Ew, stop posting pictures of your midgethands.
11 pound lobster
@ that 11 pounder that's decent. It's a little culled with it's crusher, but still. Looks a lot nicer than that lonely claw at the top.
@ that 11 pounder that's decent. It's a little culled with it's crusher, but still. Looks a [b4dd688f563] little[/b4dd688f563] nicer than that [b4dd688f563]sweet looking[/b4dd688f563] claw at the top.[/quote4dd688f563][b4dd688f563]
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wow, that would take a weeks pay to order
In case you were still wondering, he didn't add ".jpg".url==http://=http:///url ;)
[quote00a3161d16="Rabbitizer"]wow, that would take a weeks pay to order[/quote00a3161d16]
Y'know, that's sad, but true. I hear the horror stories of people living in central Canada (and the U.S.) having to pay about $30 per pound for lobster. Down home you can get lobsters for free, as long as you know a fisherman. If you don't, you can still go down to the wharf, or lobster pound, and get them for $6 per pound. And, on top of that, they don't get any fresher than getting from the wharf.
I go to Harbor Inn restaurant.. $10 all you can eat buffet -SEAFOOD! and yes LOBSTERS TOO!
I'm sure it's quality food.
Wow now I am hungry. I wonder how old that lobster is? Any guesses?