Reminds me of the Movie Funny Farm with Chevy Chase.
Set the record in the town for eating lamb Fries,
til he found out what they were....
Bugeyeracer under resto
> Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2008 12:09:20 -0500
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> To: email@example.com
> CC: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [Spridgets] Monday Morning News
> We call 'em Turkey Fries around here. They are common and delicious. You
> can also get Calf Fries and Pig Fries - both epicurean delights.
> On 4/21/08, Larry Daniels <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Here is a note from this morning's Philadelphia Inquirer.
> > No comment from me is needed.
> > Yet another reason to to avoid South Dakota: The Sioux Falls Canaries,
> > an independent league team, are selling fried turkey testicles at their
> > ballpark, according to the team's Web site. They're called - we're not
> > making this up - Fowl Balls. "[They] will make a perfect complement to a
> > cold beer at the Birdcage," said Bill Sedelmeier, the club's director of
> > food and beverage services. "Fans will be able to choose from dipping
> > sauces including ranch, barbecue, and bleu cheese." Apparently, turkey
> > testicles are sold elsewhere, primarily in Asia and in some rural bars
> > in the Midwest. ". . . Buy me some peanuts and turkey testicles."
> > Anon
> > __________
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