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Smile In This Thread, I make a case for why we should eat old people (again)

time for a little irreverance...

This is why i think we should eat old people.

1)They are defenseless -- the elderly can't possibly defend themselves...especially if there are numerous attackers.

2)I'm hungry -- yeah thats right dammit...and not just me, lots of people....we should be so lucky to get a senior citizen because....

3)They're delicious -- seriously, kind of like beef jerky

4)They are uselss otherwise -- I don't want to pay social security taxes for nothing...if i'm going to support someone in their old age i want some assurance that i'm going to get to eat them...that way its more like an investment than a tax

5)we already have the infrastructure -- its instead of cremating, it'd be more like BBQing -- a family event...yuo say goodbye to yuor loved one and then begin marinating

its about time we stopped burying our old people and began eating them instead...yuo know what they say -- "something, something, something -- we should eat old people"

what do yuo think?

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you know what they say -- "something, something, something -- we should eat old people"
u know it's funny you mention it... why just the other day i was standing in line at the grocery store when i overheard the cashier uttering almost those exact words....
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that's pretty fucked!
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aaww, poor thing.

Car key boi, have you ever eaten a very old chicken? When our chickens stopped laying eggs, my mom decided to eat them. They weren't yummy at all. We could use them to make broth, to make soup, but that's it.

I wonder what old people soup would taste like

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time for a little irreverance...

This is why i think we should eat old people.

1)They are defenseless -- the elderly can't possibly defend themselves...especially if there are numerous attackers.

2)I'm hungry -- yeah thats right dammit...and not just me, lots of people....we should be so lucky to get a senior citizen because....

3)They're delicious -- seriously, kind of like beef jerky

4)They are uselss otherwise -- I don't want to pay social security taxes for nothing...if i'm going to support someone in their old age i want some assurance that i'm going to get to eat them...that way its more like an investment than a tax

5)we already have the infrastructure -- its instead of cremating, it'd be more like BBQing -- a family event...you say goodbye to your loved one and then begin marinating

its about time we stopped burying our old people and began eating them instead...you know what they say -- "something, something, something -- we should eat old people"

what do yuo think?

I think you are MAD!!!

you should be kept away for a week at least


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Wouldn't teenagers or people in their twenties be better to eat?
Fresh and ripe. Not too old.

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