If I don’t eat it, then Chloe died for nothing.
@akgaimer, do it for her!
@akgaimer, this is the thing all the overzealous animal rights radicals like PETA don't get; this animal was raised from birth for the express purpose of being eaten, and is incapable of surviving without human assistance. It has likely had it's every need provided for, and based on the marbling and quality of the meat might have lived a more comfortable life than most people. It will die regardless of whether it's killed for meat, but if it's killed for meat than most of its body is than eaten or used to make leather, versus if it's not where the body is simply disposed of.
@Your Waifu, right but that just ignores that we raise animals purely to slaughter them. Vegans hold that all things are sentient to some degree. It's inherently cruel. Of course nature is creul too. Humanity is just being given the option to stop eating an immoral but nutrition rich part of our diet. People should be open minded about trying things is all I'm saying, because they could be good
@KingofFunnypics, well all animals are sentient, (you might have meant sapient, which they aren't) but that doesn't change the fact that they were raised for the purpose of being slaughtered and eaten, or the fact that we as humans are omnivores who's bodies are designed to run on meat as well as plants, not just one or the other. And it's not necessarily cruel, unless you consider all forms of death cruel, as they are more often than not slaughtered in the most humane way possible, that being instantly and painlessly. And they're not really cruelly treated while they're alive, either, mostly because treating them kindly and humanely raises the quality of the meat.
@Your Waifu, there's certainly documentaries to the contrary regarding animal happiness being cut in the name of profits. Most Americans wouldn't know good meat if it hit em in the face.
And this poses a secondary argument. If it's ok to raise farm animals to kill them, then why not dogs, cats, horses, hell even humans? Why draw a line? If a cow has even a shred of our intelligence, then it's still wrong.
I'm not even vegetarian, but I've been trying to eat less meat just for my health and the climate. Any change that helps that is good to me.
@KingofFunnypics, the difference is cattle have been bred for centuries for the specific purpose of being docile and fat to be an optimal food source, while horses have been bred for centuries to beasts of burden with musculature and stamina that makes them optimal for working, and cats and dogs have for centuries been bred to be companions who's traits are all ideal for friendship and cohabitation. And again, pretty sure you're confusing sentience and sapience. Sentience is just the level of basic awareness that comes with being alive, sapience is something that only humans have because it's having minds complex enough to form complex thoughts, group into societies, and invent things. If you think it's wrong to eat things with sentience, you shouldn't even eat plants, because scientists have proven even plants have very primitive sentience. And I'm not saying that all meat production is ideal, just that it's what cows as we know them are made for.
@akgaimer, great point btw is the pic supposed to be a cow cause it definitely doesn’t look like a cow or any other animal I’ve ever seen
@KingofFunnypics, Asians eat horse, cats and dogs. Js
@akgaimer, to play devil's advocate, I suppose by buying that product you create an empty space that the company now needs to fill with more meat i.e. another cow, plus keeping the company in the business etc
@KingofFunnypics, I've eaten horse and bear, I have no problem eating anything as long as it's dead, in a bad situation I would eat a human if it was already dead, I do really wish that the treatment of the animal is better when alive though, I would pay more for that but a previous debate on here provided that not everyone would.
@RomeoStealYoGurl, the empty space is created either way, because meat that isn't bought is thrown out. Meat goes bad pretty quickly if you don't freeze it, and freezing it for too long damages it and reduces the quality.
@Bluemama, except in some very corporate slaughterhouses, the animals actually are treated quite well, especially as the market has changed recently. Grass-fed and free range are becoming more common, and those phrases guarantee the animal wasn't force fed just to get fat and that it wasn't trapped in a small enclosure. And if you've seen Kobe beef, that beef comes from the most well treated cows who've ever lived. Those cows are also grass-fed and free range, but in addition they're given beer in the summer and massages year round. They live better than some people do.
@Your Waifu, I've eaten Kobe beef in Japan, where I also ate the horse and bear actually. That is different though, most of the meat here in America are from factory farms which have few laws against abuse.
@Bluemama, there's American Kobe here too, the only version of Kobe that's exclusive to japan is wagyu, as that's a specific breed of cow that's native to Japan and bred for marbling. And like I said, grass fed and free range are becoming much more common as a result of people calling for humane conditions years ago. Corporate slaughterhouse farms still exist, but they do not make up all or even half of the farms in America. Plus any beef you eat in proper resturaunts is most likely sourced from a local farm where the cows aren't treated terribly, as resturaunts tend to go for fresh quality ingredients, so more often than not any given beef you may be eating probably comes from a cow that lived a good life.
@Your Waifu, but I guess long term if the business keeps having to throw out the meat then they'll lower the amount meat they slaughter for the next year based off statistics on average meat sold last year just to improve the bottom line. Like a restaurant prepping a certain amount food depending on how much they sell previous nights.
@RomeoStealYoGurl, theoretically, but in practice there's an absurd amount of food waste because of just how much extra meat most stores buy. Heck, those same stores buy so much extra everything that most of the time they throw out more meat and produce than they sell.
@Your Waifu, when i worked at Walmart it was like 3-4 massive bins a day. It's pretty brutal. As an individual the impact is definitely extremely insignificant, but I guess it's similar to how people see voting, were they feel there vote is one out of millions, and pointless. You wouldn't see much impact unless there was a massive change for whatever reason. Idk, I prefer hunted meat or my friends grass fed farm animals, I can tell blindfolded which meat is grocery vs that meat. Just by taste and how well it sits in your stomach. I kinda see it like if there was aliens who wanted to eat humans, they wouldnt go for the humans who eat like crap and just sit around all day (which would be the cheap meats)
@Your Waifu, all I can find on the internet is that over 90% of meat in America comes from factory farms, I did read an article that just because it's called a factory farm it isn't necessarily bad, but still that's much more than half. Yes, I can buy grass fed and free range when I can, but I feel like all animals should be treated better.
@RomeoStealYoGurl, this is why when I do buy from grocery stores, I pay close attention to the labels on the packaging. I like good meat, and I don't like animals being mistreated, so I never buy the cheap stuff.
@Bluemama, and how recent is the article that states that? And what is their source on that information?
I'd also note that factory farms in general aren't what I'm talking about when I say corporate slaughterhouse farms, and that I'm rather talking specifically about the type of inhumane farms that made people pay attention to the treatment of farm animals in the first place.
@Your Waifu, ASPCA, though I understand their information can be biased they say that the used the 2017 USDA census that just came out last year.
@Bluemama, thanks, that's helpful to know.
@Your Waifu, you're welcome, I tried looking at the census myself, but it's too late to try to math.
Reminds me when someone at PETA tried to suggest they put ‘slaughtered on’ dates on packaging, thinking that reminding people it used to be an animal would disgust them.
See, problem with all of PETA’s ideas? They think we’re dumber than them. Someone replied they’d love that, as it’d be a way to find fresher meat.
@Cloverleaf, I was thinking that. Certainly would be better then "expires on" dates. Which can be fudged a little.
Why do y'all post pic with the best comment already included. I can't compete against this gold.
@That one lurker,
Oh yea like this random name is going to make revaluation my near eating decisions. You gotta wonder the people who came up with this assume people are living on the edge with guilt for eating meat and this is the final push.
Cows can’t speak, maybe she wanted to die
@Nurse Joy, I like the cut of your jib!
didnt they slaughter all the pigs that couldn’t be eaten and bury them, for covid?
@Z0IDBERG, they have millions of pigs backed up for slaughter at this point. If the pigs get above a certain weight then they are too fat for the butchers to want. They end up being slaughtered, ground up, and buried. Sadly, there’s been groups in PETA as well as a grad student group in Mississippi that found out about this and went and set them “free.” ...these pigs have been in buildings where they’ve never seen sunlight. By setting them free they essentially were sending these pigs to scalding sunlight and they died a much more brutal death. All that wasted sunshine skillet bacon...
@JacketOff, lol, thats hilarious, i hope all the students in the group watched them die of sunburn
@Z0IDBERG, lmao yeah that wasnt thought thru very well
More likely to eat.
“Beyond Meat” is a scam.
Emotional manipulation in marketing tends to feed memes more than change minds.
@Cave Dweller, you should really look into beyond meat again then, as it is delicious. The impossible burger is also good. Yes, they are more expensive but the price is coming down. Personally these plant meats don't taste like beef to me, but definitely taste like meat. Honestly it's awesome, if the price become comparable I'm gonna buy alot less ground beef.
@KingofFunnypics, dude man, all that soy thou. Besides you can make anything taste good by cheating it out of a lab. How do you think soylent green was palatable?
@KingofFunnypics, you had me til you said the impossible burger. Thing tasted like one of my grade school burgers which was probably expired.
Besides, if I want meat, I'll cook a steak and if I want something healthy, I'll sub in a portobello burger
@KingofFunnypics, free country (for now), do as you wish. Products designed to squeeze as much estrogen into men (along with what ever else) are a perfect fit for some. However, it is not healthy or safe for men who either hope to procreate or remain self-sufficient in competitive environments to consume or become exposed to that much estrogen, especially growing young boys (their target demo).
Where Govt, BigBiz, BigPharma, and Communists agree, nothing good remains for the free.
Good luck and enjoy.
@Cave Dweller, beyond meat and impossible meat aren't being made to stop people from slaughtering animals, they're being made to provide an alternative to regular meat to try to reduce the impact of the meat market on the environment, as well as to create meat alternatives that require less work to create than real meat. Whether you're fond of them or not, they have clearly been somewhat successful in this during the pandemic, as regular meat sales are dropping because they can't keep up with the demand, and meat alternative sales are up over 100% because they're always available even when real meat isn't. They don't care about what's being done to the animals, they're just in it to make money and hopefully reduce the ridiculous amount of land taken up by the meat market and the ridiculous amount of waste the meat market creates.
@That one lurker, meat has tons of bad stuff too nutritionally. Who cares it's delicious. I found it moist and soft, with just a little chew
@that1german, I've found some places are better than others. By me the only bad one I had was white castles. But that's not a fair comparison. The rest were fantastic in my opinion. I still get regular burgers, but I love the new options available.
@KingofFunnypics, well, who gone and made you king. I didn't vote for you.
@KingofFunnypics, that's fair. I got mine from Burger King, which itself isn't good in the first place, but I wont say plant based proteins don't have their place. For example, there are people who can't digest animal proteins correctly or, obviously, vegans and vegetarians will go for it.
Being in the culinary field, my issue with impossible meats is they taste different than their animal counterparts and the texture itself is off, which kinda ruins the message that its just like meat for me. Once they can tune those factors and ensure that there's no negative side affects of said tuning, I'd be up to trying them more often. Until then, I'll stick with my sirloin and the occasional fried tofu
@That one lurker, shoot I didn't either. I just saw a crown one day and put it on. It kinda got stuck.
@that1german, if Burger King is all you tried, then try finding a good pub or similar resteraunt with it. To me it's like we discovered a new kind of animal. It's not beef, and shouldn't be called that. But it's definitely meat, and could open new roads for us. Especially if it becomes cheaper or easier to get.
@KingofFunnypics, my mistake. I wasn't implying that BK was my only experience. I've had impossible chicken from a friends BBQ, some other dishes from restaurants, and even tried my own hand at making them. Each time, I was not very impressed.
I will agree that the biggest hurdle other than taste and texture will be the price difference between real beef. Just doing a quick search, Impossible brand beef is $10 and 80٪ ground is $5.49 on Amazon. I did see an article state though that they're looking to make their product the same price as organic product by 2024, which is interesting to see. Once it becomes more accessible, maybe we'll get a surge of different company's making different styles of meats, promoting competition and new innovation. If they can make an Impossible kielbasa that will blow my mind, I'll be down to put that in my cart.
On a side note, I do hope it puts some pressure on the slaughterhouse industry, either for better standards or producing less wasted product.
@that1german, yeah. Meats not gonna go away anytime soon.
@Your Waifu, “beyond Meat and impossible meat aren’t being made to stop people from slaughtering animals.”
...and Feminism is for equality, BLM means all lives matter, and communism helps the poor. At some point we, as individuals, must look ourselves in the mirror to see whether we are in-fact responsible for the persistence of our victimization at the hands of BigBiz and BigGovt.
@Cave Dweller, those things have nothing to do with this thing. As such, those are all false equivalencies, because unlike all those other things, these are in fact businesses whose primary goal is to make money, and whose founding members have blatantly stated in interviews that their secondary goals are to reduce the impact of the meat industry on the environment. They have never once mentioned slaughterhouses in any context.
@Cave Dweller, the truth is that bio-engineering IS the solution to most of humanity’s problems save for one: corruption— and this problem will deny the solution to all others. It will be a long time before ‘artificial meat’ is actually safe to eat— perhaps, not until it is far too late to affect any significant change in the environment.
However, I would not dream of denying anyone the valuable lessons gleaned from firsthand experience. Bon appetit!
@Your Waifu, perhaps at one point the goal of BigBiz was to make money. However, recent events demonstrate that that is no longer the case. In fact, trends suggest it has not been the case for quite a bit of time. Their statements barely conceal their intentions these days. Proponents (leftist brainwashed and useful idiots) on the ground do most of the selling for them indemnifying them from false statements. Consider the behavior of consumers defending products produced by MegaCorp with open missions statements of propaganda favoring communism and social engineering. Nothing said in their defense amounts to more than “try it, maybe you’ll like it”— like some hormone laden teenager on prom night.
The equivalencies are perfect. The aggressively defended marketing statements veil the organization’s true mission objective in poor child-psy fashion.
Their goal IS the reduction in impact, but it is through the reduction of consumption— and the plan doesn’t end there.
@Cave Dweller, remember “antifa means anti-fascist. Are you against fascism? Then you’re antifascist.” This only works on children and the mentally debilitated.
Meat is flesh. “Artificial meat” may someday be as nutritious and safe, but we are a very long way off. Again, I would never dream of depriving anyone of their access to the latest science/social experiment. Leftist, however, do not share my respect for the other side.
The Green New Deal will not be palatable no matter how it tastes.
Bon appetit -and enjoy.
@Cave Dweller, oh, i see, youre a conspiracy theorist who things all businesses are one giant entity like a crazy person.
@Your Waifu, lol, sorry.
No. Not every bit of truth you encounter that counters your zealously held beliefs comes from a “conspiracy theorist” nor does it need a conspiracy to exist. Trust against evidence, however, does require a certain amount belligerence perhaps derived from the effects of indoctrination. Simply put, I don’t trust companies who have open mission statements that align with leftist causes including communism, open borders, diversity, feminism, and depopulation— and you do. And that is fine.
As stated, bon appetit. It is, after all, a free country. Enjoy it while it lasts.
@Cave Dweller, this is very definitely not truth, and businesses not being one giant entity isnt a zealously he's belief, its a fact that obvious to anyone who knows literally anything at all about how businesses work. Nothing you say at this point can convinced me that anything you say is true, because what you've said so far has made you look like nothing more than a crazy person who believe every single conspiracy theory they read and actively denies any truth that challenges their own zealously held beliefs. I doubt you can say anything at this point that convinces me otherwise, unless you decide to suddenly become sane.
@Cave Dweller, I'd also like to point out that if you have any form of paying job at all, then you are supporting a business by working for them and are therefore a hypocrite. The only way you wouldn't need a job is if you live with someone else who does have a job and provides for you, which still makes you a hypocrite. And if you buy anything at all, which you have to to survive in any modern first world country, then you're buying a product from a business that was also made by a business, which also makes you a hypocrite.
@Your Waifu, attempting to take these seriously:
- Poverty forces the trade of labor for money, not hypocrisy.
- Self-preservation forces consumption and resource limitations force compromises in that consumption, not hypocrisy.
- Living with someone who provides, as a wife/mother and her husband, is distribution of familial obligation/labor, not hypocrisy.
So you see, surviving in a world as presented is not hypocrisy. Promoting a world that would see an end of free choice to others while hoping their own remain is.
What we have as small, almost insignificant, members of a whole is our very limited free will as further limited by deliberately curated information. And to that extent, we have our choices— small by themselves, but ever larger in aggregate. It is we who must choose, and then fight, for every bit of truth. Or, we may slumber blissfully while charlatans prancing about with delusions of divine right shape us to whatever end, limited only by their machinations and whims...
... hoping that they* only have our best interests at heart. Hell, most of us, at this point, would settle for greed. If only the halcyon days of yore— when people were motivated by greed— ....
We are in a new era, and fools will see it last, bellies full of things they’d have left in nightmares and stripped of voice to describe it.
But again, please, enjoy.
The rest of us will ultimately be joining you, albeit against our wills.
The taste of victory will be short lived, but it will be yours.
@Cave Dweller, you clearly didn't read a single thing I just said, or you just don't know what hypocrisy is. Hypocrisy never causes anything. Hypocrisy is when you knowingly do something that is the opposite of your moral stance. Your moral stance is that business is bad, yet you often do things that support businesses, which directly contradicts your stance, thus making you a hypocrite. That's how hypocrisy works. If you don't believe me, look up the definition of hypocrite. Unless you believe dictionaries are a conspiracy too. But just know while you're doing it that all search engines, browsers, computers, and mobile phones were created by businesses and therefore looking anything up means you're supporting the business by using them, thus making you even more of a hypocrite.
@Your Waifu, indeed. This accurately describes your position.
Why is it when the indoctrinated reference the dictionary, they often get the meanings of words wrong, or get the definition of words right but swap their application. Programming?
This isn’s high school. Your pursuit of dictionary definitions will not “win the argument” because we are not arguing.
You are using pedantic deffiniton (incorrectly) to meander. Unfortunately, I will not follow. You have said your piece, and I have shared mine... for all to see.
A courtesy I extend to all who lose their point, you may have the last word.
Please, be well.
@Cave Dweller, you clearly don't know the definition of the word, because if you did you'd know you're the one who got it wrong, and the fact that you claim everyone here but you is indoctrinated is the surest sign that you're the only indoctrinated one here. Either grow a brain or leave me alone, I've got better things to do than trying to argue with someone who refuses to have common sense.
@Cave Dweller, proof that I know the definition and you don't, the only definition as found in literally every dictionary, including free ones that are maintained by non-profit organizations or single individuals:
noun: hypocrisy; plural noun: hypocrisies
the practice of claiming to have moral standards or beliefs to which one's own behavior does not conform; pretense.
Once again, because you claim all businesses are bad and yet clearly have purchased and used products created by businesses, as proven by you being on this app for mobile phones, which are all products made by big businesses, you are a hypocrite.
@Your Waifu, “either grow a brain or leave me alone...” says the pursuer.
@Your Waifu, you are building a straw-man to ‘take down’- an irrelevant straw man at that. This is because you did not understand what was said and you do not understand your own point. Good luck.
Be well. And bon appetit. Go on if you must.
@Cave Dweller, I'm not pursuing anything. I started a conversation with a person who I initially thought was rational and capable of considering the opposing sides arguments carefully, and discovered they were actually a conspiracy theorist who refuses to acknowledge the flaws in their argument even when it's spelled out for them. As I might have made clear, this has caused me quite a bit of frustration, because now even though I know I likely won't learn anything valuable from this conversation, I'm also the type of person who's stubborn enough to refuse to let the conversation end with information that's blatantly wrong.
@Your Waifu, you initially thought you were right. Then you thought you were smart. Then you realized you were wrong on both. Now you are just offended and trying to save face. Be well and get lost or pursue for further humiliation.
@Cave Dweller, in not building a straw man, I'm pointing out the flaw in your logic in the hopes that you'll take a minute to actually stop, think about, and thoroughly research the topic you're arguing about instead of spouting off info that you clearly ripped straight from the first conspiracy theory you saw that backs you up.
@Cave Dweller, I didn't think I'm right, past tense. I know I'm right, present tense. Whether I'm smart is irrelevant. I just don't like you enough to continue talking to you.
And am I offended? Yes, because people who willingly choose to believe blatantly false information like conspiracy theories offend me. Stop trying to fabricate new arguments.
@Your Waifu, find someone you respect, and have them read and explain the exchange to you slowly. Hopefully, humiliation will not carry you to delete any part of it. Let others benefit from your loss. Be well.
Advice- you should find a mirror and read this, aloud, to yourself- slowly.
@Cave Dweller, I respect pretty much everyone else I've argued with on this app, and they all seem to a free that you're wrong judging by how the conversation was going before I made the mistake of replying to you. I've also shown people I know in person this conversation, and they also agree that you're wrong and sound like a conspiracy theorist. Now, I'd like to ask you to the same thing. Show your friends and family this conversation, word for word, including ALL of your comments. If possible, record their reaction and post a link here, because I get a feeling they'll be fun to watch.
@Cave Dweller, that's the stupidest advice I've heard all year. You're not going to sound any smarter just because I'm the one saying it.
Again, stop trying to fabricate new arguments.
@Your Waifu, you respect nothing. You learn nothing. You think “winning” an argument is the same as being right and your parents never corrected you so you will use every meandering trick you can to “win.” But when you are wrong, you want concessions in order to save face. You will find none here. If you are brave, leave our interaction, in it’s entirety, here for all to see.
@Your Waifu, the indoctrination is strong, but it will pass, or it will not. This is funnypics, I’m not here to “correct” or “save” anyone- a telltale sign of Leftism. Good luck. Be well.
@Cave Dweller, the internet never forgets.
@Cave Dweller, that's a lot of assuming you're doing about a complete stranger you've never met before, and a lot of undeserved ego
stroking you're doing. It almost sounds like you're trying really hard to convince me that I've lost, but the fact is all you're doing is trying to distract everybody from the real argument because you know you have nothing valuable to contribute to the real argument. But if you want to go down this road, we can. So speaking of parents, do your parents know you're a conspiracy theorist who probably never graduated college that thinks all big businesses are evil even though they own one of the latest phones made by one of those big businesses? Do they know that instead of spending time making something of yourself, you spend time insulting strangers because it's the only way you know to argue since you refuse to actually learn about the subject of the argument? Ask yourself, would your parents be proud of you now? Because I know mine are proud of me.
@Cave Dweller, bold of you to assume the internet cares about your opinion at all.
@Cave Dweller, says the one who probably doesn't know left from right because of how badly they've indoctrinated themselves.
@Your Waifu, no, no. You’ve lost nothing my dear. There was never an argument. Some day, when you’ve calmed, you’ll realize that. Until then, you will be very offended, and likely take it out on loved ones whom you’ll wonder “why they’re so stupid” while they think of you no differently than before.
No one is trying to “distract” you. They couldn’t if they wanted to. You’re upset and really need this victory right now and this evil internet creep won’t give it to you. But the internet creep doesn’t really care. And you are the one creepily pursuing, to your own embarrassment, arguments you don’t understand yourself. You don’t want to learn. You want to teach- even if you are wrong.
You may keep what lessons you learn here that I was never trying to teach. Good luck.
As always, be well.
@Cave Dweller, you suddenly act high and mighty, as if you haven't once insulted me or claimed that I was losing some imaginary contest you'd constructed in your mind. You probably think you're so clever, suddenly pretending to be the victim after I lash out once, but I'll give you a little news flash: you're not unique, you're nor the first or tenth or even hundredth person I've talked to who acts like such a brat, and I've long gotten past the point of getting angry at anything people like you have to say. No, I only lashed out after you'd already insulted me numerous times and after you brought my family into the picture, because I care too much about my own well-being to let a person as inconsequential as you to even begin to think you'd shaken my self-worth. Maybe if you weren't a 4chan-wannabe who changes personalities and opinions like Lady Gaga changes outfits, what you've said would've mattered. I hate to say it, but nothing you've said has held any value. Too bad for you.
@Your Waifu, oh bother. Please take a few moments to calm yourself before you say something regrettable. Then, take a few more moments before you write. Next, take your time writing your thoughts before sending. Finally, delete them before you send them and spare yourself the humiliation.
I do enjoy the laugh, but I’m not heartless.
@Cave Dweller, oh, like I said, I'm quite calm. The only one humiliating themselves at this point is you, but I'm sure you'll realize that in a few years when you look back on this conversation. I had a similar moment a few years ago when I thought about how I talked to people when I was a teenager. Don't worry, you'll grow out of it. Or you won't, and you'll grow into a neckbeard who lives in their parents basement. Either way, you really should stop obsessing over how I feel and focus on your own well-being, because while it's sweet of you to worry that I'm upset or angry in some way, it's really none of your business. Rather, it would be much more productive if you spent your time studying or reading, or anything else that gives you a chance to learn something new. Look for opportunities to challenge your worldview if your truly want to grow as a person, otherwise you'll just grow into a disappointment for everyone who knows you. Au revoir, huître.
@Your Waifu, you will know the truth based on whether or not you are willing to ever share this interaction (unedited). I know, I will. Be well.
@Cave Dweller, stop acting all high and mighty, it just makes you come off as egotistical. I already know the truth, and have been trying to tell you that since the first comment. I've not edited a single of my comments except to fix spelling errors, feel free to double check if you don't believe me. And like I said, I am well, and you need to worry about yourself.
@Cave Dweller, and as one last thing, for posterity, I'd like you to completely reread your second and third replies to me, as well as the reply you made to yourself immediately after the third reply, and I'd like you to try and read them from the perspective of someone who's just met you for the first time and doesn't have any of the biases you have and think about how they come across.
@Your Waifu, “and as one last thing...” lol ok. ok.
@Cave Dweller, just trying to point out the point in the conversation where communication broke down, hoping you can maybe see why it did. No need to comment if your just going to be sarcastic and try to get the last word.
@Your Waifu, “and as one last thing...”
“Just trying to point out...”
Ever looking for concessions to save face.
You simply have to “win.”
Unfortunately, there are no prizes.
Keep going like this and you might find out who you are sooner than you hoped.
ok. Be well.
@Cave Dweller, again, no point in commenting if your just going to be sarcastic and try to get the last word. That really was the last thing, but if you aren't introspective enough to actually take that advice and want to just resort to insulting me again by insinuating I don't know who I am than maybe you should find someone else to string along.
@Your Waifu, no, my dear. The last word is yours. It always is. Be well.
@Cave Dweller, see, by commenting something like that and ending it with be well, you are in fact trying to get the last word. If you weren't trying to get the last word, you'd just stop commenting, and the conversation would be over by now. But no, every single one of my recent comments has been an excellent stopping point, and I've given you several opportunities for the conversation to end on a comment where no one is being insulted, but every time you reply with new tiny comment with no substance that ends with "be well" because you want to have the last word. If you stopped being egotistical and passive aggressive for one second and actually thought about what you're doing, you'd realize you're being a hypocrite again. But you never think about what you're doing. You reply so fast that it's like you didn't even read what was said half the time. Why? Because you don't care what the other person is saying, you just want the last word. Don't reply to this to prove me wrong.
Hell no, I wouldn’t eat it. That steak is almost three years old now! I like it aged, but that’s too much!
Yes I'll eat you and more of your species.
@Greathoneybagger88, and sometimes mix species together!
Don’t get me wrong, I love animals. I just love to eat them more.
Aww cute cow, I’m sorry you taste better than you are cute though
Wouldn’t want her death to be in vain!
Yes, the answer is always "yes, I will eat the steak you freak shows!"
well I want some Chloe with a side of Berniece and maybe a little bit of Chloe jr.