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Chemiker wrote in
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Good news: A giant housefly committed suicide in my kitchen (good
riddance).

Bad news: He commited suicide by drowning himself in my jar of bacon
drippings.



Typical of anyone who commits suicide, they don't give any thought to the
consequence of their actions.


But that being said, I know that the overall feeling is "YUCK", but if you
were to put the bacon fat in the fridge, it would harden, and then you could
take off the top layer, or the area where the inconsiderate bastid drowned
himself.

And the rest, well, it gets cooked again, doesn't it? That would kill off any
residule 'germs'.



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Peter Lucas
Hobart
Tasmania


A good friend would drive 30 miles at 2:00 am to bail you out of jail.
A best friend, however, would be sitting in the cell next to you saying
"Man, that was f******n Awesome!"

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On Thu, 09 Dec 2010 23:12:55 GMT, Aussie1
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Chemiker wrote in
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Typical of anyone who commits suicide, they don't give any thought to the
consequence of their actions.


But that being said, I know that the overall feeling is "YUCK", but if you
were to put the bacon fat in the fridge, it would harden, and then you could
take off the top layer, or the area where the inconsiderate bastid drowned
himself.

And the rest, well, it gets cooked again, doesn't it? That would kill off any
residule 'germs'.


Ah, practical as ever. G

Alex, going to prepare a pineapple for grilling as a side for the ham.
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On Dec 9, 3:22*pm, Chemiker wrote:
On Thu, 09 Dec 2010 23:12:55 GMT, Aussie1

wrote:
Chemiker wrote in
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Typical of anyone who commits suicide, they don't give any thought to the
consequence of their actions.


But that being said, I know that the overall feeling is "YUCK", but if you
were to put the bacon fat in the fridge, it would harden, and then you could
take off the top layer, or the area where the inconsiderate bastid drowned
himself.


And the rest, well, it gets cooked again, doesn't it? That would kill off any
residule 'germs'.


Ah, practical as ever. G

Alex, going to prepare a pineapple for grilling as a side for the ham.


Just get a freakin' spoon and spoon the fly out!
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On Thu, 9 Dec 2010 15:27:21 -0800 (PST), Chemo the Clown
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On Dec 9, 3:22*pm, Chemiker wrote:
On Thu, 09 Dec 2010 23:12:55 GMT, Aussie1

wrote:
Chemiker wrote in
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Typical of anyone who commits suicide, they don't give any thought to the
consequence of their actions.


But that being said, I know that the overall feeling is "YUCK", but if you
were to put the bacon fat in the fridge, it would harden, and then you could
take off the top layer, or the area where the inconsiderate bastid drowned
himself.


And the rest, well, it gets cooked again, doesn't it? That would kill off any
residule 'germs'.


Ah, practical as ever. G

Alex, going to prepare a pineapple for grilling as a side for the ham.


Just get a freakin' spoon and spoon the fly out!


I'm sure the varmint swam a few laps before he ran out of energy,
maximizing his presence's impact.

Call me finiky, but I prefer not to eat flies, nor fly crap.
I can make more (cue: the ad for Wright brand bacon end pieces for
flavoring).

Alex, thinking he had a reason for not k-filing you, but can't
remember just what it was. Bother!
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Chemiker wrote in
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On Thu, 09 Dec 2010 23:12:55 GMT, Aussie1
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Chemiker wrote in
m:


Typical of anyone who commits suicide, they don't give any thought to
the consequence of their actions.


But that being said, I know that the overall feeling is "YUCK", but if
you were to put the bacon fat in the fridge, it would harden, and then
you could take off the top layer, or the area where the inconsiderate
bastid drowned himself.

And the rest, well, it gets cooked again, doesn't it? That would kill
off any residule 'germs'.


Ah, practical as ever. G




Shpank you :-)



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Peter Lucas
Hobart
Tasmania


A good friend would drive 30 miles at 2:00 am to bail you out of jail.
A best friend, however, would be sitting in the cell next to you saying
"Man, that was f******n Awesome!"


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On Dec 9, 5:27*pm, Chemo the Clown wrote:
On Dec 9, 3:22*pm, Chemiker wrote:





On Thu, 09 Dec 2010 23:12:55 GMT, Aussie1


wrote:
Chemiker wrote in
:
Typical of anyone who commits suicide, they don't give any thought to the
consequence of their actions.


But that being said, I know that the overall feeling is "YUCK", but if you
were to put the bacon fat in the fridge, it would harden, and then you could
take off the top layer, or the area where the inconsiderate bastid drowned
himself.


And the rest, well, it gets cooked again, doesn't it? That would kill off any
residule 'germs'.


Ah, practical as ever. G


Alex, going to prepare a pineapple for grilling as a side for the ham.


Just get a freakin' spoon and spoon the fly out!


I'm sure you skim toilet water and drink that too, you nasty
jackass.
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On Dec 11, 9:27*am, projectile vomit chick
wrote:
On Dec 9, 5:27*pm, Chemo the Clown wrote:



On Dec 9, 3:22*pm, Chemiker wrote:


On Thu, 09 Dec 2010 23:12:55 GMT, Aussie1


wrote:
Chemiker wrote in
:
Typical of anyone who commits suicide, they don't give any thought to the
consequence of their actions.


But that being said, I know that the overall feeling is "YUCK", but if you
were to put the bacon fat in the fridge, it would harden, and then you could
take off the top layer, or the area where the inconsiderate bastid drowned
himself.


And the rest, well, it gets cooked again, doesn't it? That would kill off any
residule 'germs'.


Ah, practical as ever. G


Alex, going to prepare a pineapple for grilling as a side for the ham..


Just get a freakin' spoon and spoon the fly out!


I'm sure you skim toilet water and drink that too, you nasty
jackass.


Push away when you want more, biatch.


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