Smartest prank ever? from Brazil

Where did you think sausage came from?

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+10 1. majlo commented 8 years ago

if you think a bit too hard about how the world works it hurts :x
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+23 2. MindTrick commented 8 years ago

I laughed :x Then i started thinking about it, and its amazing how people actually react to this. I mean, where did they think the meat came from in the first place? I've seen a pig slaughter, and its not very fun or pleasant to watch. But i tell you this, it gives me a lot more appreciation about the meat when i eat it, so i think everyone who eats meat should experience it once.
Really good prank tho, loved it :x
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+8 3. camoga commented 8 years ago

Ok i will start before everyone says it, yes people have a detachment from where food comes from and would probably not eat meat if it was killed in from of them but that effect would only last so long until we got used to it. Just look how the majority of the world gets their food. I personally have no problem eating meating as long as it is killed in a humane fashion.
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+3 4. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

#3 is right, we are very detached..if I had to kill my own meat, starting today I would be vegetarian....but I wanna be the one holding the piglet in the prank, because they are absolutely adorable <3
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+7 5. huldu commented 8 years ago

If you've grown up with livestock you're very familiar with how the process works. Just going to put it blunt there is no "humane" way. Unless they started to breed creatures without a brain, we're not there yet but apparently they're working on ways.
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+5 6. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

If you've grown up with butchering your own meat, I don't think it bothers you as much, because it becomes an everyday task, and you are also detached from it in another way..don't get me wrong, I am not criticizing it...just observing.. like #5 says, there is no true humane way...the humane vs. inhumane way is how livestock is kept.
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+3 7. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

#3 I have no problem eating meeting either, it's meat I have a problem with. Here is my tip for what it's worth:- If you are not prepared to see how your meat is killed and processed or you find yourself saying things like "If I had to kill it myself I would be vegetarian" Well just it! at least don't eat red meat it's been proven that it's not good for you and if you must eat it, limit your weekly quantity links to many illnesses. Try Quorn instead of chicken, honestly it is very, very similar with only a slightly different texture, try it three times and you'll wonder why you ever brought chicken. :)
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+6 8. fjwjr commented 8 years ago

I've had to butcher animals we raised. And it's true that it's hard work, messy and not much fun. But the results are oh so tasty!
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-1 9. AmazingNixxo commented 8 years ago

Be careful with those piggies AKA SJW's their feeling might get hurt.
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+5 10. cameramaster commented 8 years ago

OK...I haven't butchered pigs, but...I have chickens, ducks, rabbits...and a few others as well, #3 says..if its done humanly then I'm OK with that, and there is no way on this Earth I'd ever let an animal suffer, but the reality of life is that we are carnivores...OK...I KNOW some are going to say that a vegetarian diet is almost as good...but 'almost' isn't good enough.
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-1 11. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

MEAT IS MURDER !!! Tasty tasty murder. >:)
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0 12. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

#7 Not sure what "Well just it!" means fact your whole comment was slightly confusing, but of course, as always, still very enjoyable :* ..never heard of Quorn before, but know now...very interesting, I could see why you want us to eat it instead of chicken ;)..

I agree with #10, actually our organism has evolved to be omnivores (carnivores only eat meat), which has been proven by anthropologists by our dentition. A vegetarian or vegan diet will work, but is not the optimal nutrition for us.
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+6 13. Geekster (admin) commented 8 years ago

:warning: ANIMAL RIGHTS :warning:

-Animals have the right to be tasty

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0 14. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

#13 Geek, by any chance is this you and your dog??? If the picture :)
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0 15. WildMonkey commented 8 years ago

They're all actors, several times he clearly opens the "contraption" right next to them, they should have at least saw it was empty or the girl collecting the pig....please people, wur iz da ur hi Iqueuesses eh?!
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0 16. mitis77 commented 8 years ago

I believe people react that way, because it is a piglet and not an adult pig.