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  1. Ozarkguy

    Ozarkguy Well-Known Member

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    Used to know a guy that was stationed in Korea in the 70s. The resturants used to let customers pick their dinner out of a litter of Chow puppies. No cats though, maybe too greasy? ;)



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    Ickybad! ICK! YUCK!


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    ! was in Korea for 18 months never saw a Chow maybe they were all cooked up lol
     
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    A korean coworker here named his pet dog Leftovers :haha:
     
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    Ewww... my daughter is going to be stationed in Korea after she completes her AIT. :( I'm going to miss her so much! And chows are her favorite dog - shoulda told her that to talk her out of it?!?!?
     
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    thanks for the great hee-haw.

    I always get great humor links from my government desk job friends (hmm, that's a good post in itself, huh).

    I'll one up 'em today!
     
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    Yikes we had Chinese last night. :eek:
    The chicken in the low mein was sliced awfully thin.

    I think next time we'll do Burger King.

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    Yep. All those stray cats around might be worth something after all. :haha:


    And as for the Korean food? Gives new meaning to the term I'd like a "doggy bag" to take home. :no:


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