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#18381 notsmokin'jo

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Posted Yesterday, 04:52 AM

Do you want to master your chopstick reflexes?



#18382 Jillar

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Posted Yesterday, 05:02 AM

Would it be easier to master using French flies?

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Posted Yesterday, 05:13 AM

Wouldn't they be less versed in aversion of killer chopsticks?



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Posted Yesterday, 05:30 AM

Shouldn't I practice with seasoned flies?

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Posted Yesterday, 05:37 AM

Do you have existing skills or are you a complete novice?



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Posted Yesterday, 05:42 AM

Does using a fork instead of chopsticks count as novice?

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#18387 Weegie

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Posted Yesterday, 06:54 AM

Could you eat a fly with a fork?
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Posted Yesterday, 02:07 PM

Do you have a really small fork?


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#18389 Jillar

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Posted Yesterday, 04:28 PM

Do I have to eat the French flies? :shock:

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Posted Yesterday, 05:02 PM

Would you eat scottish flies?

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Posted Yesterday, 05:27 PM

Wasn't I suppose to practice my chopstick reflexes for some reason?


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#18392 Weegie

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Posted Yesterday, 06:49 PM

Well i think you are getting the choice, eat a fly with a fork or try catch a fly in chopsticks, what will it be?

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Posted Yesterday, 08:15 PM

If I choose chopsticks what becomes of the fly after I've caught it?


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Posted Yesterday, 11:03 PM

Is that not a raisin?
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Posted Yesterday, 11:47 PM

You mean this whole time a fly was really a raisin? :shock:


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Posted Today, 02:19 AM

Who likes raisins in their peanut butter?


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#18397 Jillar

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Posted Today, 02:47 AM

Is that an Aussie thing?

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Posted Today, 10:54 AM

Do they put out peanut butter to catch the flies?




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