Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by lordmarcovan, Dec 22, 2017.
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Reading through the poll gave me a good laugh. Thanks @lordmarcovan.
Isn't everything a cat treat???
Have you checked it for the rare double fin error? From your post, I am pretty sure I saw some doubling at the fin.
it has a "finned" reverse!!!!
My Lord the Royal Surgeon advised against drinking all that sweet lead. He felt that 15 liters might be a touch to much.
Your Humble servant,
This tale reminds me of how my best buddy in college and I used to play high-stakes poker.
No, not for cash, nor even for loose change. We were broke college students, remember.
No, we gambled with Peanut M&Ms.
The "high stakes gambling" part was because there was always this one particular mutant M&M which had lost most of its candy shell and had usually picked up a coating of fuzz or other foreign debris from being passed to and fro all night, and ending up on the floor underneath some piece of furniture at least once.
The loser had to eat that one.
(And now you know how I got this way.)
I think Wexler has a new classification for fin errors. Better send this one in quick so you can get a low number and be on the ground floor so to speak. Then you can brag to all your buddies about YOUR Wexler variety YOU discovered. Oh boy won’t we all be proud of you My Lord.
THEN YOU CAN STICK IT IN THE ECLECTIC BOX!!!!!!
(The lead Sire back off the lead)
I love this one!
Yep, it could be LMF-001
I totally would have picked up that cheese!*
Just so I could chase my daughter around with it.
* Oh, don't worry- I would've used tweezers or tongs or a stick or something. I'm not crazy.
OK, well, I'm not THAT crazy.
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