The Mudcat Café TM
Thread #161689   Message #3844788
Posted By: Senoufou
14-Mar-17 - 03:05 AM
Thread Name: BS: Spam
Subject: RE: BS: Spam
My goodness Joe, we practically lived on Spam just after the War, I didn't like it all that much (especially in the form of Spam fritters in school dinners; greasy tepid slices of fatty gunk) I never knew it was produced in Austin Minnesota. Looking at your link about the museum (hahaha a Spam Museum! :) ), there's a huge tin of the stuff, and it's exactly the same colour and design; brings back memories!

I don't mind getting spam related to what I've been browsing, such as gardening, travel, wildlife, sewing etc. I do not, however, browse for hot Russian ladies.

This morning I was smiling again, as there was an advert for a cruise. 'They' obviously aren't aware that I only have to glance at a ship and I'm as sick as a dog. If ever I went on a cruise, I'd bring a very large bucket and an enormous sack of Stugeron tablets.

Oh EBarnacle, how super that you have a Russian lady of your own!