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g1amourpuss g1amourpuss 8 years
I was born a coona$$ (but I do not live in Louisiana anymore).. that is easy. :)
Tami715 Tami715 8 years
I LOVE shrimp, but I prefer to buy them peeled and de-veined. Yummy!
Jude-C Jude-C 8 years
I had to peel and de-vein thousands of shrimp as a kid (parents owned a Chinese restaurant and put me to work).
shoneyjoe shoneyjoe 8 years
My father can peel shrimp with his teeth simply by swiping bits off of it while holding it in his chopsticks. I want that skill.
ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
it's funny - cause when i was younger we would go to this place that had peel and eat shrimp, and i thought that i was really doing it all there since i was taking off the shell thing, and some other stuff. only was it when i got older and realized that there was a head and everything that was already taken off in preparation did i realize that maybe i don't like the idea of it anymore. at least now i'm a veggie so i don't have to worry about it - but it's like the whole fish thing - i don't like to eat anything that has eyes and can see me - and even if it's dead i feel like it can see me.
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