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By _sourdiesel7 / Thursday 10 November 2016 23:39 / United States - Vienna
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My tribe has a proud sacred tradition of not being cannibals. Yours too? Yours? You too. Amazing. Everybody in this place is from a tribe that doesn't walk around eating other tribes. Except you, Marge.

Could also be a case of seeing how gullible the "new guy/girl" is. Or she doesn't want to train a new employee and has decided to mess with OP until OP asks for a new person to shadow.

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My tribe has a proud sacred tradition of not being cannibals. Yours too? Yours? You too. Amazing. Everybody in this place is from a tribe that doesn't walk around eating other tribes. Except you, Marge.

Could also be a case of seeing how gullible the "new guy/girl" is. Or she doesn't want to train a new employee and has decided to mess with OP until OP asks for a new person to shadow.

Don't worry; most cannibal tribes only eat a tiny bit of recently deceased family members or buy Gerber's baby food when they get the urge. If she asks for a snack, bring her one or two with the baby's image proeminently displayed.

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#15, a lot of 3rd world countries with low literacy rates have a general practice of making product labels with pictures of the product's contents. That way you can know what's inside without the use of reading skills. So when big western brands like Gerber come in and sell jars with pictures of chubby faced infants on the front, the locals freak out because it looks like Gerber is trying to say the product is made out of babies.

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Believe it or not, no, there are no laws against cannibalism itself. There is no law outlining specifically "the act of cannibalism is illegal." However, when cannibalism is committed, it's charged with other things, desecration of a corpse, and usually murder, because that often accompanies cannibalism.

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