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Avatar of GI KoreaBy on March 24th, 2013 at 1:53 pm

Picture of the Day: South Korean Oyster Ban To US Ends


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  • Smokes
    4:36 pm on March 24th, 2013 1

    The lady on the left is “69″. :D

  • Bobby Ray
    4:43 pm on March 24th, 2013 2

    Smokes I reckon she should be eating clams then.

  • tbonetylr
    5:45 am on March 25th, 2013 3

    Eat at your own risk for you could have a special gene inside you that makes you more susceptible at catching the Mad Oyster Korean disease. :lol:

  • Jerry Foley
    11:45 am on March 25th, 2013 4

    Well I did not even know of such a band. Then on top of this in recent years I have not been eating many oysters anyhow due to them being high in cholesterol.

  • Thomas Lee
    1:52 pm on March 25th, 2013 5

    good for stamina. each muchie

  • Mooseknuckle
    4:42 pm on March 25th, 2013 6

    I’m happy the Blue Oyster was taken off the Area I off-limits list.

  • Bobby Ray
    12:47 am on March 26th, 2013 7

    Jerry I read in the internets that them scientists have been doing all sorts of science stuff and the can’t find no kind of link between the cholesterol you eat and the cholesterol they find in your blood. Them diet magazines and daytime woman shows don’t take no notice and food companies keep putting bigger and bigger balloons on their labeles hollering about low cholesterol. I think we is all being had to keep our minds off them things like GMO crops and factory farms and chemicals and how processed wheat ain’t much better than a poison. I”ll take me some of them oysters over most of that processed slop just about any time.


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