do you think mammoth tasted pretty good? -

do you think mammoth would be tasty?

  • probably/yeah it might have tasted pretty good

    Votes: 20 43.5%
  • probably not/it wouldnt have tasted good

    Votes: 7 15.2%
  • but mammoths were fuzzy elephants and elephants are cute, you monster

    Votes: 7 15.2%
  • i dont care about knowing whether it tasted good or not

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • nigger faggot

    Votes: 12 26.1%

  • Total voters
    46

Crippled_Retard

I'm stuck in this fucking chair
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I imagine it's something you would have had to slow cook or marinade. The elephant that guy ate was boiled since the day before and even then it was tough and dry. I doubt the people eating that mammoth prepared it this way though.
 

Testaclese Maximus

thoughts are getting darker by the day
True & Honest Fan
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The truth is no animal really tastes that good, except for pigs chicken and beef.
Deer has something to say about that. But it can’t speak because I’m eating it because venison is delicious. The duck also wants to say something but it’s trying not to draw attention to itself because it knows I’m eating it next.
 

Bassomatic

True & Honest Fan
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Fred Flintstone liked it, that's enough reason for me.

Deer has something to say about that. But it can’t speak because I’m eating it because venison is delicious. The duck also wants to say something but it’s trying not to draw attention to itself because it knows I’m eating it next.
And geese, I'm sure it would say something but I'm force feeding it so I can have pate later. Mmmmmmmmm cruelty.
 

The Shadow

I have SEVERAL questions
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The truth is no animal really tastes that good, except for pigs chicken and beef. But that’s only because livestock has been bred for thousands of years to be tasty.

That’s why wild animals always have a “gamey” taste to them. They were not meant to be eaten.
Elk tastes almost like pre-seasoned beef to me. But, you can't domesticate every animal due to logistical concerns and bovines provide a lot of met per animal. Pigs and chickens are also able to be raised with a relatively small amount of land and resources, so smaller subsistence farming operations without access to the grazing land needed to ranch cattle can have them. Cows and chickens both offer a side benefit (tard cum and eggs).

In any case, those are the choices we made and it's not really worth changing at this point.
 
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