:
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Thanks, tasty...what're those little nut shaped things in there?
NapalmMan67 Offline
#69 Posted:
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Rocky Mountain treetop oysters? Those come from flying pigs?





Squirrel hash, toast and apple pie.
DrafterX Offline
#70 Posted:
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NapalmMan67 wrote:

Squirrel hash,



do you smoke that..?? Huh
itsawaldo Offline
#71 Posted:
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Tastes like chicken.

Which I had tonight.

Slow cooker w/cranberries onion soup mix, other crap over rice.

We all kinda liked it.
DaQueenBeez Offline
#72 Posted:
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Just finished watching a Netflix with my princess.
1) apparently, someone made an (ill advised) angry birds MOVIE. I'm not sure anyone really knows why.
2) for a movie that is (supposedly) aimed at the kiddie market, it's pretty risqué for younger ones. Thinking specifically of the "large beer-bellied eagle scratching himself, then walking to the edge of a ledge overlooking a lake that the "hero" birds have been swimming in and drinking from, and peeing into said lake for approximately twenty minutes (okay more like 3-5), and the "pig with two toilet plungers on his chest shaking them like a really cold, homely stripper" scenes, among others.
3) I actually sat through the damn thing, and isn't that just sad.

What kind of desserts does this place have? Had half of a 3/4 ton Costco chicken Caesar salad for dinner, so I'm feeling like I deserve dessert. Something that goes with ice cream. Also, what kind of ice cream do you have?
delta1 Offline
#73 Posted:
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I watched that silly movie too...got some strawberry and some mango mochi ice cream bon bons and a few drumsticks with caramel and Crunch dip.
DaQueenBeez Offline
#74 Posted:
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Ooh, hook me up with one of the caramel drumsticks, please! I get a big variety box of those things sometimes; chocolate is gone immediately, followed by caramel. We're not going to tell anyone that I usually hide a caramel one and a chocolate in the frozen veggie drawer so I can go after them when there's nothing but plain vanilla drumsticks left inthe box.
jackconrad Offline
#75 Posted:
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Gonz Gonz Gonz
Nicar Offline
#76 Posted:
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Snickers ice cream bars are the bomb
DaQueenBeez Offline
#77 Posted:
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Straight-up frozen snickers are even bomb-ier!
Nothing is as good as a frozen Twix though.
Nicar Offline
#78 Posted:
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If you say... i won't argue with teacher....
Ram27 Offline
#79 Posted:
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Sipping tea Spanking Spanking
RMAN4443 Offline
#80 Posted:
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Nicar wrote:
Snickers ice cream bars are the bomb



Frozen Charleston Chew smashed into bits and pieces........like being 12years old againApplause Applause
NapalmMan67 Offline
#81 Posted:
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My wife freezes all her candy bars, I don't understand it myself. Freezing them seems to take a lot of the flavor out of them, kind of like "ice cold" beer.

Not that I worry to much about it anyway, I don't ever eat but maybe 5 candy bars a year.
frankj1 Offline
#82 Posted:
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RMAN4443 wrote:
Frozen Charleston Chew smashed into bits and pieces........like being 12years old againApplause Applause

Thank you for that great memory!
How about frozen Bonomo Turkish Taffy?
RMAN4443 Offline
#83 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
Thank you for that great memory!
How about frozen Bonomo Turkish Taffy?

I was never into the Taffy, but I loved the Mary Janes and the Squirrel Nut Zippers.
opelmanta1900 Offline
#84 Posted:
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RMAN4443 wrote:
Frozen Charleston Chew smashed into bits and pieces........like being 12years old againApplause Applause

you know they make boxes of mini charleston chews now... pretty amazing... higher chocolate to whatever's on the inside of the chocolate ratio...
delta1 Offline
#85 Posted:
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I'm with Napalm...don't like freezing candy bars. My SIL loves frozen Reeses Peanutbutter cups with vanilla ice cream. I couldn't taste the chocolate or the peanut butter, He said you're supposed to put it in your mouth and hold it til it melts...I thought that was silly. Just take a bite of the candy, chew, swallow, then a spoon of ice cream...mo bedda...
Nicar Offline
#86 Posted:
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delta1 wrote:
I'm with Napalm...don't like freezing candy bars. My SIL loves frozen Reeses Peanutbutter cups with vanilla ice cream. I couldn't taste the chocolate or the peanut butter, He said you're supposed to put it in your mouth and hold it til it melts...I thought that was silly. Just take a bite of the candy, chew, swallow, then a spoon of ice cream...mo bedda...


Your SIL is a dude?
delta1 Offline
#87 Posted:
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hah...daughter thinks so...and they do have a little baby girl...hmmmmmm...
itsawaldo Offline
#88 Posted:
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Ice cream is the ultimate comfort food.
Not only will it make a better day better but a bowl of your favorite on your worst day just can't be beat.
I find it'll cheer you up, relieve stress-anger, negates sorrow.
It's hard to not feel better when spooning (your favorite written here) ice cream.
Should be recommended by doctors, psychologists and dietitians.
RMAN4443 Offline
#89 Posted:
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itsawaldo wrote:
Ice cream is the ultimate comfort food.
Not only will it make a better day better but a bowl of your favorite on your worst day just can't be beat.
I find it'll cheer you up, relieve stress-anger, negates sorrow.
It's hard to not feel better when spooning (your favorite written here) ice cream.
Should be recommended by doctors, psychologists and dietitians.


Even better is to ride your motorcycle to The Ice Cream Shop(Ben and Jerrys)
^^^^^^^^
(my favorite written here)
delta1 Offline
#90 Posted:
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itsawaldo Offline
#91 Posted:
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What's for dinner?

Any specials on the menu tonight?
NapalmMan67 Offline
#92 Posted:
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Squirrel pot pie, grilled asparagus and Wiehenstephaner dunkel.

delta1 Offline
#93 Posted:
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Squirrel??? Again????? I'm going to tha Chinese restaurant down the street for some sweet and sour puzzy...they're having it special again.

Any body seen the Maine Coon?
DaQueenBeez Offline
#94 Posted:
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Coffee-Heath bar ice cream and a couple of Tums, please. Not the Ben & Jerry's ice cream; they started losing me when they got so political, and finished losing me when they replaced the Heath Bars with some nasty tasting off-brand crap toffee bar.
You guys need to plow your parking lot. Had to put on the snowmobile boots to get through the drifts!
Ram27 Offline
#95 Posted:
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Sipping tea
delta1 Offline
#96 Posted:
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Howdy Ram! Coffee please...
NapalmMan67 Offline
#97 Posted:
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Slow day at the office.


Cheeseburger and Warm Apple Jack please.
itsawaldo Offline
#98 Posted:
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Earl Grey and honey this afternoon with a woman friend.
Scones were not involved.
delta1 Offline
#99 Posted:
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Ribeye and salmon filet, with roasted onions and potatoes, candied carrots...yummm
DrafterX Offline
#100 Posted:
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Mellow
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