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Old 01-04-2018, 05:54 PM   #61
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Hopefully she wasn’t also blowing snot out of both of them at the same time.
I was keeping track of which ones she used i know that much. Nothing like a big mouthful of snot rocket.
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Old 01-04-2018, 07:31 PM   #62
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again with the mule knuckles. Then are expensive. I eats pigs foots.
You're thinking of Beaver Paste. A little of that under the nostrils will open up the air passages.
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You're thinking of Beaver Paste. A little of that under the nostrils will open up the air passages.
Huh, we use possum grease for that.
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You're thinking of Beaver Paste. A little of that under the nostrils will open up the air passages.
You mean as in Beaver brand horseradish? Or are you talking actual beaver paste? And remember, this is a family friendly site.
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You mean as in Beaver brand horseradish? Or are you talking actual beaver paste? And remember, this is a family friendly site.
Yea, that's it...This is getting sticky.
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You mean as in Beaver brand horseradish? Or are you talking actual beaver paste? And remember, this is a family friendly site.
i usually.......never mind.
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and since we are going of track again-
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i usually.......never mind.
Thanks for your “self monitoring”.
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Thanks for your “self monitoring”.
I try, i really do.
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