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January 28, 2012 4:08am
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...With my eight, 1 week old, golden retriever puppies.

From left to right:
Elvis, Bob, Jenna, Sparks (white collar), Anastasia (under Sparks), Elena, Baiji (blue collar), Carrot (orange collar; male)
I got freedom, I got a lady, I got a cause I'd die for. That's who I am.
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Permalink | Quote | PM | +Rep | Commend by TheJohn » January 28, 2012 5:07am | Report
You have cute dogs, its so bad that my mom doesnt like animals

Who are you, MissMaw? I've never seen your name around until now
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Permalink | Quote | PM | +Rep | Commend by IceCreamy » January 28, 2012 5:19am | Report
^ What cave have you been in for the past few months? :D

Anyhow they are so damn cute! :o

DuffTime wrote:
ok ok plz carry me omg
i was only waiting for you to ask

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Too hot to be icecream.

Luther3000 wrote:
He looks like a hair gel advert on legs

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Icecreamy, with hair as slick and smooth as the ocean waves of Cocobana
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Permalink | Quote | PM | +Rep | Commend by Toshabi » January 28, 2012 5:27am | Report
Very nice. So are you gonna eat them right away or do you plan to let them age a little? Personally, I find it better to eat them around 2 weeks old so that you can have the time to add on a little meat to them. If you feed them the right things (maybe add in a little rosemary to their food), the meat becomes much more flavored and juicier.
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IceCreamy wrote:

^ What cave have you been in for the past few months? :D


lol :D

You haven't heard of me but I've heard of you :P
It's probably cause I'm usually hanging around the Signatures and Art forum or Support forum, while rarely going to the General LoL forum.
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Toshabi wrote:

Very nice. So are you gonna eat them right away or do you plan to let them age a little? Personally, I find it better to eat them around 2 weeks old so that you can have the time to add on a little meat to them. If you feed them the right things (maybe add in a little rosemary to their food), the meat becomes much more flavored and juicier.


Are we supposed to laugh now?

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Permalink | Quote | PM | +Rep | Commend by Toshabi » January 28, 2012 6:14am | Report
I'm actually being dead serious. In my old country, they're considered a delicacy or rare orderve. If you haven't tried it then you seriously have no place to judge.


Anyways OP, give me a PM, I have 3 really good recipes to use if you plan to let them age a little (and some good diets to put them on to flavourize the meat). Either or, I definitely suggest for the time being making sure that they DO NOT eat commercial grade dog food, or dog food that contains beef with preservatives. It makes the meat have a very bland and gummy taste along with actually /giving the dog meat the flavour of the food/. It's really strange, but I've found that this is a HUGE no no when preparing a puppy for consumption.
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Permalink | Quote | PM | +Rep | Commend by Darcurse » January 28, 2012 6:14am | Report
Nah, I guess he hoped for someone from Korea/South-China to come around, so he can exchange cooking-recipes...


Yeahyeah, I know its a bad crack.
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Toshabi wrote:

I'm actually being dead serious. In my old country, they're considered a delicacy or rare orderve. If you haven't tried it then you seriously have no place to judge.


Anyways OP, give me a PM, I have 3 really good recipes to use if you plan to let them age a little (and some good diets to put them on to flavourize the meat). Either or, I definitely suggest for the time being making sure that they DO NOT eat commercial grade dog food, or dog food that contains beef with preservatives. It makes the meat have a very bland and gummy taste along with actually /giving the dog meat the flavour of the food/. It's really strange, but I've found that this is a HUGE no no when preparing a puppy for consumption.


Umm... thanks Toshabi, but I play on keeping all the puppies... alive.

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Nah, I guess She hoped for someone from Korea/South-China to come around, so She can exchange cooking-recipes...


fixed.
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Toshabi wrote:

Very nice. So are you gonna eat them right away or do you plan to let them age a little? Personally, I find it better to eat them around 2 weeks old so that you can have the time to add on a little meat to them. If you feed them the right things (maybe add in a little rosemary to their food), the meat becomes much more flavored and juicier.


this is highly disturbing. even for me.
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