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Funny story: A Maine Man Finds A $1.7 Million Oyster Pearl In A Can of Sardines

A Maine Man Finds A $1.7 Million Oyster Pearl In A Can of Sardines

BAR HARBOR, Maine - Purdue Skipbrewster, 51, has been fishing the waters of the Atlantic ocean for 29 years and in that time he has caught more than his share of sardines. In fact, back in 2007, Skipbrewster was named The Top Sardine Fisherman in...
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Funny story: Khloe Kardashian's Husband Lamar Odom Blames His Womanizing On An Addiction To Oysters

Khloe Kardashian's Husband Lamar Odom Blames His Womanizing On An Addiction To Oysters

HOLLYWOOD - Lamar Odom is now saying that the reason for his wandering ways is totally due to a food addiction. Odom appeared on The Viagra View and he told Larry King that ever since he had an order of Oysters On The Half Shell down at The Viciou...
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Funny story: Boogers: they're finger-lickin' good!

Boogers: they're finger-lickin' good!

"Booger" (also "boogie") is the polite name for snot, a free, delicious, nutritious emergency ration produced, without fanfare, by the nasal mucosa in such abundance that individuals swallow approximately 3.48 gallons per day without realizing it. Boogers are made up of mucin, water, cells, and inorganic salts. Depending upon the size of the serving, a single helping may contain from 10 to 40 c...
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