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Old 01-14-2004, 12:38 PM   #21
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hmm well to quote somebody here -
" i love the fishes because they're deliciuos" LOL

i wouldnt eat anything from my tank though

but I do fish for um!! LMAO!

anyone else take a typicle pencil bobber / fishing luine and small weight and
hang cut zuchinni or something else from it?
(of course TIE it!! not a hook LOL)

much more amusing than a veggie clip trust me ,and about the same price.

guess im just easily amused?

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Old 01-14-2004, 03:13 PM   #22
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I can't stop thinking about the scene from A Fish Called Wanda where Ken (Michael Palin) is tied up with french fries stuck up his nose while Otto (Kevin Kline) is chowing down on Ken's tropical fish.

Best lines: "Don't eat the green ones...they're not ripe." and "Wake up limey fish!!!"

BTW, I love salmon, crab, shrimp, and tilapia!!

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I love fried catfish. Was raised on it. A friend of mine was going to buy me a catfish for my tank until she found out it would soon outgrow my tank. She asked what I would do with it after it got to big and my respose was EAT IT_FR. She soon changed her mind about buying it.
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i love freash tuna steak with lemon mmmmm
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I have a largemouth bass and a mudcat in one of my fish tanks When they get to big they will go back to the fishing hole. So I can catch them and eat em
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Ummm.....hmm..well i just ate my large pleco last night and it wasnt bad at all..


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