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  Reply # 506755 15-Aug-2011 13:24
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bazzer: I'm intrigued that people eat things when they don't know what it is and it was given to them by a friend who was given it by a friend.


It's only meat and it's not going to hurt you.

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  Reply # 506827 15-Aug-2011 14:47
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graemeh:
bazzer: I'm intrigued that people eat things when they don't know what it is and it was given to them by a friend who was given it by a friend.


It's only meat and it's not going to hurt you.

Hey look! I nice piece of meat that someone left on the side of the road! Sweet! It's only meat, it's not going to hurt me.

Each to their own, but I don't eat food of dubious origin.

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  Reply # 507146 16-Aug-2011 09:50
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bazzer:
graemeh:
bazzer: I'm intrigued that people eat things when they don't know what it is and it was given to them by a friend who was given it by a friend.


It's only meat and it's not going to hurt you.

Hey look! I nice piece of meat that someone left on the side of the road! Sweet! It's only meat, it's not going to hurt me.

Each to their own, but I don't eat food of dubious origin.


It wasn't left on the side of the road, you can see by looking at it that it is in good condition.

You only need to be paranoid if your friends hate you.

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  Reply # 507152 16-Aug-2011 10:14
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I'm not paranoid, I guess the problem is I can't imagine a scenario where any of my friends would give me a hunk of meat and not know what it is.

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