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2014-06-18 10:47:07 AM  
Dog meat needs a name. We tend to give mammalian meat special names ("beef" for cattle, "pork" for pigs, etc.) while other forms of meat are simply referred to as the animal from whence it came ("chicken", "trout", "lobster", etc.)

I feel weird just calling it "dog meat" when I order.
 
2014-06-18 10:48:34 AM  

spawn73: cgraves67: spawn73: bikerbob59: untaken_name: Who in their right mind eats uninspected dog meat?

Apparently those that would eat dog meat to begin with.

There's nothing more hypocritical than a meat eater, than decides that eating X animal is wrong.

While I fall on the side of "if it's meat, I can eat it", I'm okay with people having subtle nuances in their selection of meats.

Sure. But acting like eating dog is some kind of psychotic behaviour doesn't fall into that resonable category.

I wouldn't, example, eat roaches on purpose, but on the other hand, I don't cry myself to sleep over the notion that someone might like a deepfried roach.


Well, there's a new fair food I should try.
 
2014-06-18 10:49:59 AM  

bikerbob59: spawn73: cgraves67: spawn73: bikerbob59: untaken_name: Who in their right mind eats uninspected dog meat?

Apparently those that would eat dog meat to begin with.

There's nothing more hypocritical than a meat eater, than decides that eating X animal is wrong.

While I fall on the side of "if it's meat, I can eat it", I'm okay with people having subtle nuances in their selection of meats.

Sure. But acting like eating dog is some kind of psychotic behaviour doesn't fall into that resonable category.

I wouldn't, example, eat roaches on purpose, but on the other hand, I don't cry myself to sleep over the notion that someone might like a deepfried roach.

Well, there's a new fair food I should try.


For all you know, you've already had it. They just called it something else.
 
2014-06-18 10:56:36 AM  
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Man, this was one of these times they said "Don't Look" and I should have listened

/Poor pups
 
2014-06-18 10:57:14 AM  

FormlessOne: Dog meat needs a name. We tend to give mammalian meat special names ("beef" for cattle, "pork" for pigs, etc.) while other forms of meat are simply referred to as the animal from whence it came ("chicken", "trout", "lobster", etc.)

I feel weird just calling it "dog meat" when I order.


Chinese Landbass.
 
2014-06-18 10:58:44 AM  

spawn73: kling_klang_bed: bikerbob59: untaken_name: Who in their right mind eats uninspected dog meat?

Apparently those that would eat dog meat to begin with.

Well, not much moral difference between eating a dog or boiling a lobster. Only difference is that one is cute and adorable and the other isn't. Cute animals get a pass! The ugly ones become chow!

[imgs.xkcd.com image 306x413]

Hmm. :P

People do eat spiders btw. Atleast amazon indians like tarantulas.


I ate some canned silkworms from the local Asian market a month ago. It's a treat over in South Korea and Vietnam, but I for the life of me couldn't finish that can. I didn't have a problem with it being bugs, but it tasted like eating sweat socks in a Super Bowl locker room.

Here's one for ya:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeDLzTObXFY&index=3&list=PL7F42D8D42C 6 8A64A
 
2014-06-18 10:59:59 AM  

internut scholar: FormlessOne: Dog meat needs a name. We tend to give mammalian meat special names ("beef" for cattle, "pork" for pigs, etc.) while other forms of meat are simply referred to as the animal from whence it came ("chicken", "trout", "lobster", etc.)

I feel weird just calling it "dog meat" when I order.

Chinese Landbass.


Needs to be shorter, methinks. One, maybe two syllables, somewhat descriptive. "Bark", perhaps? "Pup"? I could go for a pup sandwich.
 
2014-06-18 11:00:02 AM  
'My sister stood fast at the massacre of people, including her own Pa, but when it came to seeing that ugly dog butchered before our eyes, she began to sway on her crossed legs and try to swallow her fist.'

/obscure?
 
2014-06-18 11:01:02 AM  

kling_klang_bed: spawn73: kling_klang_bed: bikerbob59: untaken_name: Who in their right mind eats uninspected dog meat?

Apparently those that would eat dog meat to begin with.

Well, not much moral difference between eating a dog or boiling a lobster. Only difference is that one is cute and adorable and the other isn't. Cute animals get a pass! The ugly ones become chow!

[imgs.xkcd.com image 306x413]

Hmm. :P

People do eat spiders btw. Atleast amazon indians like tarantulas.

I ate some canned silkworms from the local Asian market a month ago. It's a treat over in South Korea and Vietnam, but I for the life of me couldn't finish that can. I didn't have a problem with it being bugs, but it tasted like eating sweat socks in a Super Bowl locker room.

Here's one for ya:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeDLzTObXFY&index=3&list=PL7F42D8D42C 6 8A64A


My wife feels that way about my love for canned smoked oysters. Pasty lumps of smoky, oily goodness, enjoyed with saltines.
 
2014-06-18 11:02:23 AM  

Mike Literous: Capt.Plywood: monoski: That is just gross but I was wondering; do chocolate labs taste like chocolate?


If so, what would that imply about yellow labs?


[i1171.photobucket.com image 495x500]
First thing I thought of.


Does China have meth labs?


SOAB! Here I sit, mopping up my desk...
 
2014-06-18 11:02:43 AM  

mutterfark: 'My sister stood fast at the massacre of people, including her own Pa, but when it came to seeing that ugly dog butchered before our eyes, she began to sway on her crossed legs and try to swallow her fist.'

/obscure?


Man, I hope not. Good novel.
 
2014-06-18 11:03:43 AM  

mutterfark: 'My sister stood fast at the massacre of people, including her own Pa, but when it came to seeing that ugly dog butchered before our eyes, she began to sway on her crossed legs and try to swallow her fist.'

/obscure?


Nothing is obscure, little big man
 
2014-06-18 11:04:19 AM  

Duane Dibbley: Prey4reign: monoski: That is just gross but I was wondering; do chocolate labs taste like chocolate?

Chocolate only describes their color.  Chocolate labs taste like shiat.

Those dark lumps they leave behind aren't actually part of the dog. Stop eating them.


Duane, how many times have you been greeted by your canine companion with a big, sloppy kiss on the face?  How many times have you failed to notice how there doesn't seem to be any dog turds in the yard?
 
2014-06-18 11:11:12 AM  
FormlessOne:

Man, I hope not. Good novel.

SmackLT:

Nothing is obscure, little big man

Too often I forget I'm at the adult table here. ;b
 
2014-06-18 11:11:37 AM  
Because when you hear China, you think 'eco-friendly'.
 
2014-06-18 11:13:48 AM  

FormlessOne: kling_klang_bed: spawn73: kling_klang_bed: bikerbob59: untaken_name: Who in their right mind eats uninspected dog meat?

Apparently those that would eat dog meat to begin with.

Well, not much moral difference between eating a dog or boiling a lobster. Only difference is that one is cute and adorable and the other isn't. Cute animals get a pass! The ugly ones become chow!

[imgs.xkcd.com image 306x413]

Hmm. :P

People do eat spiders btw. Atleast amazon indians like tarantulas.

I ate some canned silkworms from the local Asian market a month ago. It's a treat over in South Korea and Vietnam, but I for the life of me couldn't finish that can. I didn't have a problem with it being bugs, but it tasted like eating sweat socks in a Super Bowl locker room.

Here's one for ya:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeDLzTObXFY&index=3&list=PL7F42D8D42C 6 8A64A

My wife feels that way about my love for canned smoked oysters. Pasty lumps of smoky, oily goodness, enjoyed with saltines.


Well, you've most likely already told her, but uncanned ones are way better. Toss those on a Ritz cracker = yum!!!
 
2014-06-18 11:15:26 AM  
static-4.nexusmods.com
How about unconscious Dogmeat?
 
2014-06-18 11:17:23 AM  

Fark like a Barsoomian: "Dog meat" is just another way of saying it's like hamburger, but a dog is smaller than a cow so it's like pig sized. So it's like bacon wrapped hamburger. But with love mixed in because it's man's best friend.

It's an emotional and taste experience is what I'm saying.
[mrwgifs.com image 500x230]


I thought Tom Neville was an insurance adjuster. When did the flashbacks show him working fast food?
 
2014-06-18 11:18:30 AM  

bikerbob59: That's why I primarily eat human meat.


From an entirely practical view, eating human meat is discouraged because of the high risk of being infected by a virus or other pathogen that is human-specific.  There are a couple of diseases that we've picked up that are thought to have come from consuming meat from other primates that was improperly cooked.

But according to cannibals, people taste like pork.  And I do love slow cooked St Louis style ribs.  I wonder if they're even better using somebody who is actually from St Louis.
 
Ant
2014-06-18 11:18:38 AM  
Meh. Different cultures eat different stuff. Cows, pigs, chickens, etc. probably don't like being killed and eaten either, but we think it's perfectly normal to do so.

/not a vegetarian
 
2014-06-18 11:18:49 AM  
No one?
aviewersview.com
 
2014-06-18 11:26:09 AM  

Dinjiin: bikerbob59: That's why I primarily eat human meat.

From an entirely practical view, eating human meat is discouraged because of the high risk of being infected by a virus or other pathogen that is human-specific.  There are a couple of diseases that we've picked up that are thought to have come from consuming meat from other primates that was improperly cooked.

But according to cannibals, people taste like pork.  And I do love slow cooked St Louis style ribs.  I wonder if they're even better using somebody who is actually from St Louis.


I'm guessing you never saw Fried Green Tomatoes?
 
2014-06-18 11:33:54 AM  
Ehh. If it walks, flys or crawls with its back to heaven...
 
2014-06-18 11:35:05 AM  
Obama has eaten dog.
 
2014-06-18 11:41:06 AM  

Cold_Sassy: I'm guessing you never saw Fried Green Tomatoes?


Can't say that I have.
 
2014-06-18 11:45:22 AM  
I read subby's warning. I think his cultural bias is showing.
 
2014-06-18 11:46:29 AM  

kling_klang_bed: FormlessOne: kling_klang_bed: spawn73: kling_klang_bed: bikerbob59: untaken_name: Who in their right mind eats uninspected dog meat?

Apparently those that would eat dog meat to begin with.

Well, not much moral difference between eating a dog or boiling a lobster. Only difference is that one is cute and adorable and the other isn't. Cute animals get a pass! The ugly ones become chow!

[imgs.xkcd.com image 306x413]

Hmm. :P

People do eat spiders btw. Atleast amazon indians like tarantulas.

I ate some canned silkworms from the local Asian market a month ago. It's a treat over in South Korea and Vietnam, but I for the life of me couldn't finish that can. I didn't have a problem with it being bugs, but it tasted like eating sweat socks in a Super Bowl locker room.

Here's one for ya:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeDLzTObXFY&index=3&list=PL7F42D8D42C 6 8A64A

My wife feels that way about my love for canned smoked oysters. Pasty lumps of smoky, oily goodness, enjoyed with saltines.

Well, you've most likely already told her, but uncanned ones are way better. Toss those on a Ritz cracker = yum!!!


Absolutely - but, canned meats still hold a warm place in my heart. My childhood was spent on Welfare, and such donations were considered disgusting by my siblings, leaving me the joys of sub-culture proteins. A can full of "corned beef" in that unholy pink color, various sea creatures packed in various liquids - I still think fondly of them, even though I can enjoy the real, fresh thing these days.
 
2014-06-18 11:57:10 AM  
During the siege of Leningrad dogs became practically extinct in the city.  And it wasn't because they ran away.  Sentiment goes out the window when the walls of your stomach are rubbing against each other.
 
2014-06-18 12:00:54 PM  
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2014-06-18 12:01:07 PM  
I got pulled over once and had an asian-american friend in the car. The state trooper gets us out of the car and starts grilling us. After a while of not getting any useful answers, he starts getting sarcastic and tells my friend about how he went to china and he finds it disgusting that they eat dog over there. Implying that A. My friend was chinese and B. That he eats dog.

My friend was filipino but was born and raised in the US. He had only been to the phillipines a couple of times and definitely did not eat dog.

/racist story bro
 
2014-06-18 12:01:41 PM  

FormlessOne: kling_klang_bed: FormlessOne: kling_klang_bed: spawn73: kling_klang_bed: bikerbob59: untaken_name: Who in their right mind eats uninspected dog meat?

Apparently those that would eat dog meat to begin with.

Well, not much moral difference between eating a dog or boiling a lobster. Only difference is that one is cute and adorable and the other isn't. Cute animals get a pass! The ugly ones become chow!

[imgs.xkcd.com image 306x413]

Hmm. :P

People do eat spiders btw. Atleast amazon indians like tarantulas.

I ate some canned silkworms from the local Asian market a month ago. It's a treat over in South Korea and Vietnam, but I for the life of me couldn't finish that can. I didn't have a problem with it being bugs, but it tasted like eating sweat socks in a Super Bowl locker room.

Here's one for ya:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeDLzTObXFY&index=3&list=PL7F42D8D42C 6 8A64A

My wife feels that way about my love for canned smoked oysters. Pasty lumps of smoky, oily goodness, enjoyed with saltines.

Well, you've most likely already told her, but uncanned ones are way better. Toss those on a Ritz cracker = yum!!!

Absolutely - but, canned meats still hold a warm place in my heart. My childhood was spent on Welfare, and such donations were considered disgusting by my siblings, leaving me the joys of sub-culture proteins. A can full of "corned beef" in that unholy pink color, various sea creatures packed in various liquids - I still think fondly of them, even though I can enjoy the real, fresh thing these days.


Being on food stamps was laughable back when I was growing up, now look where we are! Pretty sure half of those people who laughed at you for being on welfare are probably depending on at least EBT.

I usually avoid canned food, but there are some definite gems. I had canned quail eggs a few days ago. Yum!! And nothing wrong with potted meat, especially on a cracker, or pretty much anything Goya makes.
 
2014-06-18 12:10:45 PM  

Igor Jakovsky: My friend was filipino but was born and raised in the US. He had only been to the phillipines a couple of times and definitely did not eat dog.

/racist story bro


So he should have asked him whether he eats boiled-alive duck embryo on the half-shell?
 
2014-06-18 12:20:12 PM  

FormlessOne: Dog meat needs a name. We tend to give mammalian meat special names ("beef" for cattle, "pork" for pigs, etc.) while other forms of meat are simply referred to as the animal from whence it came ("chicken", "trout", "lobster", etc.)

I feel weird just calling it "dog meat" when I order.


Canus. I'll have the Canus T-Bone, medium rare, please. Texas Smokehouse Canus Ribs. Canus Ca-bobs.
 
2014-06-18 12:33:55 PM  

cgraves67: We are human. All other species are prey species.


Thanks for being the anchor to human evolution.
 
2014-06-18 12:37:51 PM  

Cold_Sassy: Dinjiin: bikerbob59: That's why I primarily eat human meat.

From an entirely practical view, eating human meat is discouraged because of the high risk of being infected by a virus or other pathogen that is human-specific.  There are a couple of diseases that we've picked up that are thought to have come from consuming meat from other primates that was improperly cooked.

But according to cannibals, people taste like pork.  And I do love slow cooked St Louis style ribs.  I wonder if they're even better using somebody who is actually from St Louis.

I'm guessing you never saw Fried Green Tomatoes?


In the movies a man is murdered and they turn him into BBQ, which apparently was quite tasty.
 
2014-06-18 12:44:22 PM  

spawn73: kling_klang_bed: bikerbob59: untaken_name: Who in their right mind eats uninspected dog meat?

Apparently those that would eat dog meat to begin with.

Well, not much moral difference between eating a dog or boiling a lobster. Only difference is that one is cute and adorable and the other isn't. Cute animals get a pass! The ugly ones become chow!

[imgs.xkcd.com image 306x413]

Hmm. :P

People do eat spiders btw. Atleast amazon indians like tarantulas.


I don't want to live in an alternate universe where spiders are routinely large enough to be considered a staple food source for mass consumption and not because of the "eww" factor but because "OMFG GIANT SPIDERS"
 
2014-06-18 12:49:38 PM  

cgraves67: spawn73: bikerbob59: untaken_name: Who in their right mind eats uninspected dog meat?

Apparently those that would eat dog meat to begin with.

There's nothing more hypocritical than a meat eater, than decides that eating X animal is wrong.

While I fall on the side of "if it's meat, I can eat it", I'm okay with people having subtle nuances in their selection of meats.


Nothing washes down gorilla hands like a nice cold brew.

news.nationalgeographic.com
 
2014-06-18 12:57:22 PM  

fozziewazzi: Igor Jakovsky: My friend was filipino but was born and raised in the US. He had only been to the phillipines a couple of times and definitely did not eat dog.

/racist story bro

So he should have asked him whether he eats boiled-alive duck embryo on the half-shell?


Lol. Well i have been to a couple of of parties where a spit roasted pig was the main course. Apparently the eye balls are eaten by the guest of honor and are considered a treat.

/glad i wasnt the guest of honor
 
2014-06-18 01:09:28 PM  
Someone should poison their dog meat like they do to our dog's treats. farking assholes.
 
2014-06-18 01:28:54 PM  
Dog - The other, other white meat!
 
2014-06-18 03:07:40 PM  

Dinjiin: bikerbob59: That's why I primarily eat human meat.

From an entirely practical view, eating human meat is discouraged because of the high risk of being infected by a virus or other pathogen that is human-specific.  There are a couple of diseases that we've picked up that are thought to have come from consuming meat from other primates that was improperly cooked.

But according to cannibals, people taste like pork.  And I do love slow cooked St Louis style ribs.  I wonder if they're even better using somebody who is actually from St Louis.


It has been stated and shown that cannabalism lost its favor amoungst the Pacific islanders after WWII.

why?

because we introduced them to SPAM. Islanders just love that shiat. And they say that it is because, to them, it is the closest thing to "long pig" they can get aside from actual long pig.

they say the simularity is uncanny...

Spiced Protied Aproximating Man....
 
2014-06-18 04:26:53 PM  

MythDragon: [static-4.nexusmods.com image 826x619]
How about unconscious Dogmeat?



bulk.destructoid.com
 
2014-06-18 05:12:26 PM  

Duane Dibbley: MythDragon: [static-4.nexusmods.com image 826x619]
How about unconscious Dogmeat?


Now there is a memory.
 
2014-06-18 06:46:34 PM  

MythDragon: I thought Tom Neville was an insurance adjuster. When did the flashbacks show him working fast food?


The flashback about Neville being a meth kingpin in New Mexico who works with/against someone named Walter White. He was going around under the fake name "Gus Fring" and working at Los Perros Hermanos at the time.
 
2014-06-18 07:28:13 PM  

Fark like a Barsoomian: MythDragon: I thought Tom Neville was an insurance adjuster. When did the flashbacks show him working fast food?

The flashback about Neville being a meth kingpin in New Mexico who works with/against someone named Walter White. He was going around under the fake name "Gus Fring" and working at Los Perros Hermanos at the time.


Huh. Well I guess it was too hard to make meth after the blackout. Maybe he could get nano-priscilla to help him out.
 
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