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    Try looking a little closer to home....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wurzel View Post
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    That's grim.

    I'm guessing that when they suspect she was turned in to a kebab, which sort of kebab, out of interest ?

    Are we talking Shish or Donner, or what precisely ?

    I have no idea what cooked human flesh looks like, so it'd be nice to know if ever in the situation when coming back from a club a little the worse for wear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Board Game Geek View Post
    That's grim.
    Its appalling. As for the rest of your post, I see no humour in a child being abused and murdered. At all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TinTrump View Post
    Its appalling. As for the rest of your post, I see no humour in a child being abused and murdered. At all.
    Apologies if it came across as flippant. I too see no humour in such an appaling act, and had I wanted to crack jokes, there are plenty more obvious ones around the name Donna, etc.

    The second part was an afterthought, and I just wondered how to tell if human flesh is used in a product ? A bit grisly, I know, but it was just curiousity.

    Apolgies again, and it was not my original intent to offend. Sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Board Game Geek View Post
    The second part was an afterthought, and I just wondered how to tell if human flesh is used in a product ? A bit grisly, I know, but it was just curiousity.
    DNA analysis. Quite common to take a sample of pig feed and have it checked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by threaded View Post
    DNA analysis. Quite common to take a sample of pig feed and have it checked.
    Really ???
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