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Old 12-15-2005, 04:49 PM
buffett buffett is offline
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Default Re: What 2 animals would you breed?

I'm going to slighlty modify the rules and breed 3 animals.

I'm not sure what you'd call the wonderful, magical animal that would result from this strange experiment, but I would like to cross-breed the animals that respectively produce bacon, ham, and pork chops.
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Old 12-15-2005, 04:52 PM
jackdaniels jackdaniels is offline
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Default Re: What 2 animals would you breed?

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I'm going to slighlty modify the rules and breed 3 animals.

I'm not sure what you'd call the wonderful, magical animal that would result from this strange experiment, but I would like to cross-breed the animals that respectively produce bacon, ham, and pork chops.

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This is a great idea with $$$ written all over it. Now if we could convince some mad scientist to give it a shot...
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Old 12-16-2005, 11:17 PM
NutzyClutz NutzyClutz is offline
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Default Re: What 2 animals would you breed?

Hummingbird and Swordfish. (Timber!)
Firefly and Moth (They could flitter with themselves, instead of porch light)
Titmouse, beaver,and ass.
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Old 12-16-2005, 11:23 PM
HopeydaFish HopeydaFish is offline
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Default Re: What 2 animals would you breed?

The answer is obviously a pig and a chicken. You would then be able to get your breakfast all from one animal.
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