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Gene E. Bloch

It's "Much Ado About Nothing". On a side note, I can't believe you've never
heard the phrase, "You can't prevent stupid."
To be honest, I'm not familiar with the phrase in exactly that form.

To continue being honest, I had no trouble understanding it.

OK, I'll post this, but afterwards I'll give up on this dead horse :)
 
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Big Steel

It's "Much Ado About Nothing". On a side note, I can't believe you've
never heard the phrase, "You can't prevent stupid."
Nope never read it or heard it. It is what it is.
 
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Satanic Mechanic ©

Nope never read it or heard it. It is what it is.
big steal never heard of it because he is stupid and lives in a
trailer thats on cinder blocks
 
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Bob I

To be honest, I'm not familiar with the phrase in exactly that form.

To continue being honest, I had no trouble understanding it.

OK, I'll post this, but afterwards I'll give up on this dead horse :)
Perhaps make some shuzhuk?
 
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choro

Perhaps make some shuzhuk?
You mean this?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sujuk

Yes, I've heard lots of stories about sujuk makers going to the
livestock markets and returning with one cow and two donkeys. But I
guess horses will do as well.

Probably the best sujuk is the D-shaped ones, which starts off as two
rather long tubular sausages tied every 8 cm or so with a strong skin
and then pressed to get the double D shape -- one being a mirror image
of the other. Sort of back to back post coital position.

Sujuk is any tubular sausage really. These pressed one have a special
name -- basturma. Meaning...? Yes, you've guessed it: It means Pressed.
Not all Basturma's are of this type or shaped like this. There are other
varieties of Basturma, like for example the Kayseri Basturma which is a
real if rather expensive treat. My mouth has started watering already!
-- choro

PS. Careful though, sujuk can also mean a part of the male anatomy in
Turkish slang! I'll leave YOU to guess which part!
 
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Gene E. Bloch

Perhaps make some shuzhuk?
I was mystified, since all that Goggle gave me for your spelling was a
river dolphin, but choro saved the day for me.

It looks pretty good, but I'll probably skip the horsemeat or
donkeymeat variants :)

Yeah, I'm culturally parochial in some areas...
 

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