Okay, I didn't comment on the pic because I didn't find it particularly unusual. I mean, really, dog food? Come on Jayson, I get that same stuff on my plate all the time in China! Your dog is living good (or I'm living bad). Tom
OK, haven't left comments, keeping in mind Baby K might hoark on the keyboard. But it has certainly been commented on and referred to around the Swanson house. Especially since we're thinking of raising chickens.
I think it's funny that I can tell exactly which "tom" in the world that is in the first comment just by his tone :)and Tarrah - I think the trouble you're having in folks commenting about the picture is due purely to the sheer number of friends you have who have spent good time in 3rd world countries... I mean, your dog food is someone else's cultural experience! ;)but just to meet the need: THAT'S SO GROSS! ;0)who loves the palms? I DO! I DO!!
Preach it Dawnette! I've REALLY had all that stuff served to me in China, along with the chicken's head (and duck heads), horse lung, cow stomach, fish eyeballs...etc. The difference between your Obi and me was that my food was at least cooked up in a wok, and the fact that he probably enjoyed his meal more than I did.
I forgot my password, otherwise I would have posted earlier. The chicken leg reminded me of last summer when Kealan chased me around the house with one, after Tommy and the boys butchered their chickens! Just think of that every time you cook these up! The boys thougtht it was really funny! Love, Julie Downs
Well, I didn't comment on the dog food because the one I really loved the most, Tarrah, was the picture of you with marshmallow in your hair. It was so darlingly you! I adore the way you can laugh at yourself and your quirky circumstances. I have been smiling every time I think about it. Big hug and a smacky kiss on the cheek.Melia
I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.Sarahhttp://adoptpet.info
This picture gave me some weird pregnancy dreams (that's redundant), and if not for your chastising, I would not have re-visited it. Now I'm going to attempt a dream-free nap, but I'm pretty sure chicken parts will make it in somehow! Well done. That must be one loved dog. I gag opening Alice's cat food cans!
Ha-larious that you now have ten, going on eleven comments about the chicken feet...likely you did in fact leave many of us speechless until stating your disappointment :) anyways...you know my thoughts on your making dog food out of chickens feet. smiling and jaw smacked!
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