Animals Served So Fresh That They Breathe

Published by PETA.

Apparently, some people have gotten so impatient when it comes to satisfying their hunger that they can no longer wait for someone to kill their food for them. ”Exotic eaters” are resorting to eating live octopi, and it has sparked a lively PETA HQ debate, which I need your help to win.

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Written by Logan Scherer

P.S. I have concluded (after minimal thought) that so-called “exotic eaters” and I have absolutely zilch in common. My definition of exotic tends to stray toward pyramids and belly dancers.

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