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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Poppa View Post
    Right on Kristen....."tatonka...I just ran out of bacon..can I borrow 25 lbs?"
    Sure thing, but you better hurry before Marty's boys show up and rob us blind!

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    hahahahaha

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    YUM, Tanya, YUM!
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    nice Tanya!!!

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    Crap, can I say crap on here? I thought you were going to tell me how I could lose 50 lbs. off my belly in 10 days.

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    Tatonka3A2,

    Do you mean soak in water by this? "decided to soak for 30-45 mins."

    rigma

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    Quote Originally Posted by rigma View Post
    Tatonka3A2,

    Do you mean soak in water by this? "decided to soak for 30-45 mins."

    rigma

    rigma,

    Yes, we soaked them in cold water in the sink to pull out some of the excess salt.

    Tanya

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