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#51471 - 03/11/02 11:18 PM Re: Do you see what I see?  
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Whit and Max, though I fully agree with your comments, I wonder if the ladies might perhaps prefer the more phallic pictures previously posted in this thread?


#51472 - 03/12/02 02:24 AM Re: Do you see what I see?  
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Ah, but one for the gents too, though not as explicit. You all might recognize The Grand Tetons in Wyoming. For your information, The Grand Tetons is actually French for The Big Boobs.

http://www.geocities.com/rlschieber/travel1.htm


#51473 - 03/13/02 12:15 AM Re: Grand Tetons  
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Thanks, belM, for keeping us abreast of French terms! (Yes, I'm milking it for all it's worth.)


#51474 - 03/13/02 12:18 AM Re: Do you see what I see?  
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Your mammose image is much appreciated, bel. [making this vaguely word-related -e ]

#51475 - 03/13/02 12:19 AM Milking it  
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In Spanish they would be called "Las Chichotas", with hands held, palms upward, just below the "chi chis", formed as if to give a good grab and jiggled up and down. So, WO'N, what did I leave dangling?


#51476 - 03/13/02 12:29 AM Re: Milking it  
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This just in from Quebec, bel's home:

Cows milk themselves with robotic machine
Canadian dairy farmers have begun to equip their barns with European-made gadgets that let cows milk themselves whenever they want.

Imported from Holland, the $250,000 robotic milkers coax the cattle by dispensing tasty treats in exchange for their teats, which the machine automatically hooks up to a vacuum that sucks out just the right amount of milk.

The end result--besides a barn full of happy cows free to wander--is an increase in milk production, and consequently a boost in farmers' earnings. ... About 30 farmers in Ontario and Quebec have purchased the machine. Yves Roux bought four of the robotic milkers.

He said it took a few tries for his cattle to become accustomed to the machines, but now all but a few stubborn cows take the bait and sit back while the robot does its job.



#51477 - 03/13/02 05:39 PM Re: Milking it  
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And then when their milk-giving days are finished we turn them into sausage.

Truly:

It was the times of breast, it was the times of wurst.



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#51478 - 03/13/02 05:45 PM Re: Milking it  
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It was the times of breast, it was the times of wurst.

From the book, A Sale of Two Titties.


#51479 - 03/15/02 10:20 PM Re: Milking it  
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It was the times of breast, it was the times of wurst.
A Sale of Two Titties.
Ohmigawd! You two have made my day! Did you-all plan this?






#51480 - 03/16/02 01:58 AM Re: Milking it  
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It was the times of breast, it was the times of wurst.
A Sale of Two Titties.
Ohmigawd! You two have made my day! Did you-all plan this?


No, and thank goodness you laughed! I was afraid you'd give us the Dickens!


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