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That sounds dangerous. You know Mcdonalds meat is higher quality than schools?
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Is that even possible? xD
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Oh yes. It is very much possible.

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As long as I don't know how they kill my meat I will eat it. i don't like eating anything "exotic" though. Venison, Buffalo, Seafood etc.

We are putting up the tree and might do something crazy like put up the outside xmas lights in the dark :P
I'm not sure how you view seafood exotic? I eat deer in place of beef 80% of the time. Since I've grown up with it, I don't think of it as exotic. But since the average person doesn't eat deer, yes it is exotic.

We just finished putting up our 1st xmas tree. So happy. Not happy that hubby basically threw a tantrum over my way of putting the tree up >:P

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That sounds dangerous. You know Mcdonalds meat is higher quality than schools?
Actually it may depend on your area. As far as I know, the schools in my area have food that is MUCH higher quality than Mcdonalds. much much MUCH higher.

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Seafood isn't too exotic, but I just don't like it in general so I lumped it in, haha.

Yea, adult male temper tantrums annoy me too. >.<

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Isn't American beef and dairy full of growth hormones?
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Seafood isn't too exotic, but I just don't like it in general so I lumped it in, haha.

Yea, adult male temper tantrums annoy me too. >.<
I know alot of people don't like seafood because of the smell of the fish.


I just kept standing there, directions in hand, telling him "Really? I've done they every year of my childhood. Separating the branches by their colors will allow us to put the tree together so much more faster than just randomly putting them on or going through the whole freaking box to find the current color for each section." He eventually caved xD But the whole time he talked of replacing this tree with a "pop up" tree or a 2-3 section tree complete with lights n junk.

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Not if you get direct from a farmer.
My barn's neighbor is a dairy/meat farmer.

My trainer raises chickens and my main meat staple is deer/rabbit. Which I get from 2-3 hunting seasons. 12 rabbits and 4 deer a year. 99% of the meat is stored in my freezer. What's not frozen is going to be eaten the next day.

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Eh, we don't eat dark meat.
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I like seafood and I love Big Macs.
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I gotta scrub the apartment before I can think about putting up the tree... IF I can find a place to put it >.>
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