If you think about it

It’s more societally acceptable to eat a mcchicken than it is to eat a dead crow that you found in a field- why is this?

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Branding

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One can eat crow if one desires. Crow hunters suggest smothered crow: a recipe with garlic fried in bacon fat, adding crow meat that has been rolled in seasoned flour, then adding dry cider to the skillet, covering the mixture with a lid and cooking until tender

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Is this a thread about how goths are still seen as outcasts?

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Capitalism

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Not yet, but it could well morph into that.

My point is more “if I find an already dead animal and I decide to take a bite out of it, I’m a weirdo. But if I order one that’s been killed specifically for my consumption then that’s fine.”

I had an argument with someone about this in a field yesterday and it’s been playing on my mind

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was it a dead crow?

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Dead crows in fields haven’t been cooked by Ronald McDonald

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What was their anti ‘field kill’ argument?

Some of our friends wouldn’t consider there to be a difference

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And yet it’s the other way round for foxes. Typical.

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It was not, it was a human man. We walked past said dead crow and I said “if I took a bite out of that right now, would you still like me?” And he said “no.”

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Oh the crow had died from (I presume) natural causes

totally misread the OP as “dead cow”. I pictured you crouched in a field munching on bovine carcass raw, which tbf is a lot weirder than visiting mcdonalds!

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Is it though? Is it really?

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Messier definitely, there aren’t any serviettes handy in a field

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If you can’t handle me taking a bite out of dead crows, you sure as hell don’t deserve me at our local branch of McDonalds

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So let me get this straight: you saw a dead crow in a field and your first thought was, “I could eat that”?

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Typical man :roll_eyes:

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Just a nibble

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