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How to cook a porcupine

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How to cook a porcupine?

Very, very carefully :6:

Sorry, couldn't resist :emot-hug:

:24: :24: :24:

Curiosity, Oh I just had to look.

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LOL!

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How to cook a porcupine?

Very, very carefully :6:

Sorry, couldn't resist :emot-hug:

Yeah...and after the feast...use his sharp spines (quills) to pick your teeth :thumbsup:

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How to cook a porcupine?

Very, very carefully :6:

Sorry, couldn't resist :emot-hug:

Yeah...and after the feast...use his sharp spines (quills) to pick your teeth :thumbsup:

:blink: I don't believe I just fell again for this thread....:sad030:

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Mum - "To avoid crying, cut the onions under water,"

Kid - "but I can't hold my breath long enough,"

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A 7-year-old was convinced she could speak Spanish thanks to Dora. One day at a Mexican restaurant the waitress said “Gracias!” and with all the conviction in the world my daughter responded “Piñata!”

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A 7-year-old was convinced she could speak Spanish thanks to Dora. One day at a Mexican restaurant the waitress said “Gracias!” and with all the conviction in the world my daughter responded “Piñata!”

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A 7-year-old was convinced she could speak Spanish thanks to Dora. One day at a Mexican restaurant the waitress said “Gracias!” and with all the conviction in the world my daughter responded “Piñata!”

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