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Old 2008-10-13, 01:07   Link #2001
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In that case, all I can say is what did Haruhi do to Kyonko for that!?!
Um...what? Eating rabbits is normal.
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Old 2008-10-13, 01:54   Link #2002
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I'm not sure if it's normal for grade schools in Japan, or if the one I visited was special, but Japanese grade schools sometimes have rabbits as pets to teach the students responsibility. I can't help but feel that maybe that is the source of the rabbit they're cooking.

At least, I wouldn't put it past Haruhi to get one from that source.
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Old 2008-10-13, 02:01   Link #2003
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Old 2008-10-13, 11:53   Link #2004
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I'm not sure if it's normal for grade schools in Japan, or if the one I visited was special, but Japanese grade schools sometimes have rabbits as pets to teach the students responsibility. I can't help but feel that maybe that is the source of the rabbit they're cooking.

At least, I wouldn't put it past Haruhi to get one from that source.
Maybe Haruhi found it exciting to cook a rabbit, but she decides to delegate the job to our dear Kyonko.

I would certainly like to see more Itsuko.
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Old 2008-10-13, 19:46   Link #2005
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Um...what? Eating rabbits is normal.
Sorry.....where I live, we don't really eat rabbits.......they're just too cute!
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Old 2008-10-13, 20:21   Link #2006
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Sorry.....where I live, we don't really eat rabbits.......they're just too cute!
We don't eat rabbits where I live either, but I assumed that was because they don't sell rabbit in supermarkets.
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Old 2008-10-13, 20:44   Link #2007
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I thought we didn't eat rabbits in North America...

They do in Britain, but since they're often kept as pets here...
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Old 2008-10-13, 20:59   Link #2008
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ARE ALL OF YOU JUST IGNORING DOMINATRIX KYONKO

Your bunny talk must be self-preservation to avoid the evil in that image.
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Old 2008-10-13, 21:03   Link #2009
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I thought we didn't eat rabbits in North America...

They do in Britain, but since they're often kept as pets here...
Well, I think it mainly depends on where you are. Where I'm from, we aren't likely to eat rabbits, but it might be more likely in more rural areas.
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Old 2008-10-13, 21:40   Link #2010
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In all fairness, pigs are also kept as pets. That hasn't stopped the sales of pork, ham, bacon, etc...
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... well... at least it's written the same...
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Old 2008-10-13, 21:46   Link #2011
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Well, I think it mainly depends on where you are. Where I'm from, we aren't likely to eat rabbits, but it might be more likely in more rural areas.
I've never seen farmers raise rabbits for food here. Would help keep the population down though. Damned rascally rabbits.

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In all fairness, pigs are also kept as pets. That hasn't stopped the sales of pork, ham, bacon, etc...
Pigs aren't all cute and fluffy, though.
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Old 2008-10-13, 21:57   Link #2012
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They do raise rabbits for food.
You have many recipe of rabbits in ''Cuisine franšaise'', you can take my word on that, I am a cook and we did served rabbits were I work.
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Old 2008-10-13, 21:58   Link #2013
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I didn't actually mean that farmers raised rabbits for food. I was thinking that people might hunt rabbits.
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Old 2008-10-13, 22:06   Link #2014
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They do raise rabbits for food.
You have many recipe of rabbits in ''Cuisine franšaise'', you can take my word on that, I am a cook and we did served rabbits were I work.
Where are you from, though?

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I didn't actually mean that farmers raised rabbits for food. I was thinking that people might hunt rabbits.
Heh, not here, but this is western Canada.

Probably in the central States, though...
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Old 2008-10-13, 22:10   Link #2015
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Trapping would work better.
I don't know the regulation elswere, but were I am we can't sell ''wild meat'', even ''game meat'' are breaded.

Jintor; myself I am not ignoring your DOMINATRIX KYONKO
it's seem than is is not the kind of stuff than fit the tastes of the peoples on this formu.
A black amd white sketch would have been better.
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Old 2008-10-13, 22:13   Link #2016
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Also, beanbrew, what the HELL is "Oi, Hayaku" supposed to be?

It's clearly a blog, yet I CAN'T UNDERSTAND IT.
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Old 2008-10-13, 22:14   Link #2017
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Trapping would work better.
I don't know the regulation elswere, but were I am we can't sell ''wild meat'', even ''game meat'' are breaded.

Jintor; myself I am not ignoring your DOMINATRIX KYONKO
it's seem than is is not the kind of stuff than fit the tastes of the peoples on this formu.
A black amd white sketch would have been better.
I didn't draw it. It was from the image dump a few days ago. I was just making it more prominent in order to spread the pain.
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Old 2008-10-13, 22:17   Link #2018
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Where are you from, though?
From Canada, province of Quebec
( a French-speakink one, that why english give me some problem even now)

Sorry for the late answer, you posted while I was still typing my last post
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Old 2008-10-13, 22:23   Link #2019
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From Canada, province of Quebec
( a French-speakink one, that why english give me some problem even now)

Sorry for the late answer, you posted while I was still typing my last post
Aha, that would explain the rabbits... You don't see them cooked much out west here.

I wish we would, though. We do have an overpopulation of rabbits where we live.
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Old 2008-10-13, 22:33   Link #2020
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Aha, that would explain the rabbits... You don't see them cooked much out west here.

I wish we would, though. We do have an overpopulation of rabbits where we live.
Do you live in Australia? I readed than rabbits were ''epidemic'' there.
And for the ''record'' rabbit is rather simple when we think about the giblets/offal or some stuff like jellyfish.

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