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# I was told they come from eggs. My arse, they do

ooh, thanks for the fp!
(, Tue 9 Dec 2003, 3:16, archived)
# eek!
and somehow...
yum!
(, Tue 9 Dec 2003, 3:17, archived)
# they go great on pizza
(, Tue 9 Dec 2003, 3:17, archived)
# hehehe
:)

yay for eagles they have spiky tongues
(, Tue 9 Dec 2003, 3:17, archived)
# Spiky like a cat's?
(, Tue 9 Dec 2003, 3:20, archived)
# all I did was the beak
and the color of the eyes

www.tc.umn.edu/~hilch001/banana_eagle.jpg

I think it's for holding fish
(, Tue 9 Dec 2003, 3:21, archived)
# Amazing.
That really scares me.
(, Tue 9 Dec 2003, 3:22, archived)
# Still going on
about the spiky tongues??!!?!
(, Tue 9 Dec 2003, 3:29, archived)
# yes
they're very spiky and odd :)
(, Tue 9 Dec 2003, 3:30, archived)
# hahaha!
that be reet fine that be, yaar!
(, Tue 9 Dec 2003, 3:18, archived)
# Nice
But what's it eat?
(, Tue 9 Dec 2003, 3:19, archived)
# eagle bodies with mushroom heads.
but it has to wait for them to fly close enough, so they're very rare.
(, Tue 9 Dec 2003, 3:21, archived)
# AAAAARGH!
but yum. Morningish, all...
(, Tue 9 Dec 2003, 3:20, archived)
# reminds me
of those big elephant-legs slabs of meat you get in kebab shops.
(, Tue 9 Dec 2003, 3:20, archived)
# :O
(, Tue 9 Dec 2003, 3:23, archived)
# yes, i know,
the use of elephant legs in kebab shops is terrible.
but sometimes, you just get hungry, ok?
(, Tue 9 Dec 2003, 3:26, archived)
# aaaarrrrrgh!
They come from your arse?
*faint*
(, Tue 9 Dec 2003, 20:24, archived)