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Apparently the "truly lesbian" part is optional?

 

Well, look at me, answering my own question and all.

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From the Wikipedia article on Luscious Lesbian Oil:

 

Luscious Lesbian Oil is widely taken to ease the pain and joint stiffness associated with arthritis,and has also been clinically proven to have a positive effect on heart, bone,as well as helping to nourishskin,hair, and nails.

 

Luscious Lesbian Oil and fish oil are similar, but Luscious Lesbian oil has much higher levels of vitamins A and D. Many adults do not meet the RDA for Vitamin D.

 

Luscious Lesbian Oil may be an effective complementary measure for long-term treatment of multiple sclerosis.

 

Vikings used Luscious Lesbian Oil as a lubricant to allow the transport of ships across land—the oil was smeared across logs, which acted as rollers beneath the hull of the ship. Luscious Lesbian Oil also formed part of the Viking diet.

 

Now you know some facts.

 

And now back to our previous discussion on sushi.

Edited by Martin Lake

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It just sounds like an after meal treat to me. <shrug>

 

I have never tried Sushi......as far as I know. It's pretty though. :)

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Bill, there's a pretty good sushi place over by workman's house. We can hit it when I'm back in the City.

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Sushi Niko I think. A gal I work with has been trying to get me to try the place. She's all about that area. It's rather a neat little strip for food, art and antiques.

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That, my friend, is no fish. That is a man...a tee. They're mammals (hence the nose on the front). Normally, they are not so colorful as that.

 

Manatees are endangered as they only live in a small territory in Florida. They spend much of their lives there calmly grazing on sea grass. Sushi made from them is terribly hard to come by, but when you have it, it is the Kobe beef of sushis.

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Most of them hang around in the canals in Miami and have lots of scars on their backs from the propellers of motorboats which cruise the canals. Florida Marine Patrol have signs posted to go slow, so the slow manatees have the ability to move out of the way.

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:laugh: And all I was trying to do was find the least controversial avatar I could. :laugh:

 

The manatee and I have a lot in common. We both move pretty slow, we eat our greens, we like water, we both have the same shape and I'm thinking eating me ain't that bad of an idea. :devil:

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:laugh:

The thought of you with a scarred back also makes me sad.

The ink covers the scars. <sniff>

 

To all you animal rights folks.....I'm just playing. :)

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. Normally, they are not so colorful as that.

 

I would sincerely hope not. As that Manatee would likely have a very saddening addiction to hallucinogens. And I'm pretty sure Greens aren't the same thing as mushrooms. At the very least, the former is much leafier than the latter.

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I love Sushi as well! As a matter in fact, me and my significant other like to go shopping at Super Cao Nguyen in okc for sushi grade things like smoked eel, tuna, flying fish and salmon eggs as well as sushi rice and seaweed. Our obsession with it has forced us to learn how to make it ourselves. Once you get the art down, it isn't hard at all to make it. Perhaps one of these days I can host a sushi party complete with hot Saki, or perhaps a complimentary Absinthe? Now I am getting excited!

 

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Sushi Niko I think. A gal I work with has been trying to get me to try the place. She's all about that area. It's rather a neat little strip for food, art and antiques.

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Normally, they are not so colorful as that.

I would sincerely hope not.

 

Did you all catch the story and pics of that bright pink dolphin in Louisiana last year?

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Sounds like a band name, like Soft White Underbelly...

 

 

I'm not one for sushi. I like the presentation though.

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People from landlocked states often have an irrational fear of seafood. I don't fault you. :arrr:

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People from landlocked states often have an irrational fear of uncooked seafood. I don't fault you. :arrr:

 

 

:arrr: back at cha.

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