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    Talking OK, I want to know ...

    Who was the first person to look at a cow and say, "I think I'll squeeze these dangly things here, and drink whatever comes out"?
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    Re: OK, I want to know ...

    I don't know his name, but I think one of his direct descendants decided it would be a good idea to take some leaves, roll them up, stick them in his mouth, and then set fire to them

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    Re: OK, I want to know ...

    OK, then he must have been the same one who thought that the white thing that came from a hen's butt looked edible?
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    Re: OK, I want to know ...

    ROTFL
    Sort of makes me wonder what other things he might have tried first

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    I will boil these leaves, and drink the water that drains off!

    I will poke a hole in this tree, collect the sap, and pour it over otherwise tastless things!

    I will stomp on these grapes, let the juice spoil, then drink it!
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    Re: OK, I want to know ...

    Why do toasters always have a setting that burns the toast to a horrible crisp which no decent human being would eat?
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    They are designed to accommodate potential future bread types, such as the largely fire-proof variety Sunbeam is developing.
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    Re: OK, I want to know ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Skysaw
    They are designed to accommodate potential future bread types, such as the largely fire-proof variety Sunbeam is developing.
    A HA HA HA!
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    Re: OK, I want to know ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Skysaw
    ... potential future bread types, such as the largely fire-proof variety Sunbeam is developing.
    Ah, I see. Natural wheat, rich in fibre---glass

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    Finally!
    Answers to the world's imponderables!!!

    Now we have to figure out why you park on a driveway and drive on a parkway.

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