Sick fuckers in Korea eat Octopus alive

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At least some of them die from it...




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Reply #1

They have a simple rule when it comes to what animails they can eat, the rule is - if it's back faces the sun it can be eaten!

Have you seen the vid where those orimentals gut a fish and shallow fry it and get it to the table while the head is still gulping away? So it's still "alive" when they eat it.
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No I haven't and I don't want to. I'll just get all rage faced.  :angry:

Nowhere in that Chinese proverb does it say alive. It's completely pointless. What difference does it make? It's actually more dangerous too, so it's clearly just a gutsy challenge, not for food at all. Like that almost equally as stupid thing people are doing now eating goldfish alive.
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WARNING: This is not pleasant.




When I went to Hong Kong, I really had to bite my lip walking through the markets.  The common theme was to show how fresh something was by seeing its guts hanging out.  With fish, they were often kept crammed into shallow plastic crates (aerated to keep them alive for longer), with a couple at a time being scooped out and left to flop about on the chopping board before swapping them over for another one or two.  They also tended to leave one dead fish out for show, sliced straight down the middle, guts and all.

It's far better than eating them alive, but still cruel as hell.


WARNING: The next bit is about cats.






An image that still haughts me from a TV show I watched years ago, was watching as a small kitten hoisted up with one of those poles with the loop of rope to go over the neck.  It was dunked into boiling oil, then hoisted back out by the neck after a few seconds.  Still breathing, it's skin was stripped off, then they cut the head off and carried on with cooking it.
If they're going to eat cats, why the hell couldn't they cut the head off first!
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An image that still haughts me from a TV show I watched years ago

Jesus...  :cry:

I've seen all of the animal rights / cruelty videos on YouTube of dogs being smashed in the head to death, being skinned alive and the cold shivering, panicking dog stood there for the minute or two before it dies with no flesh on it's meat. Piglets being slammed into the ground and twitching from the brain damage, and others being stood on until bits of their anatomy bursts. The "people" just get on with it as if they're completely desensitised.

There's far too much of this stuff, every animal. Even chickens which once their feet are hooked into the foot holders and are hanging up side down, they're dragged past a blade which cuts their throats, but some dodge the blade and end up going through the rest of the process alive, including being stripped of features, feet cut off, etc.


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They're just abusing their power as a bigger, stronger more intelligent animal. I'd love to put these guys in a cell with a big grizzly bear. See if they treat it like the treat the cats, dogs, piglets, etc.  :smiley:
EDIT: Hopefully they'd end up like this: (warning: graphic image)
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Good job you haven't seen "baby soup"

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