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The "Which Would You Rather Eat" Thread

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by erictheobscure, Sep 24, 2012.

  1. erictheobscure

    erictheobscure Well-Known Member

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    ROUND ONE

    Not enough capitalism = abjection:

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    Too much capitalism = abjection:

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    ROUND TWO

    Trying too hard:

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    WTF is plating?

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  2. The Thin Man

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  3. itsstillmatt

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    The first picture doesn't bother me at all. I bet it is fine. For the second, can I have burgers for lunch and tostada for dinner, or is it an all in one seating thing. The mole is probably great, but don't tell rambo. The wet fart I would not touch.
     
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    There is a certain Van Gogh-like quality about dcarch's work.
     
  6. erictheobscure

    erictheobscure Well-Known Member

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    ROUND THREE

    Fuck you, this is carrot tartare:
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    Fuck you, I fried you some mayo with that beef tongue:
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    ROUND FOUR

    Take my wife, please, and her breast milk that I turned into cheese:

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    Taco my waxworms, please:

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  7. impolyt_one

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    Would go for the beef tongue and the breast milk, for sure.
     
  8. b1os

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    Carrot tartare (although I don't think it fits in this thread).
     
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  9. erictheobscure

    erictheobscure Well-Known Member

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    For the record, I would go: crazy Mongolian animal boil > pizzamonster, mole > dcarchemorrhoid, tongue with mayo > carrot with fixins, and, uhh, hmm, err, I guess breast milk cheese > maggot taco? Not sure about that last one.
     
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    Oh, round four I'm in for the maggot taco.
     
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  11. Jr Mouse

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    Round one, i'd try either meal.

    Round two, mole.

    Round three, beef tongue.

    Round four, the waxworms.
     
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  12. itsstillmatt

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    His ear period.
     
  13. erictheobscure

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    HEART OF DARKNESS

    Korean dog stew:
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    Chinese cat stew:
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  14. b1os

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    Dog stew looks better.
     
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    Dog stew. Agree that it looks better.
     
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  18. erictheobscure

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    <-- Wu says, "Dog-eating cocksucker!"
     
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    y'know as much as I've seen places where they serve dog meat not just in china but in some parts of azn-land, I've never heard/seen/encountered a particular region that serves cat meat.
     
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    Me neither.

    I've seen (and eaten) dog, horse, snake, lizard, assorted small mammals that resemble rats (such as "grass-cutters") and other things, but have never knowingly eaten cats, nor seen it on a menu.

    I've got to say that, with regard to the above meats, it's all in the preparation/cooking. I've had good dog, and I've had some very bad dog.
     

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