No wonder we eat them. Don't they look deeeelish?
HA! Didier said, "My god! Is that what we are eating? It's so ugly" I said, yea... "That's why we eat 'em, 'cause they're ugly!"
Poor li'l ugly buzzards ....no wonder we stuff 'em .
Happy Thanksgiving Shawn!Turkeys, like so many other creatures are indeed ulgy but oh so tasty (ok, cows can be borderline cute, but most edible fish, pork, shrimp, shellfish... hello!)Great keeping up with you through this blog. Happy to hear your Dad's so far reacting well to all the treatments.You and Didier take care. We'll hook up soon. xxx
I'll bet Angelina Jolie looks like that before her makeup.Happy Thanksgiving, MK, and I hope your Dad's admitted for the clinical trial, and that God grants him all good things.All the best to your family from ours.
Why do our fellow creatures, ugly or not, have to suffer and die just so we can gorge? I don't usually like to drag this hobby horse out in public, but the whole carnivorous holiday excess always makes me extra queasy on the subject.
I dunno I don't look at it that way. I know we can exist as herbivores but biologically we're omnivores and so I just do what comes biologically natural... hell it's also the same reason I'm not a repressed closet case with a wife and 2 kids... I am what I am, apologies be damned!That doesn't mean however that cases like the most recent animal cruelty case against a duck farm here in Québec does snag my craw.... let alone puppy mills and so on ...Thanksgiving means more to me than a turkey... it's stuffing and a million types of cooked vegetables and dessert... nah, I'm only fooling... it's a time to gather around with friends and or family, share and celebrate the harvest (yup that's what the thanks if for) and just be around those you love... (and the drumstick)
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