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as hard as it might be to believe I actually looked forward to a spam and eggs dinner that my mother would prepare for us on various friday nights growing up. I'd make spam sandwhiches with lots of mustard....

mmmm good...
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Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice
Ahhhhh this ios getting really low...
Now..the Administrator...the all mighty one....likes SPAM!!!
I wonder if some of the spam drips from your sandwich while you're in the PC and thru the keyboard, it gets to the site??? You're the culprit!!!!

Cam....ban him
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Specially Prepared Artificial Meat with Raisin gravy....mmmmmm....good!

Hey Jeff...whatever you did seems to be working...I had ZERO posts to deal with this AM for the first time in a long time.
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My uncle

I had an uncle that went to work for Hormel at the SPAM factory. He was all proud the day the truck came to take him to work. I don't think we ever heard from him again. We all assumed he was too stuck up to call us once he made it to the big time.
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Why is it that whenever I hear the word SPAM I think of Elvis? My wife thinks there's an Elvis-Hawaii-SPAM connection...
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You wife may be on to something, there does seem to be a connection.


SPAM MUSUBI

Try:
  • cook rice (da sticky kine),
  • make 'em into one spam shaped block about 1"-2" high,
  • t'row one slice fried spam on top, and wrap da buggah wit' nori.
  • Da only hints I can 'tink of is,
  • try wet yo' hands and put little bit salt on top when you stay making da musubi shape wit' da hot rice,
  • and toas' da nori little bit first.
Hints from uddah peepo':
  • Use da spam can and use fo mold for da rice.
  • Den da slice of spam goin' fit perfect on top.
  • If you can fin' furikake out dea, mix it in da rice firs.
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I might even tell her that she's not crazy -- just to make her feel good.
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Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice
Can you repeat that in English?? I have treoble understanding when you guys writte right...imagine if you are writing it with some foreigner accent
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I had an uncle that went to work for Hormel at the SPAM factory. He was all proud the day the truck came to take him to work. I don't think we ever heard from him again. We all assumed he was too stuck up to call us once he made it to the big time.
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My uncle starred in "Pork: the other white meat" commercials. Very uppity after that. But it did get him his start in the adult video industry.
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