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Oh those rotten cookies

Last week it seems like the local Super Market was overstocked with certain brand boxes of cookies. I looked them over and could'nt decipher the language written on the boxes, since I only know English. But the pictures of the chocolate covered cookies looked very appetizing so I bought a couple of boxes that said LU...Le PETIT ECOLIER. Ate one box when I got home. (only 12 in a box) and the next day I was constipated.

Wife said, no wonder, it was probably all those damn chocolate cookies you ate yesterday. What were they anyway? I showed her the second box and she thats French. So after examing the box, sure enough, they were made in France. No wonder those Frenchmen are all full of, well you know what over there.

Anyway, I gave the second box to my neighbors dog that craps in my yard everytime it gets loose.

George

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roflmao thats only good thing

to do with french productsGrin

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Yeah, hope it plugs that dog up for awhile.

His deposits stick to my snow shovel and stink up the snow blower. Angry

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(NT) (NT) well it sounds like u put them to good use

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