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Fatwa Arbuckle: Joooish Space Laser Operator
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“Awww…who’s a good capybara? You are!”

Happy Caturday, GN!

Auuuugh…what a week; glad to have a couple of days of relative sloth.

BBL.

Sven 2-0
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Sven 2-0
2 years ago

Are they good to eat? Are they kosher?

Paddy O'Furnijur
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Paddy O'Furnijur
2 years ago

Happy Capybaraday, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa, and Sven!

Mrs. Paddy arrived flew in late last night, on a packed flight, and had to check her carry-on bag at the gate, which means she had to wait at baggage claim, which added another 20 minutes to her pick-up time.

Oh, well, I’m glad she’s home.

Fatwa Arbuckle: Joooish Space Laser Operator
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Hiya, Sven and Paddy!

Glad to read that Mrs. O’ is safely home.

Sven --

Since capybaras have toes, not split hooves, I’m guessing they’re treyf.

Being that they’re rodents, I have no clue re edibility. (And hope to remain ignorant re this particular culinary matter.)

Fatwa Arbuckle: Joooish Space Laser Operator
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For our steadfast Thread Lad:

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Sven 2-0
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Sven 2-0
2 years ago

It would seem that only a Mozart outcome is desirable.

Sven 2-0
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Sven 2-0
2 years ago

Huh. “South America’s capybara is the world’s largest living rodent. The meat of the capybara is reminiscent of pork; it is considered a delicacy, and often served dried, salted, shredded and seasoned alongside rice and plantains.”

Paddy O'Furnijur
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Paddy O'Furnijur
2 years ago
Reply to  Sven 2-0

As we say in our family, “delicacy” means something disgusting your people used to eat when there was nothing else to eat and you’ve now convinced yourselves that it’s rare and wonderful.