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See, I thought it was all peanut butter, but then maybe I haven't been paying as close attention as I should be?  And my (younger) daughter Sahara is in the pic. We thought she looked cute with her frowny face on.
 

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GabrieltheCelt said:
Ian Lazarus said:
Frogs legs do not taste like chicken....even remotely!
Hmm. I thought they tasted similar; maybe the frog legs are a little more gamey though.  After an all day canoe trip, when the sun begins to set and the breeze is a little cooler- they taste amazing with a little garlic and salt...and a beer! :)  I've had frog legs in a nice French restaurant before, but you can't beat 'em as campfire food;  Yum!
Man, for my first time eating frog legs, I would probably need to drink a six-pack to get me to the point where anything tastes good. :p
 

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I don't get the frog leg/chicken connection at all. Frog legs remind me of mmmmmmmm....alligator! Yum.
 

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mike said:
Is beer in the US sold in 0,33 l or 0,5 l cans?
Beer is usually sold in 6-pack 12 oz (about 355 ml) bottles or cans, with cheaper stuff in cans.  You can also find high quality (microbrews) in 22 oz (about 650 ml) bottles.  You sometimes see cheap crap in "40's" (40 oz, about 1,2 L), like Coors, Bud, Keystone, Cobra, Natural Lite, Mickey's, etc.  This is like beer to get drunk since it is cheap.
 

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Asteriktos said:
See, I thought it was all peanut butter, but then maybe I haven't been paying as close attention as I should be?  And my (younger) daughter Sahara is in the pic. We thought she looked cute with her frowny face on.
Sahara, as in the desert? And she is cute, ma shaa'allaah, even with the frown.
 

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We weren't really thinking of the desert when we named her that, though I guess that's probably the most famous example of the name. We also don't pronounce it the same way the Sahara desert is pronounced (sa hair ah), but rather pronounce the "har" as in "hard" (sa har ah). I guess after getting grief for naming our first daughter Athanasia Kharatina, we wanted to go with something simpler (Sahara Rylee), lol.
 

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You learn something new every day. :) And I think that's good, in that there'd be less people mispronouncing her name, as even her pre-school teacher does at times, hehe. 
 

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