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FAT DAVE    2,032
2 hours ago, Zambroski said:

Mmmmmm....time to go to work!

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Jerk. :news:

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ckf    3,894
1 minute ago, FAT DAVE said:

Jerk. :news:

I'll share some pics of mine tomorrow. They won't be as impressive as Z's because I've only got 4lbs of chicken.

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ArcticCrusher    863
9 minutes ago, FAT DAVE said:

Jerk. :news:

Tell us how you really feel?:lol:

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Woodtick    1,304

So I see Zams post earlier and said to myself " butcher shop for 5lb of wings". Thanks Zam for the idea, it's been a long few weeks since I've had a few wings. Good thing I'm home alone, they only had 4lbs left. Wouldn't it suck to be on a no wing diet?:popcornchair::lol::bc::stoned:

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FAT DAVE    2,032
10 minutes ago, ckf said:

I'll share some pics of mine tomorrow. They won't be as impressive as Z's because I've only got 4lbs of chicken.

 

4 minutes ago, ArcticCrusher said:

Tell us how you really feel?:lol:

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FAT DAVE    2,032
Just now, Woodtick said:

So I see Zams post earlier and said to myself " butcher shop for 5lb of wings". Thanks Zam for the idea, it's been a long few weeks since I've had a few wings. Good thing I'm home alone, they only had 4lbs left. Wouldn't it suck to be on a no wing diet?:popcornchair::lol::bc::stoned:

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You guys are gonna get fat!!!

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Woodtick    1,304
14 minutes ago, FAT DAVE said:

Jerk. :news:

Not to self : pick up a good jerk marinade .Been a few months since I've done those. There is a food truck in Chicago called Just Jerk, fuck me is it good.

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Zambroski    3,065
17 minutes ago, FAT DAVE said:

Jerk. :news:

:lol:

13 minutes ago, ckf said:

I'll share some pics of mine tomorrow. They won't be as impressive as Z's because I've only got 4lbs of chicken.

Ha!  My wife convinced me to only cook about half what I took out.  I hate it when she's right.  Good thing it's not often. :lmao:

2 minutes ago, Woodtick said:

So I see Zams post earlier and said to myself " butcher shop for 5lb of wings". Thanks Zam for the idea, it's been a long few weeks since I've had a few wings. Good thing I'm home alone, they only had 4lbs left. Wouldn't it suck to be on a no wing diet?:popcornchair::lol::bc::stoned:

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Ma nigga! :bc:

1 minute ago, FAT DAVE said:

You guys are gonna get fat!!!

That happened last winter.  On the downswing now.  I think my wings are all part of the low carb Atkins diet too.  So....BULLY for me!

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ckf    3,894

I ended up cutting up some leftover country style ribs and added them to a can of baked beans.

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Woodtick    1,304

Wife came home and only got 10 down. She better make sweet love to me tonight,for fucking up my all you can eat Sat night wing fest. She ate all the ones I was going to get fat on.

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Woodtick    1,304
31 minutes ago, ckf said:

I ended up cutting up some leftover country style ribs and added them to a can of baked beans.

Check your paypal account .

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ckf    3,894
6 minutes ago, Woodtick said:

Check your paypal account .

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Woodtick    1,304
4 minutes ago, ckf said:

????

It was a joke.

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ckf    3,894
2 hours ago, Woodtick said:

It was a joke.

For some reason I'm craving a taco. I think it's your fault for always posting taco pics :stop:

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Zambroski    3,065

I officially don't like wings anymore.  Good grief!

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Woodtick    1,304
6 minutes ago, ckf said:

For some reason I'm craving a taco. I think it's your fault for always posting taco pics :stop:

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Woodtick    1,304
2 minutes ago, Zambroski said:

I officially don't like wings anymore.  Good grief!

:fullofshit: did you poison yourself son?:bounce:

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ckf    3,894
11 minutes ago, Zambroski said:

I officially don't like wings anymore.  Good grief!

I'm looking forward to mine tomorrow.

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Zambroski    3,065
8 minutes ago, Woodtick said:

:fullofshit: did you poison yourself son?:bounce:

I just overdosed.  I really worked those poor things over good!

1 minute ago, ckf said:

I'm looking forward to mine tomorrow.

Yeah, my "fix" today is good for a while.  

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Momorider    1,465
2 minutes ago, Zambroski said:

I just overdosed.  I really worked those poor things over good!

Yeah, my "fix" today is good for a while.  

Shouldn't have made them all the same flavour :dunno: 

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Zambroski    3,065
2 minutes ago, Momorider said:

Shouldn't have made them all the same flavour :dunno: 

I didn't.  Some were hot.  Some were fucking hot! :lol:Had ranch and blue cheese to dip though...so there is that.

 

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Woodtick    1,304
1 minute ago, Momorider said:

Shouldn't have made them all the same flavour :dunno: 

Like a dork focusing on one set of tits at a strip club?:smack:

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ckf    3,894
16 minutes ago, Zambroski said:

I didn't.  Some were hot.  Some were fucking hot! :lol:Had ranch and blue cheese to dip though...so there is that.

 

Blue Cheese for me.

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Zambroski    3,065
Just now, ckf said:

Blue Cheese for me.

Ahhh....me too usually.  But wrap this around your wings: Get sour cream and a packet or two of ranch.  A whole new level!

 

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