Tue Jan 04, 2005 2:46 pm

Next you'll be trying to get the army to serve POS (Possum On a Shingle).

Tue Jan 04, 2005 7:14 pm

WHEEE DOGGIES...You say Jethro AND Granny's fixin' to git ol' Country? I know I can take Jethro (just a swift kick to his plums and he'll be finnished). :twisted: ..it's Granny that's got me a mite worried! :oops:

OH WELL...When you're a budding Possum tycoon...EVERYBODY'S OUT TA GIT YA! 8)

Tue Jan 04, 2005 7:36 pm

"..it's Granny that's got me a mite worried!

Hey Country, don't forget, Granny's a brain surgeon. :roll:

Wed Jan 05, 2005 10:22 am

:( Is that possum natural road sun dried or hung on a line somewhere in the sun? Makes a big difference in taste and the tire tracks sure do add to the appearance. Gives it that Bar Be Q grill look! The labelen looks real high tonney so it might just be the real thing!

Thu Jan 06, 2005 3:12 am

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I think you'd have to be potted to eat that stuff :shock: Armadillo is much tastier and you can use the shell for a parts bin :lol: :lol: 8)

Thu Jan 06, 2005 6:04 am

Well, I must admit that I like the coloration in Big Dog's Canned Possum :D . But, I'm banking on the fact the my characature will do the sellin'...Like the guy said who did the artwork..."Son, you got a BIG HEAD for this possum thing...so let's show it on the can" :lol:

As for Brent's comment...YES, this is authentic road-run-over-till-it's-dead possum (not like some of those IMPOSTERS who trap it...skin it...and hang it on the clothes line to age! :cry: There's only ONE TENNESSEE SUN-DRIED POSSUM IN A CAN....'Country' Elliott's (accept NO SUBSTITUTIONS) :D ...Look for MY BIG HEAD and MY SLOGAN "DOWN HOME FLAVOR Y'ALL CAN'T BEAT WITH A STICK" :wink: