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**Early Bread and Milk Warning System**

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safety blanket won't do poo for 3 inches of snow fall. Run for the hills. Save yourself.

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I've already ordered 4 gallons of milk and 8 loaves of bread from HT online. Thanks, Saint....or should I call you Lifesaver??

Bitches don't even know the awesomo french toasts I be a cookin' when the snow be a fallin'.

:Angel_anim:

btw, get HT to bring you some Habanero-Pineapple Salsa...its awesome.

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safety blanket won't do poo for 3 inches of snow fall. Run for the hills. Save yourself.

3 inches of snow is one thing...an inch or more of ice is a whole other ballgame. run, run for your life.

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Never have understood the whole milk and bread thing. I do keep a supply of firewood in case the power goes out, and I usually fill at least one of the cars up with gas so I don't have to get out at the gas station. But other than that, I don't need to buy anything.

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Dude, because when the power goes out due to bad weather, milk is a well known energy source for the refrigerator. Duh.

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Forecast for Fri night/Saturday now colder.

Low Friday night 24

Saturday wintry mix, high 40

We're gunna die

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This situation kind of slipped my mind. Thinks I'll go to town to get a coat now. Thanks OP! :D

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82 and sunny in Orlando Saturday, we leave Friday morning, have a good weekend yall.

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I just shoved two baquettes up my ass, should be all set.

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I don't even want to know what you consider the milk

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