Rhinopotamus and Hippoceros

Submitted by Wolf on 1/30/05 at 10:50 PM. ( Howl@the.moon )

What is the difference in a Rhinopotamus and a Hippoceros?

And does anyone know where I can find one or the other or both?

Thank you!

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I'll Bet.........

This response submitted by Old Fart on 1/30/05 at 10:54 PM. ( )

....Cur can make you at least one of each!

No he won't!

This response submitted by Wolf on 1/30/05 at 10:56 PM. ( )

Cur will make me do it while he sits on his computer and tells me how. And heaven forbid if I screw up cause then he'll make me start over again!


This response submitted by Glen on 1/30/05 at 11:53 PM. ( )

Sorry. No help.

Cur Wouldn't Do That.........

This response submitted by Old Fart on 1/31/05 at 1:13 AM. ( )

......Besides, you wouldn't have the time. From what he tells me you spend all your time on the shore and bring back buckets of crap(that's not what he called it, but I try to keep it polite!). LOL


This response submitted by Wolf on 1/31/05 at 8:54 AM. ( )

Yeah, he would say that. I, in all actuality, came back not only with buckets and bags full of stuff, but usually covered in mud, seaweeds and various what not too. But that was after I got all my chores done!

Hey Glen is an Elephino related to an Elephono? If so I already have one of them.

They are good to eat!

This response submitted by ByGolly on 1/31/05 at 12:14 PM. ( )

Rhinopotamus Florentine


2 10-ounce packages frozen chopped spinach
1 10 1/2-ounce can condensed cream of chicken soup
1/4 cup shredded Swiss cheese (1 ounce)
2 tablespoons salad dressing or mayonnaise
1 teaspoon lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
1-1/2 cups chopped cooked Rhinopotamus
1 cup soft bread crumbs
2 tablespoons margarine or butter, melted

Cook spinach according to package directions, except use unsalted water; drain. Mix soup, cheese, salad dressing, lemon juice, and Worcestershire; bring to boiling. Blend 3/4 cup sauce with spinach. Pat spinach mixture into 6 individual casseroles. Top with Rhinopotamus. Spoon remaining sauce over. Combine crumbs and margarine; sprinkle atop casseroles. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. Makes 6 servings.


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