Sweet Corn Kernels in Woods

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Re: Sweet Corn Kernels in Woods

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Ally wrote:
Sun Sep 01, 2019 2:10 pm
Who hasn't at some time in their life done a poo with corn in it despite not having eaten it for weeks? Or is that just me?
It has been known to be an ingredient of deep fried pizzas

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Re: Sweet Corn Kernels in Woods

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Ally wrote:
Sun Sep 01, 2019 2:10 pm
Who hasn't at some time in their life done a poo with corn in it despite not having eaten it for weeks? Or is that just me?
And on a similar theme, who, having just thrown up has not seen carrot and tomato skins in the debris even though you have eaten neither for weeks. My friend has a theory that the body has a carrot and tomato gland that stores such debris for vomiting occasions.

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Revenons aux nos moutons......

As I understood it, hunters aren’t allowed to feed maize during the hunting season, but can outside it. All a bit daft - you provide extra food so the boar can have two litters a year, and then you try to shoot them all, unsuccessfully. So people have paid for food for the boar to make sure the food that they buy for themselves is more expensive because of damage from boar.....🤔

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Re: Sweet Corn Kernels in Woods

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exile wrote:
Sun Sep 01, 2019 8:42 pm
Ally wrote:
Sun Sep 01, 2019 2:10 pm
Who hasn't at some time in their life done a poo with corn in it despite not having eaten it for weeks? Or is that just me?
And on a similar theme, who, having just thrown up has not seen carrot and tomato skins in the debris even though you have eaten neither for weeks. My friend has a theory that the body has a carrot and tomato gland that stores such debris for vomiting occasions.
I have been told it's actually stomach lining.

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Re: Sweet Corn Kernels in Woods

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My stomach lining must be made of red & green pepper skins.

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Re: Sweet Corn Kernels in Woods

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jardiniere wrote:
Sun Sep 01, 2019 3:11 pm
Thanks for replies. Inclined to let dog eat it all so as not to help hunters but as you say, would be there a very long time!
Ally wrote:
Sun Sep 01, 2019 2:10 pm
Who hasn't at some time in their life done a poo with corn in it despite not having eaten it for weeks? Or is that just me?
Yes, at first that's what I thought but then I realised there was no poo, just the sweetcorn. (BTW, if it's really weeks, you've got a problem, normally 24 - 36 hrs. ;) )
Saw the doc. She says it's my sense of humour. Corny shit.

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Re: Sweet Corn Kernels in Woods

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How long did it take to you think that one up?

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No sure but quicker than everyone else. 🤪

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