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    Re: The other dark meat: Raccoon is making it to the table

    Quote Originally Posted by jallman View Post
    I have had raccoon once and just could not get past the fact that I was eating a rodent. It was the same way when I had rattlesnake...just couldn't get past it and I am pretty adventurous with what I will eat.
    I didnt mind rattlesnake... but for some reason I can NOT stomach rabbit.
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    Re: The other dark meat: Raccoon is making it to the table

    I took a bite of BBQ'd coon. Kinda greasy. Didn't like the texture or the taste.

    Squirrels and rabbits are rodents too. But they are gooooood.

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    Re: The other dark meat: Raccoon is making it to the table

    Quote Originally Posted by jallman View Post
    I have had raccoon once and just could not get past the fact that I was eating a rodent. It was the same way when I had rattlesnake...just couldn't get past it and I am pretty adventurous with what I will eat.
    Why...why must this thread be filled with so much potential for puns and innuendo

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    Re: The other dark meat: Raccoon is making it to the table

    Quote Originally Posted by Zyphlin View Post
    Why...why must this thread be filled with so much potential for puns and innuendo


    Still, I wouldn't go there if I were you.

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    Re: The other dark meat: Raccoon is making it to the table



    Taken this summer on my front veranda. Apparently, raccoons love cat food and are not terribly shy. This one is the baby... momma was twice as big.
    No men are anywhere, and Im allowed to go in, because Im the owner of the pageant and therefore Im inspecting it, Trump said... Is everyone OK? You know, theyre standing there with no clothes. Is everybody OK? And you see these incredible looking women, and so I sort of get away with things like that.

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    Re: The other dark meat: Raccoon is making it to the table

    OMG, that's nasty. Have any of you actually met a racoon? They are adorable, inquisitive, affectionate creatures with hairless, agile fingers and a curiosity about everything. I could never kill one, let alone eat it.

    *gag*

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    Re: The other dark meat: Raccoon is making it to the table

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    OMG, that's nasty. Have any of you actually met a racoon? They are adorable, inquisitive, affectionate creatures with hairless, agile fingers and a curiosity about everything. I could never kill one, let alone eat it.

    *gag*
    WTF? Racoons are angry, vile ****ing rodents that attack without the slightest provocation. They should be shot on sight, though not necessarily eaten.
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    Re: The other dark meat: Raccoon is making it to the table

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    OMG, that's nasty. Have any of you actually met a racoon? They are adorable, inquisitive, affectionate creatures with hairless, agile fingers and a curiosity about everything. I could never kill one, let alone eat it.

    *gag*




    , I betnot only could I have you eating one in less than a week, but I could get you to kill it too.....
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    Re: The other dark meat: Raccoon is making it to the table

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    OMG, that's nasty. Have any of you actually met a racoon? They are adorable, inquisitive, affectionate creatures with hairless, agile fingers and a curiosity about everything. I could never kill one, let alone eat it.

    *gag*
    When we moved out here to the ranch, some coons were eating the cats food, so I tried everything scare em off.

    Then I had no choice, but to shoot em.

    Felt bad but they were stupid stubborn and tore stuff up.

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    Re: The other dark meat: Raccoon is making it to the table

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    , I betnot only could I have you eating one in less than a week, but I could get you to kill it too.....
    Nope. I'm not going to starve in a week. The only way I'd ever kill a raccoon was if it were either rabid, or attacking one of my pets. The wild raccoons out here are docile and shy... unless they get caught in a cage-trap you've been using for that feral cat that keeps terrorizing your own sweetum kitties. Then they get a bit testy.

    My sister had a pet racoon. Dang, it was the cutest, sweetest, most fun-loving little creature. It would hold your face between its little hands and kiss you right on the mouth! No tongue, mind you... it was quite polite.

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