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Exclamation Beef Jerky?

Yay or Nay?

Is it pretty much dog food?
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Incredibly delicious, manly, and overpriced.
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Incredibly delicious, manly, and overpriced.
holy shit, best answer ever in less than 1 minute
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I like venison or elk jerky better, because it's always homemade (when I get it) and it's cheaper (when I get it). I can only justify getting jerky when I'm going backpacking.
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I like venison or elk jerky better, because it's always homemade (when I get it) and it's cheaper (when I get it). I can only justify getting jerky when I'm going backpacking.
you should have married my wife

I'm allowed to eat beef jerky for dinner EVERY night.
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I like venison or elk jerky better, because it's always homemade (when I get it) and it's cheaper (when I get it). I can only justify getting jerky when I'm going backpacking.
nice for long car trips.
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Beef jerky is ****ing awesome. Why the hell would you call it dog food unless you were a ****ing worthless moron?
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yah, and dogs love it to.
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I'll vote for teh awesome as well, but I'll also vote for teh expensive, so I usually pass.
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If you don't mind the sodium, it's one of the healthiest of the long lasting snack foods.
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