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    So...

    is everyone over "here" now?

    The old board is getting kinda spooky.

    And then there were 48...

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    Quote Originally Posted by iconoclaSSt
    is everyone over "here" now?

    The old board is getting kinda spooky.

    And then there were 48...
    We be here! It is going to take a while to get used to this format but the old board is a lame duck, on borrowed time.
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    I'm happy here

    Quote Originally Posted by iconoclaSSt
    is everyone over "here" now?

    The old board is getting kinda spooky.

    And then there were 48...
    This new format is so cool. I really like this. I hope you also like this:

    Prep Time:
    15 minutes
    Cook Time:
    2 hours
    Meal Type: Appetizer

    INGREDIENTS:

    2 fresh gnomes
    1 tomato
    3 onions
    1 loaf of vitamin enriched Wonderbread
    2 sticks of butter
    a pinch on the butt
    1 pound cake pan

    PREPARATION:
    This is going to be a delectable appetizer for you and your guests. Can be used as a pate, or as a dip, depending on the day of the week.

    - Preheat oven to 500 degrees
    - Melt the butter in the microwave oven.
    - Wash and rinse the gnomes, leave them in their cage while you dice the tomato and the onions.
    - Once the tomato has been diced, do the same to the onions right next to the gnomes’ cage.
    - Tie their hands behind their backs with a zip tie. Then dip feet first into the melted butter.
    - Sponge off the remaining butter with the Wonderbread.

    While gnomes still alive, use remaining bread slices to make a gnome wrap.

    Roll the gnomes spottily on the bread slices, and stick in the oven for 2 hours.

    Once two hours have passed, take the Gnome Soufflé out of the oven and pour the diced tomato and onions, then stir until it has a
    similar consistency to Rice Krispies Treats.

    COMMENTS:
    Dip your favorite tortilla chips, or spread over a nice piece of 6-grain bread. This recipe can be used in conjunction with guacamole.

    If you don't like the taste of gnome and are to lazy to mask the flavor with ranch dressing, give it to your neighbor's dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ernesto_from_Wisconsin
    INGREDIENTS:

    2 fresh gnomes

    If you don't like the taste of gnome and are to lazy to mask the flavor with ranch dressing, give it to your neighbor's dog.
    You should change your title under your name to "Master of all that is Gnomes!"

    and your avatar should be this!

    Later

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    Recipe still works with canned gnomes, although it will taste a bit off.

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    ... and if we just ... thanks FF!

    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Freddy

    and your avatar should be this!

    Later

    FF
    That will be me...the gnome man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ernesto_from_Wisconsin
    That will be me...the gnome man.
    Gnome or Mr. Nice Guy ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mine'sAPint
    Gnome or Mr. Nice Guy ?
    Either, flip a coin, and if it lands cockeyed, then it's my ENO's fault.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ernesto_from_Wisconsin
    Either, flip a coin, and if it lands cockeyed, then it's my ENO's fault.
    was 'sposed to be a play on words, you know, No More Mr. Nice Guy. Either way, I'm sure the ENO's blameless

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    that's hilarious.

    gnome essage

    Quote Originally Posted by Mine'sAPint
    Gnome or Mr. Nice Guy ?

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    what a dolt I am

    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    gnome essage
    Now I get it...dammit! What a dork I am. I felt so stupid I nervously crapped my pants...

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