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My doG! Where will it end?



 
 
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Old July 23rd 03, 07:39 PM
Chris Williams
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The county fair is on nearby, and every day a volunteer picks up a
couple of shelter dogs, puts on their ID vests, and passes through (when
it's cool enough).
You wouldn't believe what the food booths are selling. Deep-fried
Snickers and Oreos, dusted with powdered sugar. The top seller?
Deep-fried Twinkies, dipped in chocolate, sprinkled with nuts
and swirled in whipped cream.
The volunteers are kept busy fending off fair-goers who waddle over to
share their treats with the dogs.




















Just because humans are slow and can't smell or hear
very well doesn't mean they don't possess a primitive
type of intelligence.


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Old July 23rd 03, 09:27 PM
Suja
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Chris Williams wrote:

You wouldn't believe what the food booths are selling. Deep-fried
Snickers and Oreos, dusted with powdered sugar. The top seller?
Deep-fried Twinkies, dipped in chocolate, sprinkled with nuts
and swirled in whipped cream.


I can't believe anyone would eat that willingly. Heard on the radio
today that eating a Ben & Jerry's chocolate dipped waffle cone (no ice
cream) is as bad as eating half a rack of baby back ribs.

Suja



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Old July 23rd 03, 09:33 PM
Suja
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Marcel Beaudoin wrote:

Oh sweet Jesus. If you presented me with options like that, I would *have*
to try some, if only to see what it tasted like.


A big serving of poutine followed by deep fried Twinkies for dessert.
You've just saved yourself the trouble of having to eat anything for the
rest of the week. If your heart makes it that far.

Suja


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Old July 23rd 03, 10:10 PM
Chris Williams
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Oh sweet Jesus. If you presented me
with options like that, I would *have* to
try some, if only to see what it tasted like.

Sweet Jesus, indeed, Marcel.
The "What would Jesus drive?" campaign appears to have failed. Think
there's any hope for "What would Jesus eat?"




















Just because humans are slow and can't smell or hear
very well doesn't mean they don't possess a primitive
type of intelligence.


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Old July 24th 03, 01:46 AM
Supergoof
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"Suja" wrote ...
Chris Williams wrote:

You wouldn't believe what the food booths are selling. Deep-fried
Snickers and Oreos, dusted with powdered sugar. The top seller?
Deep-fried Twinkies, dipped in chocolate, sprinkled with nuts
and swirled in whipped cream.


I can't believe anyone would eat that willingly. Heard on the radio
today that eating a Ben & Jerry's chocolate dipped waffle cone (no ice
cream) is as bad as eating half a rack of baby back ribs.


Could be much, much worse if your body doesn't deal with sugar very well.

)

Rachel
(New Zealand)


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Old July 24th 03, 01:47 AM
Supergoof
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"Chris Williams" wrote ...
You wouldn't believe what the food booths are selling. Deep-fried
Snickers and Oreos, dusted with powdered sugar. The top seller?
Deep-fried Twinkies, dipped in chocolate, sprinkled with nuts
and swirled in whipped cream.
The volunteers are kept busy fending off fair-goers who waddle over to
share their treats with the dogs.



It's really no great surprise that dogs are now getting 'human' diseases
like diabetes, when you think that they often get fed the same
over-processed, sugar-loaded crap that we eat.

Rachel
(New Zealand)


 




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