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  • #16
    Originally posted by Orange&Blue
    Animal crackers are crackers as much as rocky mountain oysters are oysters.

    I've never seen animal crackers with chocolate on them here in the States, but that sounds great!
    Well, ok, what the heck is a rocky mountain oyster?


    I still say they are crackers.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Jared
      Well, ok, what the heck is a rocky mountain oyster?


      I still say they are crackers.
      They are freshwater oysters that live in Rocky Mountain lakes and streams! Heh heh!

      Okay okay. They are cow testicles. I think I know of one restaurant that serves them here in Denver. It's called The Fort and they serve mostly game meat.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Orange&Blue
        They are freshwater oysters that live in Rocky Mountain lakes and streams! Heh heh!

        Okay okay. They are cow testicles. I think I know of one restaurant that serves them here in Denver. It's called The Fort and they serve mostly game meat.

        That is just gross.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Jared
          I think they are a cracker. Graham crackers are sweet too, and they are definitely crackers. I am sure there is some technical distinction, but I don't think it sugar content.
          I agree with Jared on this. I have always thought they were crackers.
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          • #20
            cookie-defintely. crackers taste like crap and cookies are good, and animal crackers are good, therefore animal crackers are cookies
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            • #21
              Well, you just can't argue with logic like that! Case closed.


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              • #22
                Originally posted by Jared
                That is just gross.
                Well now you know and knowing is half the battle!

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Hoolah
                  We used to get them in England!, maybe they didn't travel North of the border?

                  You know biscuits in the shape of zoo animals? Chocolate on the back, hang on these might be different to the US ones???...my head hurts.

                  Just to confuse the issue further, I consider them to be biscuits...mwwwahaahaahahaahaaa!

                  However, I have always been more of a fan of ginger nuts and chocolate hobnobs...
                  Ahh, got you now. Thoses things are well nice, I used to enjoy biting there heads off!! For what its worth I would call them biscuits aswell. I would also agree with you on the hobnob thing aswell, mmmm!

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                  • #24
                    you goofy foreigners, what with your lingual shennanigans and whatnot


                    If you take what I have to say seriously, then I'm embarrassed for you.

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                    • #25
                      hey splane i got new gam.
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