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Old 04-27-2005, 09:16 PM   #1
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Dayyyyymmmm....that looks grubbin!

Anthon, I thought that you were allergic to seafood (or was that just sushi?)!!!
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I am soooo full of mexican food and beer (new keg, yay!) right now, but all of a sudden, I'm really craving crawdads. That's some serious eatin'!
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i dunno bout them there crawfish but i sure as shit could go for a pointy arrow cursor :eat:
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good on ya! its getting to be that time of year.
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oh.............my..............god.....that's a lotta crawfish!
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i just hope you guys were not seriously ill after eating all that lol
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The 2 of you finished all of that? Wow

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i dunno bout them there crawfish but i sure as shit could go for a pointy arrow cursor :eat:
i love finding an excuse to use those smilies that can never be used otherwise
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I miss new orleans.
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Here in Birmingham, AL every year they have a festival called the Crawfish Broil, which entails a lot of live bands and thousands and thousands of pounds of crawfish of course. Always good.
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but seriously, I could have eaten more
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That's alot of food man! Just looking at it makes me alittle hungry. The bagel just ain't cuttin' it!

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sorry to drag up an old post...but whats is a crawfish? is it the same as what we call crayfish in new zealand?

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Yes Ace same thing... I think a few people here in the states call em crayfish, but crawfish (probably ended up being a different pronounciation turned spelling somewhere in history ) is what they're usally known as.
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Crawdads, Crawdaddies, Crayfish, Crawfish, same difference. IIRC, all lobsters are crawdads, but not all crawdads are lobsters. Shrimpa are in the same family. Langostinos look like a cross between a big freakin' shrimp and a lobster with no claws...

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sorry to drag up an old post...but whats is a crawfish? is it the same as what we call crayfish in new zealand?

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In my experience most other places (other than the deep South/US) crawfish/dads are much smaller. In Louisiana they can be up to 8 or 9 inches long (not including the claws). Any other places have them that size?
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