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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
:) by Sophie-Louise on 24 February 2009 11:13am

hahahahaha :) xx
Re: :) by kazzzz on 24 February 2009 12:08pm

ooh er ;)
Re: :) by suzulu on 24 February 2009 12:37pm
Hahahahahaaaa to both!
Re: :) by peripatetically on 24 February 2009 2:43pm
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawwww. lol.
Re: :) by whysoserious on 24 February 2009 3:47pm
great game
Re: :) by bIG bLOGGER on 24 February 2009 4:01pm
I have never eaten spam and do not know about it as a food.
This SPAMALOT game seems insulting to our French friends across the English Channel,it is also horribly cruel to our animal friends,the Friesian cows. Am I the only one without a sick sense of humour? Or am I taking it too seriously?
Re: :) by peripatetically on 24 February 2009 4:59pm
My "Awwwwwww" was in regard to the animals. Poor creatures. It's cute otherwise.
Re: :) by tucsonmike on 24 February 2009 7:40pm
Looks insane. I will have to wait until Friday, when I have a working home computer again. I did get a good laugh out of the front page.
Re: :) by mrsthing on 25 February 2009 1:29pm
bIG, of *course* it's insulting and cruel! It's Monty Python, for cryin' out loud! LOL

Spam is canned pressed meat. I believe it's pork, but it's hard to tell. It slides out in a can-shaped chunk and you slice it up. You can heat it up or eat it straight out of the can. There are all sorts of recipes using Spam, and US soldiers ate little else in WWII. It's full of preservatives, sodium, and fat. Most people think it's disgusting, but some people love it.


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