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    Apparently we have all eaten a bit of horse at some point, the Chinese seem to prefer hot dogs to KFC and we've all seen the stuff tried on jungle programs. Never seen or heard of anyone eat a penguin, or a roasted lions leg.
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    no but i've had friend guinea pigs, really crispy

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    (Original post by Laomedeia)
    Apparently we have all eaten a bit of horse at some point, the Chinese seem to prefer hot dogs to KFC and we've all seen the stuff tried on jungle programs. Never seen or heard of anyone eat a penguin, or a roasted lions leg.
    I'm pretty sure Bear Grylls has attempted that sort of thing before.
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    Penguins aren't the most accessible of animals.
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    Omg this is revolting.

    My mom once told me that she remembers being a child and seeing her father cook a LIVING hedgehog and she remembes its screams and everything.... omfg.
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    Omg this is revolting.

    My mom once told me that she remembers being a child and seeing her father cook a LIVING hedgehog and she remembes its screams and everything.... omfg.
    What does the hog say?
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    no but i've had friend guinea pigs, really crispy

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    mmmm yeah guinea pigs are so lovely and crispy if they are cooked right, I ate so many when I was in Peru.

    Op, as for penguins I have never had any.
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    What does the hog say?
    Omg stop
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    I heard of fried Mars bars, never a penguin.
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    yup, i love to boil them alive first, retains the texture :yes: the squeaking really brings my appetite up!
    idk if serious but this genuinely made me laugh :rofl:
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    (Original post by thecatwithnohat)
    idk if serious but this genuinely made me laugh :rofl:
    ofc im serious AK, do you want to see some photos of the last time i cooked it?
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    ofc im serious AK, do you want to see some photos of the last time i cooked it?
    you're so bad :hand:
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    (Original post by thecatwithnohat)
    you're so bad :hand:
    ever since u got dat vip u lost all the banter

    smh
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    Yeah but it melted

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    (Original post by fagit4lyf)
    no but i've had friend guinea pigs, really crispy

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    Don't be mean to Cavy.

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    Don't be mean to Cavy.

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    what is that?
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    (Original post by driftawaay)
    Omg this is revolting.

    My mom once told me that she remembers being a child and seeing her father cook a LIVING hedgehog and she remembes its screams and everything.... omfg.
    What. The. ****. did i just read? :lolwut:

    Why the hell did he do that? Where did she grow up?
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    (Original post by Laomedeia)
    Apparently we have all eaten a bit of horse at some point, the Chinese seem to prefer hot dogs to KFC and we've all seen the stuff tried on jungle programs. Never seen or heard of anyone eat a penguin, or a roasted lions leg.
    vegeta, observation skills?

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    Probably quite fatty meet. I bet Penguin pie would be good.
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    (Original post by fagit4lyf)
    what is that?
    She's another user on TSR who is rather fond of Guinea pigs. I'd tag her, but I'm on the app so I can't.

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