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Ill take a quart of Baby flied lice and a side of cream of sum young guy please.
I for one welcome our new Zombie overlords.
35,600 posts and counting since 09-09-2002. tRCMB Dead Pool Commissioner.
I always took the cannibalism perk. It's only a small HP boost but why would you not eat them? It's the wasteland.
Kills team morale though
Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance
The cannibals were hungry again in an hour.
I wonder why they executed the accused father by firing squad when they could have fried him instead.
change young to yung and you aced it
laying in the weeds
This story is hard to digest.
If people start arguing the merits of cannibalism, it can move to wells. Right now it's just a tasty news story.
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Isn't this like UKs version of Us Weekly and other crappy tabloid magazines? How sure are we this is legit?
This one might be more to your liking...
Sources in North Korea are reporting that a famine has save claimed 10,000 lives. People are so desperate that some may have resorted to cannibalism.
These reporters must really have a bone to pick with North Korea.
I'm guessing they ran out of dogs?
did you hear about the north korean who passed his kid on the subway?
It's not exactly Seoul food, but it's close.
Proud North Korean parent: "my child is brilliant, devout, and obedient. And he has an offer for a full academic scholarship to Harvard in America. And before losing his leg, he was an outstanding baseball player!"
Reporter: "How did he lose his leg?"
Both Korean parent: "seriously? A kid this great you don't eat all at one time!"
Spartans ...committed to bring Paul Bunyan home in 2013.
They're just trying to save some face at this point.
I'll have some Korean with a side of rice.
A man's gotta eat!
Do they play Hall and Oates songs as a courtesy warning at least?
This is obviously a tender subject to most. Especially when food costs an arm and a leg in N. Korea.
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