I had a churro for lunch
Originally Posted by LadyNimrodelle Likewise...now I have a craving I can't satisfy! Geez Clara... You're welcome!
Originally Posted by Aura of Foreboding Come now, BarbaraAnn. The RCMC has always had themes. And I am calling this one: Post 654. I am just alerting everyone that we are approaching Post 654. If you get Post 654, you get to select the next post for us to go after, so on and so forth. It's tradition. And it's what we British do. Originally Posted by Poisonedapples interesting!
very random.. Very Llama.
Originally Posted by Aura of Foreboding Very Llama. I shall never look at a Llama the same again....
Originally Posted by clara I shall never look at a Llama the same again.... Nor should you.
Are Alpacas and Llamas cousins?
Camel is key.
Originally Posted by Aura of Foreboding Camel is key. Uh ok...you lost me....?
Camelid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mkay, thanks for the Camel lesson....I was talking about Alpacas Alpaca - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I guess it's that time of day again.
May 11 - 16, 2015
Originally Posted by Barbaraann I guess it's that time of day again. What time of day...
You both are confusing the heck outta me!
Originally Posted by clara Mkay, thanks for the Camel lesson....I was talking about Alpacas Alpaca - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia . Camelids are members of the biological family Camelidae, the only living family in the suborder Tylopoda. Dromedaries, Bactrian camels, llamas, alpacas, vicuñas, and guanacos are in this group.
Reminds me of another person by the same name...
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