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[challenge entry] I couldn't find an image of the spicy version.

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(, Wed 18 Feb 2004, 12:12, archived)
# woo
i think the chunky crunch is better than spicy
(, Wed 18 Feb 2004, 12:13, archived)
# Yester-you....
Yester-me....
Yester-YAY!!!!!

(c) Stevie Wonder
(, Wed 18 Feb 2004, 12:13, archived)
# When is someone going to tell that poor guy...
...he's got a yukka plant on his head.
(, Wed 18 Feb 2004, 12:15, archived)
# What's a Yukka Plant??
???
(, Wed 18 Feb 2004, 12:16, archived)
# think stevie wonder's hair
only with more chlorophyl
(, Wed 18 Feb 2004, 12:18, archived)
# It looks like a very elaborate weave.
Common people usually have them in their lounges.
(, Wed 18 Feb 2004, 12:18, archived)
# Aha!!!
Got it....

(, Wed 18 Feb 2004, 12:21, archived)
# ssshhhhhhh!
he might be reading ... oh
(, Wed 18 Feb 2004, 12:17, archived)
# He should have
got a proper haircut
(, Wed 18 Feb 2004, 12:19, archived)
# Well, let's face it...
Stevie Wonder is an experimentalist hairdressers dream. If I got my hands on him, I'd give him an assymetrical screw bob.
(, Wed 18 Feb 2004, 12:21, archived)
# And what about the haircut?
(, Wed 18 Feb 2004, 12:28, archived)
# Tsk!
Your ignorance of the experimental hair-do field is neither funny nor clever.
(, Wed 18 Feb 2004, 12:31, archived)
#
I can't disagree more
beagles are for experiments
hair is for regulating the temperature of your brain
(, Wed 18 Feb 2004, 12:32, archived)
# Tell that to my customers.
Mrs Irene Dowodu has the thickest weave I've ever laid eyes on. And she can still add up.
(, Wed 18 Feb 2004, 12:36, archived)
# shows what you know
I've caused a small revolution with my stomach acid perm
(, Wed 18 Feb 2004, 12:41, archived)
# NOBODY is doing that anymore.
It's far too harsh, although very environmentally friendly.
(, Wed 18 Feb 2004, 12:46, archived)
# sppppffft
(and so the french onion soup follows where so many cups of coffee have gone before)
(, Wed 18 Feb 2004, 12:31, archived)