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    Fourth from the bottom, in a manner of speaking.
    Lucy's Seafood Kitchen Millcreek Drive Mississauga.
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    [quote name='chrisgreaves' post='763944' date='06-Mar-2009 20:24']Fourth from the bottom, in a manner of speaking.
    Lucy's Seafood Kitchen Millcreek Drive Mississauga.[/quote]
    "wild caught lemon" - wow, that's a mighty adventurous dish!

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    [quote name='chrisgreaves' post='763944' date='07-Mar-2009 02:24']Fourth from the bottom, in a manner of speaking.
    Lucy's Seafood Kitchen Millcreek Drive Mississauga.[/quote]

    I go up to Canada at least twice a year and I have never seen one of them there “Wild Caught Lemons”.

    The only Lemons I have ever seen up there are small, yellow, oval shaped, meek looking, with a bump protruding on each end that sit quietly in their grocery display.

    What are your wild strawberries like?
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    [quote name='pauliez' post='763982' date='06-Mar-2009 17:24']What are your wild strawberries like? [/quote]

    Why like this of course.
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    [quote name='pauliez' post='763982' date='06-Mar-2009 19:24']I go up to Canada at least twice a year and I have never seen one of them there “Wild Caught Lemons”. The only Lemons I have ever seen up there are small, yellow, oval shaped, meek looking, with a bump protruding on each end that sit quietly ...[/quote]Their formal name up here is "tourists"! (Grin!)

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    [quote name='chrisgreaves' post='764034' date='07-Mar-2009 19:44']Their formal name up here is "tourists"! (Grin!)[/quote]

    That's being nice to your visitors.

    Lately down here we sometimes label our "Tourists" as "Illegals".
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    The Gator Fingers caught my eye. I always that those were toes!!

    [quote name='pauliez' post='764110' date='07-Mar-2009 23:19']That's being nice to your visitors.

    Lately down here we sometimes label our "Tourists" as "Illegals". [/quote]

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    [quote name='BCKessinger' post='764632' date='10-Mar-2009 23:15']The Gator Fingers caught my eye. I always that those were toes!![/quote]


    Taste like Chicken!
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    [quote name='chrisgreaves' post='763944' date='06-Mar-2009 19:24']Fourth from the bottom, in a manner of speaking.[/quote]
    That's what happens when you eschew hyphens, and commas...
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    [quote name='BATcher' post='764905' date='11-Mar-2009 16:21']That's what happens when you eschew hyphens, and commas...[/quote]
    (At my age, I'm glad this didn't extend to a discussion of colons and the lower vowels!)

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