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Crab Rain Falls Over Dartford

Posted on Friday, 22 October, 2004 | Comment icon 4 comments


Image credit: Charles Laigo
 
"A keen gardener got the shock of her life when a freak storm rained 20 crabs down on her."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Fluffybunny on 22 October, 2004, 19:13
Now if we could just get "Melted butter and lemon juice rain..." And would it kill ya to rain down a nice white wine to go with this dinner?
Comment icon #2 Posted by Scar on 22 October, 2004, 19:36
It looks like those Crabs Landed on her Face
Comment icon #3 Posted by AztecInca on 23 October, 2004, 1:44
LOL! That would have been very freaky! Those crabs are lucky they didn`t land in a restraunt!
Comment icon #4 Posted by tess0211 on 23 October, 2004, 3:48
Now if we could just get "Melted butter and lemon juice rain..." And would it kill ya to rain down a nice white wine to go with this dinner? 320055[/snapback]


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