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?
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
Is this a thread about how goths are still seen as outcasts?
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
was it a dead crow?
Dead crows in fields haven’t been cooked by Ronald McDonald
What was their anti ‘field kill’ argument?
Some of our friends wouldn’t consider there to be a difference
And yet it’s the other way round for foxes. Typical.
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.”
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!
Is it though? Is it really?
Messier definitely, there aren’t any serviettes handy in a field
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
So let me get this straight: you saw a dead crow in a field and your first thought was, “I could eat that”?
Just a nibble