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Quick, get your smokers and crock pots ready. It's going to be easy pickings!!!!

It's so cold in Florida, iguanas might fall from trees

MIAMI —

It's so cold in Florida that iguanas are falling from their perches in suburban trees.

The National Weather Service in Miami said temperatures will dip into the 30s and 40s, meaning it is possible people in South Florida will have to watch out for falling iguanas.

https://www.wesh.com/article/its-so-cold-in-florida-iguanas-might-fall-from-trees/30616356

 

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10 hours ago, Sniper said:

Quick, get your smokers and crock pots ready. It's going to be easy pickings!!!!

It's so cold in Florida, iguanas might fall from trees

MIAMI —

It's so cold in Florida that iguanas are falling from their perches in suburban trees.

The National Weather Service in Miami said temperatures will dip into the 30s and 40s, meaning it is possible people in South Florida will have to watch out for falling iguanas.

https://www.wesh.com/article/its-so-cold-in-florida-iguanas-might-fall-from-trees/30616356

 

Did Schumer blame Trump for this yet?

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15 minutes ago, CMJeepster said:

Did Schumer blame Trump for this yet?

He’s too busy helping with the effort to register them as democratic voters. 

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2 minutes ago, Displaced Texan said:

Zeke likes fruit with his meat. 

Lizard is tropical...

and it’s Asian fusion @Displaced Texan! Get hip ffs!

6 minutes ago, Grapeshot said:

@Displaced Texan read this! I win!!!!

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6 hours ago, Displaced Texan said:

Soak iguana tail in coconut milk overnight, and chicken fry it. See what happens 

Catch iguana live and feed it coconut for a week. Then eat.... kinda like grass fed beef. 

 

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