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Post by GraceMelody » 18 Oct 2020, 18:34

dogs are great. UwU
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Especially slow roasted

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Post by Tuffin » 18 Oct 2020, 21:37

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Especially slow roasted
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Post by Mr Skelebaul » 19 Oct 2020, 01:22

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Especially slow roasted

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Post by Jas » 19 Oct 2020, 03:28

I don't really eat dogs, but why are some animals socially acceptable to eat but others are taboo?

It's madness.

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Post by Moulders » 22 Oct 2020, 10:44

Jas wrote:
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I don't really eat dogs, but why are some animals socially acceptable to eat but others are taboo?

It's madness.

Purpose. The domestication of wolves was as a companion rather than for meat. Plus you don't eat the meat of hunters, it aint good for you.

I mean... why is is socially acceptable for surgeons to cut people open and remove organs.... but when I do it the police want to talk to me?
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Post by Jas » 25 Oct 2020, 15:17

Moulders wrote:
22 Oct 2020, 10:44
Jas wrote:
19 Oct 2020, 03:28
I don't really eat dogs, but why are some animals socially acceptable to eat but others are taboo?

It's madness.

Purpose. The domestication of wolves was as a companion rather than for meat. Plus you don't eat the meat of hunters, it aint good for you.

I mean... why is is socially acceptable for surgeons to cut people open and remove organs.... but when I do it the police want to talk to me?
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Post by lambda-sky » 25 Oct 2020, 15:31

Moulders wrote:
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why is is socially acceptable for surgeons to cut people open and remove organs.... but when I do it the police want to talk to me?
In theory the difference is consent. But under UK law you can't actually consent to being injured, which famously causes problems for the BDSM community. So it's actually a good question, why are doctors allowed to open you up? There's probably an explicit exception for medical procedures. :shrug:

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Post by Jas » 26 Oct 2020, 23:37

I'm sure the exception is made because the injury ideally promotes long term improvement.

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Post by Mr Skelebaul » 27 Oct 2020, 02:24

Jas wrote:
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I'm sure the exception is made because the injury ideally promotes long term improvement.

And is sometimes life saving.
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Post by Jas » 27 Oct 2020, 02:40

I'd consider surviving a long term improvement if it's not previously assured

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