I've never eaten reindeer (or cariboo as we call them in Canada), but I have eaten moose. My father's neighbour regularly went hunting and said moose nose tastes like tofu!
Err. No. No, I don't think this works. What's next? A taxidermic Colonel Sanders? (@_@)PS: Sarah!!! Moose nose?! You'd eat Rudolph's red nose?!
A red nose? Nah, but moose burgers are yummmmy! So too is home-smoked moose salami! ;)
But Rudolf isn't a moose...I eat almost anything that's served to me (horse, dog, gizzards, brains, cicadas, donkey, bear, insects, whale, etc) without much moral dilemma, but there just seems something amiss with having taxidermic Rudolf...Illogical western sentimentalism?no doubt.
PS I eat none of the above I am shopping myself.
Hey, I like it! A little bit of the exotic Arctic Circle right there, and no fleas. I object more to the plastic humanoid forms in the sled, they are more frightening, although I wouldn't want to be at the station at midnight when the reindeer comes alive and runs around with those sharp antlers and probably cranky from standing still all day.
Duh. Rudolph isn't a moose.Well, what do I know?! I can tell you about impala and eland and gemsbok and kudu, but I don't know about northern critters.You could say I understand horniness, not antlers.Anyway, down south Santa's sleigh is pulled by a springbok team. I mean the animals, not the rugby players.
No fleas YET! Museums in Japan have a thing with taxidermy... I guess it's not that unlike having a body in the home for several days between death and a funeral...Sanitization of death in the west - no pig cartoons over the pork section, death erased from polite conversation.Sanitization of death in Japan - making sure a dead body looks good for display.Ru, a master of horniness, would never have guessed - with all those phallic symbols you discover... I think a trip the museum in Phnom Penh is over due - it's a marvel that the Khmer Rouge didn't destroy them - one can only imagine that they were more intuned with antlers ...Pity you don't have kangaroos. http://vimeo.com/33147282
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