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I've never had that kind of fight with my food. That thing would be fried before nightfall, if it was mine.
We had one we named Kahn. Started as a school easter egg chicken, eventually he would come after you with spurs every time you drove in the driveway. You needed a tennis racket in the car so you could whack him in the head in order to get into the house. I cut his head off with an axe eventually and we had Kahn pot pie.
 

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We had one we named Kahn. Started as a school easter egg chicken, eventually he would come after you with spurs every time you drove in the driveway. You needed a tennis racket in the car so you could whack him in the head in order to get into the house. I cut his head off with an axe eventually and we had Kahn pot pie.
I had a Marsh/Butcher fighting rooster for several years. He was mean. He took good care of my hens though. I watched him whip a large very furry black chicken killing dog. It was chasing chickens when he showed up, 2" spurs out. The dog left bloody and I never saw it again. I carried an airsoft M16 whenever I when in the back where the chickens lived. He learned to stay just out of range. Finally 3 Boxers got him, but it took all three.
 

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I put butter in my coffee, sometimes and it’s damn good. Especially with a shot of heavy cream and Ghirardelli cocoa. It’s called a bulletproof coffee and you use it to tide you over till lunch. The fat keeps you full, so you don’t need oatmeal or bagels or some garbage breakfast cereal. I’m diabetic, so it doesn’t put a sugar load in my system and drive my blood sugar readings through the roof. Use some real, honest to goodness butter from grass fed cows.

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I put butter in my coffee, sometimes and it’s damn good. Especially with a shot of heavy cream and Ghirardelli cocoa. It’s called a bulletproof coffee and you use it to tide you over till lunch. The fat keeps you full, so you don’t need oatmeal or bagels or some garbage breakfast cereal. I’m diabetic, so it doesn’t put a sugar load in my system and drive my blood sugar readings through the roof. Use some real, honest to goodness butter from grass fed cows
Unsalted butter right?
 

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Unsalted butter right?
Oh no. Give me the salted butter. I like salt. It’s one of the main electrolytes, along with magnesium and potassium. Plus, it makes everything taste better. I use Himalayan Pink Salt usually, but I think they put sea salt in the KG butter. I’ll have to check, to be sure, though. Well, the package doesn’t specify, so the Irish might be behind the times.
 

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Brothel Candles, popular in Europe between 1880 and 1905 - old box of match candles, this type was used in brothels as a timer, once the wax is consumed, the loving session ends ...


I might make a half a candle if I’m lucky


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You could bring Gweneth Paltrows candle to set the mood....yech!
 

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A husband and wife were driving through Louisiana. As they approached Natchitoches, they started arguing about the pronunciation of the town. They argued back and forth, then they stopped for lunch. At the counter, the husband asked the waitress, Before we order, could you please settle an argument for us? Would you please pronounce where we are very slowly?

She leaned over the counter and said,
Burrr,
Grrrr,
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