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    Posted: 15 Jul 2017 at 7:32pm
DeadYea - it WAS YOU in 'Dollar General' and YOU DID buy that 'food', didn't you?
(I do not recall modeling for that pic on the can when I was a 'youf'...Confused)
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A little reflux, some wet stools, and some other things I am very familiar with.


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Ripe bananas! Yeach!
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Just for fun, and morbid curiosity, I recently tossed caution (but not my cookies !) to the wind and bought a can of  Clover Valley Seasoned Beef Crumbles  at my Dollar General.    Really..truly...not that bad !   Good to keep on the pantry shelf  just in case you need ground beef and don't have any fresh.     I want to try more weird food items in the future.  Embarrassed

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I'll have to look for that, Ginny D.

(I was going to call you by your initials, but thought better of it... Wink)

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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

LOL
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A little reflux, some wet stools, and some other things I am very familiar with.


I think that was an engrish.com funny translation for "boneless pork butts".LOL
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Ouch10:48 AM - straight back from Taco Bell with 2 bean burritos for breakfast.
 
If that isn't bad enough, I'm using them to flush out the mini-smoked sausages I ate about 4 AM - yea, the ones in the first post.
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I'm fighting some very unpleasant images that are trying to invade my mind.

No!!! No!!! No!!!
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Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

LOL
I can always count on PaW for a good laugh here on the forum.
A little reflux, some wet stools, and some other things I am very familiar with.


I think that was an engrish.com funny translation for "boneless pork butts".LOL
I hadn't said anything...now I must.
Just what is an inverted de-boned pig a-hole? and would you know one if you saw it?
Do you have to order it directly from the menu or do the establishments give them some fancy name to impress your date, such as 'Mc(almost)Rib'?
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

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I think that was an engrish.com funny translation for "boneless pork butts".LOL
I hadn't said anything...now I must.
This photo is truly damaging - WHO would
Who would what?
We aim to please, PaW. So you aim too, please?
I thought is was in the spirit of the thread, although it might fit in better in...
http://www.commercialsihate.com/the-grossout-thread-2017_topic25040.html
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WinkLOL^^^
Let us not get all defensive and whatnot, now - your photo was a PERFECT contribution and something I never ever thought would show up in front of me...
I was also multi-tasking between old peeps, back-and-forth bean burrito/smoked sausage toilet trots, and also forgot to delete that line.
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Big smileYes I did and yes it was! Discounted scrapple. Only a few days past the expiration date, most of the gelatin had balled up at the base of the product.
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I just HAD to find out what this boneless pork rectums photo was all about.  And let me tell you, after a google search, I will never look at calamari the same again...Dead
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

LOL
I can always count on PaW for a good laugh here on the forum.
A little reflux, some wet stools, and some other things I am very familiar with.


I think that was an engrish.com funny translation for "boneless pork butts".LOL
I hadn't said anything...now I must.
Just what is an inverted de-boned pig a-hole? and would you know one if you saw it?
Do you have to order it directly from the menu or do the establishments give them some fancy name to impress your date, such as 'Mc(almost)Rib'?
 WinkLOL
Isn't the current governor of New Jersey an inverted de-boned pig a-hole?!
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Of COURSE you are NOT the boy on the Prairie can, PaWolf! He looks way older than you, like he could be your Dad. He looks like he is from around 1940 and looks about 6-8, so I would say he was born around 1930-1932. You were born in the 1960's!
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I was born in 1959 and I'm pretty sure PaW is older than I am.
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Thanks aka...and yes. from the human-perspective, I was born somewhere between 1940 and the early 1950's.
But thank you for 'carding' me, Donathan - these days one can find a touch of glee in being asked "if they are old enough".
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I was browsing cheese at the grocery store yesterday morning, and I found some smoked cheddar that had a sell by date of Jan 25, 2017. I decided to pass on the smoked cheddar.
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Originally posted by DKS DKS wrote:

I was browsing cheese at the grocery store yesterday morning, and I found some smoked cheddar that had a sell by date of Jan 25, 2017. I decided to pass on the smoked cheddar.
WinkDid you turn it over to the grocer and ask if they really wanted to sell it? It isn't against the law, but if anyone gets sick and goes to the ER, then lawsuits can fly....unless people willingly purchase 'expired' or 'best used by' dated food (which IS legal to sell and there are actually grocery stores that specialize in selling such foods)
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Originally posted by DKS DKS wrote:

I was browsing cheese at the grocery store yesterday morning, and I found some smoked cheddar that had a sell by date of Jan 25, 2017. I decided to pass on the smoked cheddar.
WinkDid you turn it over to the grocer and ask if they really wanted to sell it? It isn't against the law, but if anyone gets sick and goes to the ER, then lawsuits can fly....unless people willingly purchase 'expired' or 'best used by' dated food (which IS legal to sell and there are actually grocery stores that specialize in selling such foods)


Yeah, I gave it to someone and their reaction was "what the hell? yeah, this should not be on the shelf"
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Originally posted by Jimmy Jimmy wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

LOL
I can always count on PaW for a good laugh here on the forum.
A little reflux, some wet stools, and some other things I am very familiar with.

I think that was an engrish.com funny translation for "boneless pork butts".LOL


Isn't the current governor of New Jersey an inverted de-boned pig a-hole?!


LOLLOL Good one, Jimmy.

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Originally posted by DKS DKS wrote:

I was browsing cheese at the grocery store yesterday morning, and I found some smoked cheddar that had a sell by date of Jan 25, 2017. I decided to pass on the smoked cheddar.


As bad as that is, I accidentally bought food from a store that EXPIRED like a YEAR ago! NASTY! At least in your case it was a sell by date that passed in the same year.
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