Dog Dinner

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  1. crabman

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    Dog meat is commonplace on many Korean menus, eaten dog meat in Korea a few times, anyone else eaten it, quire tasty and good rib meat, a nice roasted leg of Dog lovely grub,
    seen a few mutts on here that look tasty :) here's a tasty one, i'lle have that in the fryer in a flash

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    Oh no ! you done it now........ get set for the incoming
     
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    I heard they have brought out a new snack...........
    It's called NOT POODLE.....
    get it?
    Cheers, Dave(y)
     
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    Special CHOWmain is always a favourite.Sorry love dogs, but couldn't resist
     
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    Yummy, yummy ........

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    :france::france::france::france:

     
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    when you have seen how the heathen bastards torture and kill the dogs they eat, you too would struggle to see a funny side
     
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    Halal dog !
     
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    Not saying our dogs clever but 'Fang' cooks a mean Cat Soup

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    You may well be right
    But in China the family takes care of their old folk - they're not abandoned in a hospital corridor somewhere.
    I thought I'd be shocked by what I saw in China, but in some respects I was embarrassed by how we 'civilised' westerners live.
     
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    If you love your " old folk " and if they "took care" of you you take care of them . That's how I see it.
    Works both ways.
     
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    was going to try a boiled cat, but the guy next to me would not share I hear the are tasty, they don't suffer chop of the head first thats served separate with a nice smile and rice
     
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    It's funny
    I have a dog at home
    I also have chickens
    I eat my chickens
    But I don't eat my dog (yet)
    Both are cared for with compassion
    One is a pet, the other is a food source
    Can't see the difference if they are cared for and have a good life.
    Both are respected

    What's the difference between a respected farm (food) animal and a loved pet
     
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    was at a sight once and the bloody dog in the next MH barked all the time, I told them if they did not shut the mutt up I would BBQ it, very odd they left the next day, never seen then since
     
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    Personally, I don't see a difference. If you rear something as a food source, and then eat it, it really shouldn't matter what it is. Although there is a good ecological argument for not eating from the top of the food chain!
     
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    Never name something you're going to eat...
     
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    you say not funny, I am not saying it is, but you can be sure it fresh, just like me boiling Crabs and Lobster live, I don't eat frozen shellfish, I even eat Queens, and King Escallops live same as oysters, best grub going, I do wonder if I could eat human though like those people did in that plane crash in the Andes, I think I would have to draw the line at that, but you never know what people will do if hunger is really bad. fancy having to do that to survive, so dog or cat over that any day, as I said in the OP the Dog was ok in Korea had a nice bite to it,
     
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    At it's most fundamental - meat is meat.
    All that differs is cultural acceptability.

    Why is cow OK but horse not?
    Did anyone actually notice during the horsemeat scandal?
     
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