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Thread: Dear Phred...

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    *STINK*?? uh-ooooh...

    Originally posted by Logan
    Happy dining, Boots.
    I'll bet you will love your clam juice...
    if your dad can stomach the smell!!!
    Uhh-Oohhhh...
    Houston; We think there's gonna be a problem here...

    Klamz STINK??
    Hope Dad duzint reed that!

    We might be back wiff eetin a lotta Mack 'n Cheeze 'n Tuna - he can handel da Tuna odor. Do they put Skratch an Sniff labelz on the Klam Juice jugz?

    Kat prolly won't like havin ta skratch onna frunt door to be let out onna porch ta get a drinka Klam Waddur.
    /s/ Cinder, Smokey & Heidi

    R.I.P. ~ Boots, Bowser, Sherman, & Snoopy

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    Ha Ha!!! I'm assuming that if it is used to add "fish flavor" to your cooking, it will probably be pretty fishy smelling too!! Who in the world would want to make something smell fishy????

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    Originally posted by Logan
    Ha Ha!!! I'm assuming that if it is used to add "fish flavor" to your cooking, it will probably be pretty fishy smelling too!! Who in the world would want to make something smell fishy????
    LOL!!! People who are trying to get certain cats to drink water?

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    This is turning out to be a very "fishy" thread and it should be locked! We are offended by your comments!

    Signed

    Charlie Tuna
    Sally Salmon
    Ollie Oyster
    Casper Catfish
    Lily Lobster
    Tucker Trout
    and last but not least...........

    Clayton Clam

  5. You mean we should............CLAM UP???????


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    SPEAKING OF CLAMS....
    How do they know clams are happy? as in 'Happy as a clam?' I've never seen one I could tell if it was happy or not.


    By the way:
    I have 4 cats who would like to eat er meet all of you fishie critters who are offended by this thread. They offer an open invatation to dine with them at the meal of your choice.

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    Originally posted by momoffuzzyfaces
    SPEAKING OF CLAMS....
    How do they know clams are happy? as in 'Happy as a clam?' I've never seen one I could tell if it was happy or not.


    Well, now you have done it! You made me look that up on Google......and here is what it says............

    The original quotation is from Colonial times and it read.........

    "Happy as a clam at high tide." Eventually the "high tide" part was dropped. Guess they were happy because they couldn't be caught at high tide.

    And however kind your invitation might be.......Clayton Clam will not be coming over for dinner! But Charlie Tuna just doesn't get it and he will probably show up!

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    Thanks for the clam info. I always wondered about that....

    Charlie Tuna is welcome anytime. He and his family are big favorites here.

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    LOL!!! You guys crack me up!!!!

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    Hey Cinder and Smoke,

    Dad may have turned a funny green when looking at Randi's picture because the black things in the bowl are actually mussels and the things on the table are oysters (and they look raw).

    The mussels are yummy, but it was probably a good thing he turned green with the oysters

    But all you fishy friends are more than welcome to come for supper with me and Mom

    Emily


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    WELL GOOD COD!!
    Whuteva happened to plain' ol' chikin broth? all this fish talk is makin' me a lil' ill!

    Aw what the heck Phred, give the poor cat some clam juice.... do it just for the halibut!

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    I am "floundering" here for something to say. Edwina was right, I should just "clam up."

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    Who are all these people musseling in on our thread?
    Itís a bit shellfish of them.
    Hope to sea you all later!

    john
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    "I don't know which weapons will be used in the third World war, but in the fourth, it will be sticks and stones" --- Albert Einstein.


  14. Not to skate on thin ice, but I think I'm going hard of herring! I'll just trout on out of here.....

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