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  1. #1
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    To each his own.

    http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/201...cc=es-20130407

    This is an article about people eating guinea pigs. Well, I guess they may take like chicken. I will not be eating one any time soon.


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    I couldn't eat anything that I could think of as someone's cute, fuzzy little pet.
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    I have had three pet guinea pigs in my life. Little Pig, Buster, and Molly. Will not eat!

    Forever in my heart...Casey,Ginger,Corey,Mandy,Sassy,Lacey
    ~Merry Christmas~
    *I've been Frosted*

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    It is how they were originally domesticated, and is a cultural thing in some South American countries. I do not blame those folks for eating them, it is normal to them, but would not eat one myself.
    I've Been Frosted

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