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Students Kicked Off Facebook for Eating a Cat

samzenpus posted more than 5 years ago

Idle 6

A group of really hungry students from the Danish School of Journalism have been kicked off Facebook for cooking and eating a cat. The group posted 30 pictures of themselves cooking and eating the animal in an attempt to draw attention to the way pigs and cattle are raised for meat. Laura Bøge Mortensen, the editor of a student magazine that carried an article about the meal, said, "We had to count to three before we sat down to eat, and I wouldn't really say that we stuffed our face. Everyone did take a bite though." She added that the taste was "a little like chicken, with an aftertaste of fur." If you drop a roasted cat, does it still land on its feet?

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I didnt know ... (2, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#23769901)

I didnt know it was looked down upon so much to eat pussy

Re:I didnt know ... (1)

VeNoM0619 (1058216) | more than 5 years ago | (#23770259)

I think I just LOLcat....

Re:I didnt know ... (1)

Trogre (513942) | more than 5 years ago | (#23774267)

I can haz... Kitteh?

Oh dear, that was bad taste.

I'd better stop now.

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