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2009/07/29 00:15:35 (permalink)
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Eating Animals

Where would you draw the line and why?
 
I would eat dog, pigeon etc to be honest I would eat most animals, they are just meat to be honest, why should some be treated different from others?
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    MJH
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    Re:Eating Animals 2009/07/29 00:17:07 (permalink)
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    Id probably eat a beaver
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    Re:Eating Animals 2009/07/29 00:18:00 (permalink)
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    Paul Merton doesnt mind

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    Re:Eating Animals 2009/07/29 00:19:38 (permalink)
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    I'd eat all of them....
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    Re:Eating Animals 2009/07/29 00:25:34 (permalink)
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    Will eat pretty much anything.Eaten all sorts of bugs and insects in the Far East.Had crocodile as well there.

    Turned down Deep Fried Tarantula in Cambodia though,And a revolting looking fish head soup that looked like diarreah.
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    Re:Eating Animals 2009/07/29 00:25:43 (permalink)
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    AWG

    I'd eat all of them....


    Agree, If I was hungry and hadnt been to the shops, I would have no remorse about sticking the dog in the oven.  Why do people get so attached to animals, it does my tits in when you see people crying like babies when the pet canery dies, wtf.
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    Re:Eating Animals 2009/07/29 00:27:17 (permalink)
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    If someone served me Dog on a plate, i would have to restraine myself from inserting my foot(which would be close to travelling at the speed of sound)  between there ass cheeks!





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    Re:Eating Animals 2009/07/29 00:27:30 (permalink)
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    It's different when it's your pet,but i would have no problem eating other people's pets.
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    Re:Eating Animals 2009/07/29 00:30:16 (permalink)
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    Lucutis

    If someone served me Dog on a plate, i would have to restraine myself from inserting my foot(which would be close to travelling at the speed of sound)  between there ass cheeks!


    This is a psychologial response though.If you were served meat curry but did not know what meat it was you would probably eat it with no complaints.Same with horse meat.The French eat alot of it,but here it is looked down upon.
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    Re:Eating Animals 2009/07/29 00:31:32 (permalink)
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    Lucutis

    If someone served me Dog on a plate, i would have to restraine myself from inserting my foot(which would be close to travelling at the speed of sound)  between there ass cheeks!


    This is a psychologial response though.If you were served meat curry but did not know what meat it was you would probably eat it with no complaints.Same with horse meat.The French eat alot of it,but here it is looked down upon.


    Agree^^^^^^^
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    Re:Eating Animals 2009/07/29 00:33:36 (permalink)
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    Lucutis

    If someone served me Dog on a plate, i would have to restraine myself from inserting my foot(which would be close to travelling at the speed of sound)  between there ass cheeks!


    This is a psychologial response though.If you were served meat curry but did not know what meat it was you would probably eat it with no complaints.Same with horse meat.The French eat alot of it,but here it is looked down upon.


    If i knew it was dog prior to them serving it, id refuse it.





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    Re:Eating Animals 2009/07/29 00:36:47 (permalink)
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    When I was in china I would see stales selling dog all the time, for me it was no difference than passing by the local butcher shop here.
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    Re:Eating Animals 2009/07/29 00:40:59 (permalink)
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    Lucutis

    If someone served me Dog on a plate, i would have to restraine myself from inserting my foot(which would be close to travelling at the speed of sound)  between there ass cheeks!


    This is a psychologial response though.If you were served meat curry but did not know what meat it was you would probably eat it with no complaints.Same with horse meat.The French eat alot of it,but here it is looked down upon.


    If i knew it was dog prior to them serving it, id refuse it.


    Personally i can't see the difference with eating dog,pig,cow,crocodile etc..

    It's all meat.
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    Re:Eating Animals 2009/07/29 00:41:20 (permalink)
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    How can a dog be farmed exactly?
     
    It cannot,
     
    If you saw the conditions these animals are put though prior to them be slaughtered you would also find it revolting!





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    Re:Eating Animals 2009/07/29 00:42:23 (permalink)
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    No difference imo to the pic below, as was said its all in the head.

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    Re:Eating Animals 2009/07/29 00:43:12 (permalink)
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    Lucutis

    How can a dog be farmed exactly?
     
    It cannot,
     
    If you saw the conditions these animals are put though prior to them be slaughtered you would also find it revolting!


    But you can say that for chickens.They are kept in appalling conditions so we can buy them for £2 in Tesco.
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    Re:Eating Animals 2009/07/29 00:43:27 (permalink)
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    re read my post above





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    Re:Eating Animals 2009/07/29 00:45:23 (permalink)
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    Lucutis

    How can a dog be farmed exactly?

    It cannot,

    If you saw the conditions these animals are put though prior to them be slaughtered you would also find it revolting!


    But you can say that for chickens.They are kept in appalling conditions so we can buy them for £2 in Tesco.


    when you buy your £2 chicken think of this

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    Re:Eating Animals 2009/07/29 00:45:43 (permalink)
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    Lucutis

    How can a dog be farmed exactly?

    It cannot,

    If you saw the conditions these animals are put though prior to them be slaughtered you would also find it revolting!


    But you can say that for chickens.They are kept in appalling conditions so we can buy them for £2 in Tesco.

    Agreed but free range chickens are farmed to a more humane method.





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    Re:Eating Animals 2009/07/29 00:45:58 (permalink)
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    All animals can be farmed.Just because a dog is domesticated does not mean it can't be eaten.Same with people who won't eat rabbits.They picture a cute little bunny wunny.

    I respect your beliefs and choices mate.

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