""is that chef in the strip carrying two chichuahuas in his pockets as a fashion accessory or does he just believe in REALLY fresh ingredients?"
Isn't that taking the hot dog into a whole new area of cuisine?
November 1, 2005 12:40 PM
Or are they for chihuahua cheese? If so, how much milk do you get from the average chihuahua?
These are the questions that pester me...
November 1, 2005 1:37 PM
You need about a hundred chihuahuas to get a quart of milk, Barrett. And the way that they raise those dogs for milk is just a crime. Why they put them in shoe boxes and then stack them up in closets. The confinement is just awful.
And the folks who milk those poor dogs--why they are just as mistreated as the animals themselves. They have no health insurance, so when the wee beasties bite their fingers off, they have to pay out of pocket to have them sewn back on.
It is terrible, this trafficking in illegal dog cheese.
November 2, 2005 1:11 PM
Barbara - the problem is EVEN wider than I thought!
This hotel's menu - http://www.bonavia.hr/propositions.html
Champagne reception: 2 glasses of domestic champagne (sparkling wine) and 2 canapés (salmon and fine Dalmatian cheese) per person
They're milking Dalmatians, too?! Contact the ASPCA!
November 2, 2005 1:22 PM
Oh, my god! That is terrible!
How do they fit the dalmations in the shoe boxes? I bet they cut the poor things legs off.
November 2, 2005 9:20 PM
" so when the wee beasties bite their fingers off, they have to pay out of pocket to have them sewn back on."
And do you know how hard it is to pay out of pockets without fingers? The horror....
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