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    Pic 1.

    Eggs for Breakfast

    Pic2This Snake was just 15mtrs. away, Guess what his breakfast would be.

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    There, now you see, if you'd of been Bear Grylls that would have been your complete main meal in one for the whole day there you know, waldo!

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    Snake ala Eggs, or if in France, Eggs ala Snake!

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    Trever, I tought him all I know and he still knows nothing . Cheers.

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    Like it! Reminds me of the old Bobby Dylan song lyric about 'I forgot more things than most folks ever truly know.'

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    Trevor, Why have you changed your Picy thing?.Didnt spot it at first.

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    I change avatar pictures on here like snakes and other reptiles shed into new skin, I know! I just fancied a change again is all, and it is about my sixth reincarnation on here picture-wise so far in fact. I started off as Jesus Christ and now I'm down to the Windy level!

    Every so often I change my avatar, change is good. At present this current 'hiker' one unifies my OM and my Facebook picture face image though! I use that picture on there too right now you see.

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