Think GOURMET!Cover them in chocolate!Actually, in the far east, they do eat them and the ones covered in chocolate are considered a treat.I mean, what lady could resist a box of them? Way to a girl's heart.
Cover them in chocolate...groan.Wil's right though.Why don't you go ahead and try that...then report back to the rest of us!"After you!""No, no, after you!""Oh please, I couldn't eat another bite."
We have those thingy's here...and I absolutely hate them...cuz they bump into everything and seem to cling very well to fabrics, the lil' suckers!****Hey, chocolate covered ?? Well there is a growing market of these things lately..I recently saw lolipops with worms in them...yummy!!
I remember when I was young some company used to pay you to collect them for research.
I hate them too .. We should try to bread it .. ./thanksilaiy
Wil: Brilliant! I wonder how well they keep; I'm thinking holiday boxes at Christmas...Tai: Is that a double-dog dare? BECAUSE I'LL DO IT, I SWEAR I WILL!Mary: Beatle lollipops..mmm.... Hey, I could also make decorative soaps out of them!Awe: It happens that I could use a bit of extra money. Where was this place, again?
Ilaiy: Also brilliant! We'll market them as "popcorn beatles" and toss in honey mustard or BBQ sauce.
Watch out, the Fear Factor is out to hire you :)
Sounds good to me .. Might be a little cruncy .. Now that I have tried a turtle would not take too much of effort to try them .. When I think how many people died when they tried different kinds of food .. ./thanksilaiy
You know ~ I'm gonna skip if that's all the same to you.
DNA: Beatles would be a treat compared to the stuff they serve up on Fear Factor!Ilaiy: If tagging turtle meat to your lip then spitting it out constitutes "trying" it, then I guess I'll have to give you that one. You have to pop the beatles like aspirin though. Down the hatch!BPobs: I'm shocked, I was sure you'd eat beatlejuice with me!
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Thought you might wanna read this about the beetles:this
Thanks, Mary! White Heath is about 30 miles from Champaign, Pontious farms very well known here. Those beetle bastards are quite problematic!
I think I will skip dessert:PYou never though - John the Baptist may show up :D
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