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Chicken

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they are picking them by the thousands, in my area,,, the semi's are loading and distributing them,

LOOK FOR THEM IN YOUR GROCERY STORE VERY SOON,:cool:
 

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Ill buy one Just to mess with the raccoons. the ol lady likes them but for me they clash with beer.
 

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get one and cut a hole in it, and fill it with vodka...

it will clash perfectlly,
 

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Years ago the family was loading up for a picnic. We had a couple of the old fashioned metal Coke coolers. The kind with latches. As it was going to be a long ride on a hot day I put the ice cream, meat and a water melon along with dry ice in one of the coolers. The picnic was a success. The meat got grilled, The kids enjoyed the ice cream and all was well. To be truthful I did notice the cooler "hissed" a bit now and then but we were having a great family time and I paid it no mind. Then it was the end of the day and time for watermelon. The cooler really popped when I undid the latch but OH Well, the melon was cold. When we cut into it it fizzed. Honest to God fizzed. I have no idea why it didn't blow up but it didn't.

Bottom line -- You ain't lived till you've eaten fresh, carbonated watermelon.
 

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Every time I eat in the waycross shoneys I get the pineapple, and every time it fizzes like its fermented.
Years ago the family was loading up for a picnic. We had a couple of the old fashioned metal Coke coolers. The kind with latches. As it was going to be a long ride on a hot day I put the ice cream, meat and a water melon along with dry ice in one of the coolers. The picnic was a success. The meat got grilled, The kids enjoyed the ice cream and all was well. To be truthful I did notice the cooler "hissed" a bit now and then but we were having a great family time and I paid it no mind. Then it was the end of the day and time for watermelon. The cooler really popped when I undid the latch but OH Well, the melon was cold. When we cut into it it fizzed. Honest to God fizzed. I have no idea why it didn't blow up but it didn't.

Bottom line -- You ain't lived till you've eaten fresh, carbonated watermelon.
 

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Farmers started to harvest watermelons a month ago here in southern regions, actually there's already no watermelon production in northern regions. I think watermelon is available all year. I saw watermelons in markets all along the winter, they were imported from Southern American countries. I bought my first watermelon on April which was said to be imported from Iran.
 
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