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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by Helpful Corn, Mar 10, 2018.
(not bluefox buy someone else)
cuz im the only one allowed to eat you :3
eat me then ;3
Basic cumulative poisons in the food says that anything higher in the food chain ingests more poison (if each rabbit sports 50mg of some poisonous substance then the fox that eats three rabbits now has 150mg of poison to deal with).
Equally diseases are usually quite species specific and rarely jump species. Choice video. If your mate just died of a disease you probably want to be gobbling them down and getting it too.
Combined that provides a rather strong incentive to not eat people. See also why other people being sick makes some others also feel sick and how incest may well have a biological block by way of smells ( https://www.newscientist.com/article/dn2705-close-family-smells-worse-than-a-stranger/ ).
Religion also codified some of it at various points and it in turn gave us quite a few laws and some aspects of morality some hold to be fundamental. Whether such things were the borrowings of earlier teachings or made up for them I do not know. Or if you prefer I once saw some studies done on Muslims and Jews where the thought of eating pig was floated. There is nothing inherently different about the physiology of such people (it is just religion after all, and plenty have eaten it by accident or otherwise left or ignored those aspects of the religions and been just fine) but the scans showed some things more commonly seen with revulsion in others, indeed if you know how to spot it in expressions (a common one to look for being the wrinkling of the nose like something smells bad) you can see it yourself. It may also explain how some tribes can do ritualistic cannibalism of their dead.
I... wasn't serious but true, I have heard/read about acts of cannibalism that made humans ill.
Anyway, just think it's kangaroo, like that Russian cannibal said to his neighbors when he gave them human flesh.
I have had kangaroo though, can't really see it being like human.