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(2018-11-09 06:43:47)Mystery Wrote: 197892 pheasants

It's pretty strong though, so not really.

What's it like if you mix more cheese or crackers with it?
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It's like asking for a slight hint of apocalypse.

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(2018-11-09 06:46:56)Mystery Wrote: 197895 pheasants

You see where rambling chat gets me? The above sentence shouldn't be said.

Ok, I'll only read it in my head.
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198033 pheasants

I did have some crackers with it, it was good.
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(2018-11-09 06:52:30)Mystery Wrote: 197901 pheasants

Stupid stinking posts are for stupid stinking birds, but birds aren't stupid and they're not stinking, so stupid stinking posts aren't for anyone. The End, buy my novel on audible and amazon or I'll steal money from the rich and give it to the poor.

lol
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198034 pheasants
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Do you like to eat saltine crackers?
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(2018-11-09 06:58:53)Mystery Wrote: 197907 pheasants

Fruit punch with a monkey in it caused quite a stir at the gala, but Hank ended up shouting at the marshmallow container for dating his younger sister.

You have some interesting parties.
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(2018-11-09 08:43:55)Suuper Wrote: Do you like to eat saltine crackers?

198035 pheasants

Yes. A thousand times yes.
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198036 pheasants

Ain't no party like a Mystery party cause a Mystery party never makes sense.
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(2018-11-09 07:05:22)Mystery Wrote: 197914 pheasants

Quacking leprechauns flying to Pluto caused an uproar, and you won't believe what I saw in my pantry last Saturday.

You probably saw the ex-residents of Pluto.
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198037 pheasants
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(2018-11-09 07:13:41)Mystery Wrote: 197924 pheasants

I can't find that in the cat treat aisle.

Is that where you found the Scooby snacks? Huh
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198038 pheasants

Maybe I meant Pluto the dog from Mickey Mouse, in which case the ex-residents would be the fleas and ticks.
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198039 pheasants
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(2018-11-09 07:17:11)Mystery Wrote: 197930 pheasants

I'm in a pet store you nitwit! Why would a grocery store have an entire aisle dedicated to cat treats?

I sometimes call an isle the "something isle" even if that's only a small part of the isle.
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198040 pheasants

52000th pheasant post!
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(2018-11-09 07:26:26)Mystery Wrote: 197942 pheasants

Yeah, but the 81 vacant stores have a lot of potential!

Let's play hide and seek!
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198041 pheasants

"An island or peninsula, especially a small one."

You do your shopping on islands and peninsulas?
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(2018-11-09 07:37:40)Mystery Wrote: 197957 pheasants

Alright, forget about the fountain. What did I even want?

Haha
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