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@31 fish, rabbit, chicken, duck and a meat product called "etc" are exotic? Seriously? @op I really don't understand how people become so poor that they can not even afford bacon, I understand if you had maybe 20quid to your life but any less I really don't understand how people get into these positions.

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I didn't say they were exotic. I said "And you haven't live until you've tried exotic meats". Meaning in addition to the aforementioned meats. By exotic meats I meant silkie, squib, puffin, bear, snake, alligator, lion, springbok, guinea pig, kangaroo, llama, alpaca, yak, wagyu/Kobe, elk, bison, etc.

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I never said it was exotic, I just said I had it when I went to Paris. And yes, I think they cook duck in the US, I've just never had it in the US My brother has eaten guinea pig when he was in Peru.

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(continued) Sorry I sent it before I was done. My parents and I also went to Peru to pick up my brother from his mission, anyways, I had alpaca and it was good, when my bro. had guinea pig, he said the 2nd time was harder because they kept the head and feet on it, lol!

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I work full time and I finished highschool and I'm broke right now what does that mean for me ???? just because some one is broke doesn't mean they didn't finish highschool

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@92 - I didn't make it my mission do such a thing. We're on the top of the food chain. I'm in a position to enjoy their meats, skins, and furs as I like. Besides, they are/can be reproduced commercially... So what's the problem? What does it all coming out the same way have do anything with anything? Last time I checked your ass doesn't have taste buds. I like to try new foods that are fun and exciting. And I like to eat them slowly and savor their foreign taste :D!

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If you have a house or some land, grow your own fruits, veggies, and herbs. You can even grow some inside, if you don't have outside space. It cuts the costs drastically, but it does require time. That will solve your money and hunger woes. Then, if you have some left over, you can either trade some with your neighbor for bacon, or bring them to a local market, sell them, and buy some bacon yourself.

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19 but it sounds like op needs the food now and can't really wait to grow their own garden. It's nice to have that yes I know I have my own but it doesnt sound like they can really wait that long.

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Didnt mean to send it yet. But anyways, I have an,asian friend whose parents came from china and they had thanksgiving! He thought he wasnt gonna but he did! And I dont think this is racist.

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46/47, 38 is still correct because we don't have thanksgiving here in Aus and I'm sure there are other countries that don't .. It's all beside the point anyhow as turkey is NOT bacon, turkey < bacon and there can be no comparison.

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51- it's very possible she could be on the public library computers. Just saying. Or in an Internet cafe. Or even using someone else's. I don't the the phone part is relevant since people in 3rd world countries have cell phones as well.

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I don't have much money either but I'm able to have a computer, phone, tv, all that stuff. I think she just meant they live paycheck to paycheck, which I totally understand. In this economy unless you get a 30-35k + a year job you will probably be working paycheck to paycheck, it's almost impossible to save any money.

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