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Venezuelan Beaver Cheese

 

They Have Beavers in Venezuela

 

 

Oh wait I guess they do, I hear they are not as Prude as we Americans when it comes to Beavers.

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from what i understand, there are beavers in every country in the world...

 

 

Yep, I used to have a female American Indian friend who's name was Little Beaver

 

true story

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Yep, I used to have a female American Indian friend who's name was Little Beaver

 

true story

 

That or Smokey and the Bandit!!!! :rofl2:

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from what i understand, there are beavers in every country in the world...

 

:boxing::boxing:

 

Ain't no Beavers in Aus-tral-lia, Mate!

 

WTH are they?

 

Something for the Dingoes to Feed on?

 

:sparkle::rofl2::rofl2::sparkle:

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WOW, this is fun. Kinda like, dare I say it, the old Pit.

 

:clap::clap:

 

I really hope others think the same!

 

I started this Thread to Wake up America!

 

Not to be Bad! America Woke up!

 

Old Dogs are good Allies!

 

:sparkle::pullhair::sparkle:

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Ain't no Beavers in Aus-tral-lia, Mate!

Depends on what kind if beaver your talking about there dd

 

A google on American slang should shed some light for ya

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Depends on what kind if beaver your talking about there dd

 

A google on American slang should shed some light for ya

 

And, with this advice, the thread will take on another bizarre turn. :help:

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Depends on what kind if beaver your talking about there dd

 

A google on American slang should shed some light for ya

 

 

:laughing::laughing::laughing:

 

 

Wild dingos prey on a variety of animals, mostly small or medium-sized, but also larger herbivores at need. They are opportunistic carnivores, taking prey ranging in size from lizards and small rodents up to sheep and kangaroos

 

 

In other words? They are Dogs that eat just about ANYTHING???

 

I was just injecting some Humour into the Thread, in a really nice way!

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dingo

 

:sparkle::rofl2::rofl2::sparkle:

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mmm, just catching up with the innuendoes :huh: ....be very careful :geezer:

 

 

Innuendos, what innuendoes Jacee :rofl2::rofl2:

 

cheers

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:thud:

 

 

 

no wonder you're so uptight!

 

 

 

no beavers!!!!

 

 

 

:surrender:

 

 

:rofl2:

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mmm, just catching up with the innuendoes :huh: ....be very careful :geezer:

 

:laughing::laughing:

 

I want to say this in the Nicest Possible Way?

 

America woke up! Now others want it to go back to Sleep!

 

Why?

 

:sparkle::rofl2::rofl2::sparkle:

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mmm, just catching up with the innuendoes :huh: ....be very careful :geezer:

 

 

No pun intended Jacee :P

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I have, now, come to the conclusion that there is no :help: for this thread. :laughing:

 

:laughing::laughing:

 

Why?

 

You can't make a Comment that makes sense?

 

Gee, I wished my Yank Mate was here to shoot some Fat with me!

 

:nono::sparkle::wub::sparkle:

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