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11-07-2019, 08:47   #16
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Would most people? I don't know. Perhaps.

The idea doesn't bother me either as I'd be dead.
Unless they started munching before you were dead
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Would most people? I don't know. Perhaps.

The idea doesn't bother me either as I'd be dead.
I suppose you wouldn't mind either if your dead body was wedged inside a kind of conga line orgy of old fat blokes for a marathon session of drug fuel sexed.

Rituals around death are very important to people historically.
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I suppose you wouldn't mind either if your dead body was wedged inside a kind of conga line orgy of old fat blokes for a marathon session of drug fuel sexed.

Rituals around death are very important to people historically.
What do you think happens when you're buried, that you lie there, uncorrupted, until Judgment Day?

We all get eaten in the end. And cremation ain't for the squeamish either.
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A Dogs Dinner.....Sure what harm if you are Brown Bread .
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You’d always get delusional dog owners saying their beloved pets wouldn’t eat them if they had the misfortune to drop dead. And that cats would be tucking into the ribs within 5 minutes of you passing. Turns out survival instinct and being an animal knocks silly anthropormorphism out of the park.
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I suppose you wouldn't mind either if your dead body was wedged inside a kind of conga line orgy of old fat blokes for a marathon session of drug fuel sexed
Yeah because that's so comparable to an unfortunate situation where the pets have no food and no other option.
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You’d always get delusional dog owners saying their beloved pets wouldn’t eat them if they had the misfortune to drop dead. And that cats would be tucking into the ribs within 5 minutes of you passing. Turns out survival instinct and being an animal knocks silly anthropormorphism out of the park.
A dog /cat has to eat .

Occasionally when I get Peckish I eye up some appetising humans . Sure we are just Long Pigs . Any Pork recipe would work Scrumptiously .
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What do you think happens when you're buried, that you lie there, uncorrupted, until Judgment Day?

We all get eaten in the end. And cremation ain't for the squeamish either.
Ah yeah but if the dog is nibbling away at your ball sack it's a bit different.

The Ancient Egyptians believed very firmly that 'the image' was transcendental. That the body needed to be preserved (in their case mummified) in order to secure passage to the next life. This is also why they decorated the inside of their tombs with images of the deceased, and indeed the sarcophagus itself.

If you've a miniature pinscher sucking and chewing on one of your testicles like one of those golf ball chewing gums I reckon it might send any transmittal process awry.
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Yet, in the political world rats eat their own and its deemed acceptable.
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Ah yeah but if the dog is nibbling away at your ball sack it's a bit different.
At least someone would be.
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Yeah because that's so comparable to an unfortunate situation where the pets have no food and no other option.
I don't follow your line of thinking. You suggested that you don't care what happens to your body after death, even now, as you claim to be alive. I'm not convinced.

100% comparable.
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You wouldn't catch a horse doing this. One more reason to prefer our vegetarian friends
You might just end up with a broken neck or trampled.
Horse riding is a risky activity in terms of deaths and injuries.
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Horse riding is a risky activity in terms of deaths and injuries.
Indeed. Massive tools on the beasts.
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Indeed. Massive tools on the beasts.
You would know alright.
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You might just end up with a broken neck or trampled.
Horse riding is a risky activity in terms of deaths and injuries.
I see my plan to set horse people against dog people is working. Good.

But be warned, you dog people. Nobody has ever taken a dog into battle.
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