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Draft For 2008/2009 Eol University Species Pages Initiative By Jordan Zachritz (Private)
|I’d Call It That||3.0||14.54||3||(Noah,nathan)|
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I enjoyed them too! Interesting texture and taste.
and thanks again, kids, for bringing a WHOLE BOX of these to the April BAMS meeting! So thoughtful, so disgusting…and so unbelieveable that somebody actually took a few of the eggs, cuddled next to their full-blown smelly friends, home to eat! Barf me baby, and bon apetit…:(
Man Damon, I blow off a few mycophagy sessions at COMA and you get all butthurt… I’ll come this year, if you cook something without mushrooms. Or stinkhorns, not to eat them but to watch other people eat them.
Dont know whats going on here?.. My quip was for Noah who refuses to eat my preparations..
it gets a little dry in here sometimes. shame on me for trying to shake things up in a room full of stiffs. but hey, damon thought it was funny.
i believe the term you’re looking for is “bah humbug,” cc.
The link was fine yesterday. Alan deleted the observation, and thankfully that comment went with it. It was your comment “hit her with a shovel”…
and here i was trying to get a rise out of derbyshire.
i, however, like to poop on mine first. brings out the flavor.
Than anything in Moodus CT ,right?!
DO NOT EAT THEM, it’s not worth stinkhorn burps over an hour later…
They actually tasted good. Other people can back me up on this.
They were good.
but did you EAT it??! ;)
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