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Discussion in 'Pets and Wildlife' started by Roy, Dec 12, 2008.

  1. Jon

    Jon Mmmm... bulbophyllum...

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    I *love* The Buckhorn Exchange. I've had rattlesnake, alligator, rocky mountain oysters, elk, deer, bison, and quail there. All are very tasty.
     
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    Roy Member

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    I didn't things were that bad overseas to want to eat things like this. I have cooked and eaten Kangaroo, Emu, Wallaby, Crocodile, Possum but not lizards. I could arange for food parcels to be sent...........hahahahahahaha
     
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    I had wild boar sausage, from a porky my brother shot, once. That was the best sausage I've ever had. Wonder where I could get some fresh wild boar. I got a really neat meat grinder/sausage maker for Christmas. I know, I'm not supposed to have opened that yet but my mom wanted to get me one and couldn't find one for me so I even ordered myself. I've used it twice already. Does like 3 lbs of meat in about 30 seconds. Its wild.
     
  4. Jon

    Jon Mmmm... bulbophyllum...

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    I had a zebra burger once. I don't remember if it was any good, though; I was 9.
     
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    Zebras are too cute to eat you meany. That resterant looks like something outa Louisiana. I sent my parents tenderized aligator steaks, amoungst other things, for Christmas. My mom sounded kinda disgusted. LOL.
     
  6. Tracey

    Tracey Interloper

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    That explains a couple of things :D
     
  7. Jon

    Jon Mmmm... bulbophyllum...

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    I was in Kenya. It's what the natives were eating.
     
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    I don't know if I could relax in that restaurant with that stuffed mountain lion (?) looming over me
     
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    Karen Species nut

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    Posey! You have to WAIT until 12/25 to open your presents....
    That's the point!
    Even if you DID order it yourself.
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  11. Craig

    Craig megalomaniac

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    OK What the hell are Rocky Mountain Oysters. Over here we have a thing we call Bush Oysters. These things don't come out of a shell though, there only avaliable in flu season and tend to coughed up and spat out.
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    Craig megalomaniac

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    Thanks for that Dale, you've alleviated my fears. For a minute there I was thinking you guys were into eating things that are disgusting.:poke:
     
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    Dale New Member

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    I don't eat that kinda stuff. I'm probably the most un-adventurous diner you've ever encountered. Yuck.
     
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    Craig megalomaniac

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    I think I found the guy that harvests the Rocky Mountain Oysters
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  16. Dale

    Dale New Member

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    Jeezus, Craig. How do you find this stuff?
     
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    Craig megalomaniac

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    I must admit it took a bit of research, getting the photo was the hardest part, if you look real careful like you can see he's trying to hide in a cloud. I was to quick for him though. My next challange big foot:cool:
     
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    I think Tracey has a photo of Big Foot's sister.
     
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    Craig megalomaniac

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    Thanks for the lead;) Let the hunt begin:rolleyes:
     
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    Leave me, and that poor woman in the photo you refer to, out of this