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Snacks

Snacks

by Steve on January 1, 2007

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Thanks for that bag of mesquite flavored snacks you left under that black drum that the treats come out of. However, they were quite hard and not as flavorful as I thought they would be. Need to work on that, okay?

Ed: I don’t know what he’s complaining about, he has no taste. He’d eat the tires off my truck if I left him alone with it long enough. In my own defense, the grill and everything under it was protected by a cover before he shredded it and exposed his new snack bag.

UPDATE: closed-cell foam gets rejected but charcoal is processed and deposited in much the same form/consistency as when it disappeared down the intake. Looked like charcoal only softer to the touch. I picked up the shovel and continued the clean-up.

{ 2 comments }

Steeljaw Scribe January 7, 2007 at 13:18

Well, charcoal is an ancient remedy for stomach upsets…
-SJS

Deborah Aylward April 28, 2007 at 18:59

I never knew that Labs were so effusive.

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