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    Do you think I will have problems sneaking about 4 batches of brownies on an airplane?

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    No brah!! do it!!


    Airports are way lax these days!

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    yeah do it and if you see a dog feed him with the brownies

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedudeowner View Post
    Do you think I will have problems sneaking about 4 batches of brownies on an airplane?
    Do you have a good recipe for those? Could you email that to me?
    I'm starving... let's get some f*ckin french toast!

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    PM to me too!

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    Your fucking stupid.

    Sniffer dogs dont smell the whole thing.

    For example, when humans smell a pizza, they smell a pizza. When a dog smells a pizza, it smells, cheese, tomato, bread, basil, etc etc.

    Your gonna get yourself thrown in prison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meadowsmeister View Post
    Your fucking stupid.

    Sniffer dogs dont smell the whole thing.

    For example, when humans smell a pizza, they smell a pizza. When a dog smells a pizza, it smells, cheese, tomato, bread, basil, etc etc.

    Your gonna get yourself thrown in prison.
    I think it's a great idea!

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    Default Re: Brownies on an airplane

    I snuck moonbeam banana bread on an airplane once no problem...and this was in february 2002.

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    Default Re: Brownies on an airplane

    I was coming back from Thailand last August and had some jarred cilantro in my bag. Customs wondered what it was but they never opened it nor did they have a dog sniff my bag. They simply ran the bag through another x-ray machine under the agriculture part of U.S. customs.

    Try it and report back!

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    Default Re: Brownies on an airplane

    dont say i didnt warn you.

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