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#1 by valerie » Mon Dec 18, 2017 14:03

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#2 by valerie » Mon Dec 18, 2017 14:09

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#3 by tasman1 » Mon Dec 18, 2017 17:00

7 best way to prepare that dog


Thit Cho Luoc - Steamed dog :twisted:
Cha Cho - Grilled dog
Rua Man - Steamed dog in shrimp sauce, rice flour and lemon grass
Doi Cho - Dog sausage with dog blood, peanuts, vegetables and neck bone
Gieng Me Mam Tom - Steamed dog in shrimp sauce, ginger, spices and rice vinegar
Canh Xao Mang Cho - Bamboo shoot and dog bone marrow
Cho Xao Sa Ot - Fried dog in lemon grass and chilli
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#4 by larryonly » Mon Dec 18, 2017 18:49

Oh my goodness , poor Valerie and that dog.
tasman1 not a real 'dog' lover..
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#5 by valerie » Mon Dec 18, 2017 20:50

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#6 by leeuna » Mon Dec 18, 2017 22:11

Oh my gosh, tasman1! Ima throw up now, then I think I'll cry.
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#7 by leeuna » Mon Dec 18, 2017 22:18

Valerie,

There is nothing sweeter OR more destructive than a growing puppy who chews. :D :lol: I hope you have good luck and many great years with your new puppy. He'll outgrow that chewing in a few months. (hopefully) Have you picked a name for him yet?
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#8 by luckypshah » Mon Dec 18, 2017 22:22

You have a cute little nose :puppy:
And happy wagging tail
You lick me when I come home
You bark because there's mail
You sleep in my bed
And think my shoe is a toy
Sweet little puppy
You fill me with joy
Oh, little puppy
So loyal and true
I just want you to know
How much I love you ! ♥ :puppy:
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#9 by LovelyFlowerGal » Mon Dec 18, 2017 22:46

luckypshah wrote: You have a cute little nose :puppy:
And happy wagging tail
You lick me when I come home
You bark because there's mail
You sleep in my bed
And think my shoe is a toy
Sweet little puppy
You fill me with joy
Oh, little puppy
So loyal and true
I just want you to know
How much I love you ! ♥ :puppy:

Awesome, your poem is making me to fall in love with my puppy
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#10 by YRSolutionsPlus » Mon Dec 18, 2017 23:20

tasman1 wrote: 7 best way to prepare that dog


Thit Cho Luoc - Steamed dog :twisted:
Cha Cho - Grilled dog
Rua Man - Steamed dog in shrimp sauce, rice flour and lemon grass
Doi Cho - Dog sausage with dog blood, peanuts, vegetables and neck bone
Gieng Me Mam Tom - Steamed dog in shrimp sauce, ginger, spices and rice vinegar
Canh Xao Mang Cho - Bamboo shoot and dog bone marrow
Cho Xao Sa Ot - Fried dog in lemon grass and chilli

Tasman, I sure hope you are pulling everyone's leg. Otherwise, this is really sick.
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#11 by tasman1 » Tue Dec 19, 2017 00:03

YRSolutionsPlus wrote:
tasman1 wrote: 7 best way to prepare that dog


Thit Cho Luoc - Steamed dog :twisted:
Cha Cho - Grilled dog
Rua Man - Steamed dog in shrimp sauce, rice flour and lemon grass
Doi Cho - Dog sausage with dog blood, peanuts, vegetables and neck bone
Gieng Me Mam Tom - Steamed dog in shrimp sauce, ginger, spices and rice vinegar
Canh Xao Mang Cho - Bamboo shoot and dog bone marrow
Cho Xao Sa Ot - Fried dog in lemon grass and chilli

Tasman, I sure hope you are pulling everyone's leg. Otherwise, this is really sick.



dear , dear , do you know that Australia is full of migrants from Asia and many here are from India

do you know what they tell us when we talk about nice juicy steak,,,,,,,,,,,, they say that we are very sick nation

a yes , do not tell Japanese people that Whale steaks are bad
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#12 by Micshad » Tue Dec 19, 2017 05:17

Animals have a 6th sense about people and know where to go for love and help. We are on our second "set" of kittens, but this time, we can't get near them at all. They run every time. They are jut as pretty as the rist set and momma had enough trust in us this time to have them here, not bring them here after they were a couple months old. We can't afford much like you, but I did order those warming mats for them since winter is coming and next Clixsense check will go for a warming pad for the water bowl. They have made their home under our porch and also in the really gigantic dog carrier on the porch.

The last litter was socialized and I found homes for all but 2. One we kept and was spayd and the other was scheduled for neutering when he ran away, never to be seen again. When I get these bandits "caught' they will also get the pay/neuter treatment. Momma will be first. This time she's very loving and we can pet and she even sneaks in the house when i go to feed the "kids." My avatar is the kitten we kept from last litter that also ran away after she got sick and "lost her mind." She tried to bite us so we put her outside. I thinkk she had distempeter. :(
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