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Today's list of things that have been discovered to contain some percentage of horsemeat.

IKEA meatballs
  • IKEA meatballs
  • Joe Biden
  • Identity Thief
  • Woot-opoly
  • Unfunded credit derivatives
  • Memory Foam
  • Van Halen (Sammy Hagar version)
  • Illicit buttock implants in the Tampa, Florida area
  • Thomas Aquinas's conception of eternal law
  • The Toyota Prius
  • The Duane Reade at the corner of 6th Ave. and 23rd St.
  • Horses

alexander5245


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How about anything that eats a horse but has not yet fully digested the meal?

jbreaker


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alexander5245 wrote:How about anything that eats a horse but has not yet fully digested the meal?



I believe that's why Biden is on the list?

jeffrjohn


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Considering the amount of flies, rat crap, and other nasty things that get into our food, horse meat is fine with me.

PemberDucky


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-Oregonian lumber.
-The bible.
-Big Red (competitive chewing gum).
-Heroin.
-Every penny minted after 1990.
-The linens of Hollywood studio executive Jack Woltz one fateful morning in 1972.
-Crocs.
-65% of billiard tables.


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eastcheap


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And, shockingly, viande chevaline.

mybestuser1


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Horse meat is good for you unless the source of the horse gave the horse som illegal substances not meant for human consumption.

Nothing is free but if you are lucky it can be inexpensive.

jcbarnes55


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those meatballs look yummy {;^)

jcolag


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One imagines that, due to the decomposition, absorption, and dissemination of the flesh of horses (among, y'know, other organic things), depending on one's interpretation of "meat," it's very likely that nearly everything with organic content, from our own bodies to the plastic phones on our desks, contain some vanishingly small percentage of horse meat.

(Yow, that was all just one sentence...)

It's the "we're all star-stuff" or "you're probably breathing air George Washington had in his lungs" theory, but a bit more gory and depressing!

Also, I concur. The meatballs do look good, horsy or no.

SpudWoot


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Dude, my meatball just rolled off my plate looking for Wilber. Must of been under cooked.

CrippledCritter


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I ordered a meal in France when I was a teenager only to find out later the meal I tried to consume was horse meat. I learned that horse doesn't tast bad, but swallowing it is another sunject entirely. You see, the more you chew horse meat the bigger the wad if muscle, sinew and fat continues to get bigger with every chew in an attempt to swallow it. Nope, it just gets bigger and bigger and bigger until you have to find a place to spit it out or choke to death on horse meat. Which to my guess wouldn't be a good way to check out of this world.
So, if your mother-in-law cooks you a steak and oesters you to give it a try, nust remember if it gets bigger with every chew she probably went out behind the barn and butchered your shetland pony you had begged for as a birthday or Christmas gift for years. When you finally unwrapped the almost suffocated pony you were overcome with joy. 20 years later the old hag trues to pass it off as a ribeye steak. Lesson learned - horse meat is inedible and two, your mother-in-law is a psychopath. You can only imagine the joy she got from bashing "Lightning" in the head with a 3 lbs sledge hammer until dead or unconscious which she didn't stop to check before cranking up the chainsaw and went to town butchering your favorite chilhood pet. And now you have a mouthful of some unrecognizable meat that continues to enlarge with every chew. Oh, fhe horror!
Of course grandma, grandpa, bully down the street who stole your lunch money most days of the week and many others can be substituted for mother-in-law in the above story. I guess the moral of the story is to pick the pets you want wisely as they may become dinner many moons later after you received them as a gift.
BTW - what is that gawd awful smell coming from the kitchen as she start in on "Fluffy" your neices cat. Run, run away!