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GOODSTUFF4U 10 year s ago
BUGS!
       
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Jayzen Freeze 10 year s ago
It is called catch those mutherfuckers they are worth money people love to eat these well some do.. also it is not good to wait till the problem is that bad be for doing something.
       
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izzimyfizzi 10 year s ago
They are not called crayfish, they are called Yabbies.
       
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Oh_My 10 year s ago
Yabbies?...never heard that perhaps not an English word...Crayfish or Crawdads here in the U.S., basically they're fresh water Lobster.
       
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Dreth 10 year s ago
Leave it to australians to unnecessarily rename everything.
       
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Dreth 10 year s ago
lrnhow2internetz Arseface

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yabby
       
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izzimyfizzi 10 year s ago
Leave it Americans to be totally self absorbed enough not to know any better.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_yabby
       
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Oh_My 10 year s ago
Get over your self pity...you were that one that said it they weren't Crayfish....sorry if I don't don't know your Aussie phrases ...by the way I do hate the Aussie accent...so there no you can hate me more.
       
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ptpie 10 year s ago
mud bugs can't be very fresh eh?
       
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orendadude 10 year s ago
Snacks in whatever country though I do tend to agree with the Aussie. It's pretty self absorbed to assume your way is the way it should be everywhere.
       
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2Cool4Ice 10 year s ago
#9 what is that for creature?? no turtle different tale!
       
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