Next Time, Ask for Boneless M&Ms

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    Mmmmmmm.
    chocolate covered rat vertebra................My favorite.
     
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    I loved this part:


    So the woman can be happy she did not eat a ground up rat but ate owl vomit? Gahhh
     
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    I still prefer owl vomit over rat feces any day.
     
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    Well, let's see how much money is demanded for this one...

    Incidently, who bites "into" an M&M? You put the damn thing in your mouth, and chew, which means that teeny little bone would NOT have come out intact. Hell, it would have broken in half even if she *had* daintily bitten her M&M in half.

    I think it's a load of shit.
     
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    I'm having trouble getting that page to load, (finally there it goes) but I must admit that I wonder if this isn't something like the woman who found the tip of a finger in her Wendy's chili in California. I seem to recall that the finger tip came from a realitive who had recently passed away.

    Sorry, but, I am a bit skeptical of these kinds of things.

    Everyone wants to win big in the lottery, but it is much easier to win big by suing deep pockets.

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    The article said it was an inch long to. That's a mighty big M&M.
     
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    Silly me-- I forgot that mountain men go hunting for owl pellets rather than Easter eggs. :eusa_whistle:
     
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    Mountain men are smart enough to know that bunnies don't lay eggs.
     
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    I was thinking the same thing and if you look at the picture of the bone in the article on FoxNews.com, the bone is as big as the M&M's themselves even bigger than the one on the right.

    By the way, what significance did the fact that she bit into a blue M&M have? Heck, when I eat M&M's I pop a few at a time in my mouth and start chewing. I don't care what color they are... except for the greens which I am told have certain qualities. :razz:

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