Road kill.

@sharon6345 (110408)
United States
October 27, 2017 7:50pm CST
During sleep overs parents are free to have a night of no cooking if they want. If you sent your little one to sleep over and found out they were served road kill how would you feel? I think road kill is for the person who found it. No one else should be offered that at all. I would not tell you what I would do. trust me it's not nice.
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@Platespinner (18512)
• Winston Salem, North Carolina
28 Oct
This is the second post I've read this evening that has made me VERY appreciative of my painted mouth. Fried worms, road kill...if I did have an appetite, it would be gone now. --Emmett
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@sharon6345 (110408)
• United States
28 Oct
You made me laugh so loud.
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• Winston Salem, North Carolina
28 Oct
@Genipher (5242)
• United States
28 Oct
Emmett, you're awesome! So what, exactly, do you do with LEGO food?
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@NJChicaa (29962)
• United States
28 Oct
Who the EFF eats ROADKILL?!?!?! What the hell is wrong with them?!?!?!
@sharon6345 (110408)
• United States
28 Oct
It's on video that people live off it. Driving for it daily.
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@NJChicaa (29962)
• United States
28 Oct
@sharon6345 that's fcuking disgusting
@sharon6345 (110408)
• United States
28 Oct
@NJChicaa on so many levels gross.
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• United States
28 Oct
Did this scenario happened? I think road kill is a no no, maybe for the adult or survival but no!
@sharon6345 (110408)
• United States
28 Oct
oh even for survival I am not eating roadkill I would rather starve.
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• United States
29 Oct
@sharon6345 Maybe for survival yes ~ but definitely has to be cooked.
@sharon6345 (110408)
• United States
29 Oct
@infatuatedbby Oh sweet lady how are you going to clean and cook road kill. Oh dear, I hope you never find yourself in this situation.
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@Happy2BeMe (70166)
• Canada
28 Oct
Ewwww I can't even imagine
@sharon6345 (110408)
• United States
28 Oct
you are not alone my dear. gross.
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@Genipher (5242)
• United States
28 Oct
Um, no. I guess I could see asking a fellow adult if they want to try it but it shouldn't be fed to kids without parental permission. What if the road kill had rabies? Does that cook out? Blech!
@Hatley (159367)
• Garden Grove, California
28 Oct
gh I wouldbe insulted and ilf my liottle ones were served that fross stuff I would beveryangry too