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Author Topic: KFC is selling a chicken-scented fire log to warm your drumsticks this holiday s  (Read 3009 times)


Offline Pigmeat

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They sold out of them last year.

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Now that is finger licking good lol
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I had a friend who was a serious cigar smoker. During the summer he'd dump the butts in his fireplace. Come fall he'd build a fire. You could smell cigars all over that subdivision the first few days. Can you believe people took offense to that lovely smell?

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Just as well he didn't throw his Indian Hemp butts in there otherwise the whole street would have been high as a kite... ;D
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I had a friend who was a serious cigar smoker. During the summer he'd dump the butts in his fireplace. Come fall he'd build a fire. You could smell cigars all over that subdivision the first few days. Can you believe people took offense to that lovely smell?

Shame he wasn't a pipe tobacco fancier.
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"had a friend who was"?

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A-a-a-a-ah, nothing draws the crowds around the holidays like the smell of fresh wild turkey, at least so thought the fox in my yard last night during the ice storm (scroll down, a graphic nature image in case you are squeamish):

https://imgur.com/a/Yo0JI47
« Last Edit: December 18, 2019, 1541 UTC by Ct Yankee »
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Everybody likes turkey around the holidays, even the fox.   8)
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