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Old Apr 10, 2014, 4:32 PM   #11
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Old Apr 11, 2014, 11:54 PM   #12
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I tried a Rocky Mountain Oyster at a festival where the main draw was the Rocky Mountain Oysters themselves. All the tough looking cowboys and their cowgirl wives were downing these things like they were Filet Mignon. I figured all these good people can't be wrong and took a bite. For about 2 seconds it actually tasted pretty good. Then I remembered what I was eating and my gag reflex fired that tender little morsel like a projectile from a Mossberg 30-06. Fortunately, the big cowboy whose shirt I soiled had seen the likes of my city-slicker ilk before and was rather good natured about it.

There is another little town nearby that has an annual corn festival. Now THAT is a great and tasty hoedown.
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I tried a Rocky Mountain Oyster at a festival where the main draw was the Rocky Mountain Oysters themselves. All the tough looking cowboys and their cowgirl wives were downing these things like they were Filet Mignon. I figured all these good people can't be wrong and took a bite. For about 2 seconds it actually tasted pretty good. Then I remembered what I was eating and my gag reflex fired that tender little morsel like a projectile from a Mossberg 30-06. Fortunately, the big cowboy whose shirt I soiled had seen the likes of my city-slicker ilk before and was rather good natured about it.

There is another little town nearby that has an annual corn festival. Now THAT is a great and tasty hoedown.
That is exactly what I'd probably do. I just never had to nerve to down one of those slug appearing animals.
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