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    Nom, nom, nom

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    [I my frozen 3 musketeers bar]


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    i was just eating frozen grapes, but your frozen musketeers bar sounds waaaayyyyy better!
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    I tell my dogs "nom nom nom!!" when it's time for their dinner. However, I was outside the other day and said it rather loudly. Got some odd looks. Whatever.

    I came inside and later that evening was flipping through the tv channels. One had a movie called "Nom Nom Nom". I asked my husband what that meant in Korean.

    Oy.

    Nom means bastard!!

    Yep, loudly and proudly I had announced to my dogs, in front of my Korean neighbors, "Bastard! Bastard! Bastard!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Songtan Sally View Post
    I tell my dogs "nom nom nom!!" when it's time for their dinner. However, I was outside the other day and said it rather loudly. Got some odd looks. Whatever.

    I came inside and later that evening was flipping through the tv channels. One had a movie called "Nom Nom Nom". I asked my husband what that meant in Korean.

    Oy.

    Nom means bastard!!

    Yep, loudly and proudly I had announced to my dogs, in front of my Korean neighbors, "Bastard! Bastard! Bastard!"




    I'm pretty sure you're my hero

    My husband says "nom, nom, nom" while he's chewing. This whole time he's been calling me a bastard!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Songtan Sally View Post
    I tell my dogs "nom nom nom!!" when it's time for their dinner. However, I was outside the other day and said it rather loudly. Got some odd looks. Whatever.

    I came inside and later that evening was flipping through the tv channels. One had a movie called "Nom Nom Nom". I asked my husband what that meant in Korean.

    Oy.

    Nom means bastard!!

    Yep, loudly and proudly I had announced to my dogs, in front of my Korean neighbors, "Bastard! Bastard! Bastard!"

    LMAO!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThunderWorks View Post
    [I my frozen 3 musketeers bar]
    Aren't they the best? 3 Muskateers is my favorite candy bar!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Songtan Sally View Post
    I tell my dogs "nom nom nom!!" when it's time for their dinner. However, I was outside the other day and said it rather loudly. Got some odd looks. Whatever.

    I came inside and later that evening was flipping through the tv channels. One had a movie called "Nom Nom Nom". I asked my husband what that meant in Korean.

    Oy.

    Nom means bastard!!

    Yep, loudly and proudly I had announced to my dogs, in front of my Korean neighbors, "Bastard! Bastard! Bastard!"

    I ask my dog if he wants Noms-Noms.. And he gets excited. lol
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    HAHAHAHAHA!

    you guys crack me up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Songtan Sally View Post
    I tell my dogs "nom nom nom!!" when it's time for their dinner. However, I was outside the other day and said it rather loudly. Got some odd looks. Whatever.

    I came inside and later that evening was flipping through the tv channels. One had a movie called "Nom Nom Nom". I asked my husband what that meant in Korean.

    Oy.

    Nom means bastard!!

    Yep, loudly and proudly I had announced to my dogs, in front of my Korean neighbors, "Bastard! Bastard! Bastard!"




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