>>7357966 1. No 2. Before faggots freak out, the frog is most assuredly braindead. The first incision the chef makes with the knife is to sever the spinal chord- it essentially cannot feel anything. The remaining movement is spasmodic nerve reaction. The reason it's not dispatched outright via a stab to the brainstem is to prevent the break down of tissue via enzymatic action - though to be perfectly fucking frank there's no need to be doing that shit table side. Sashimi Tuna gets the icepick to the brain right before it goes to the market, a few hours aren't going to damage the meat.
Most likely it's such a niche product that the owner can't stock pre-dispatched frog sashimi and reliably sell it - he simply doesn't know when some bitch with a camera is going to order it.
>>7357966 >picked up from your lil lilly pad home >thrown in a bag and taken somewhere >get sliced in half >have your skin ripped off >tossed on a plate >wiggle & squirm about trying to escape for a few minutes before accepting your fate >at least you get to feel the lips of an asian qtpa2t before the sweet release of death
>>7358044 >Here, then, is what I was able to note immediately after the decapitation: the eyelids and lips of the guillotined man worked in irregularly rhythmic contractions for about five or six seconds. This phenomenon has been remarked by all those finding themselves in the same conditions as myself for observing what happens after the severing of the neck ...
>I waited for several seconds. The spasmodic movements ceased. [...] It was then that I called in a strong, sharp voice: "Languille!" I saw the eyelids slowly lift up, without any spasmodic contractions – I insist advisedly on this peculiarity – but with an even movement, quite distinct and normal, such as happens in everyday life, with people awakened or torn from their thoughts.
>Next Languille's eyes very definitely fixed themselves on mine and the pupils focused themselves. I was not, then, dealing with the sort of vague dull look without any expression, that can be observed any day in dying people to whom one speaks: I was dealing with undeniably living eyes which were looking at me. After several seconds, the eyelids closed again [...].
>It was at that point that I called out again and, once more, without any spasm, slowly, the eyelids lifted and undeniably living eyes fixed themselves on mine with perhaps even more penetration than the first time. Then there was a further closing of the eyelids, but now less complete. I attempted the effect of a third call; there was no further movement – and the eyes took on the glazed look which they have in the dead.
In all seriousness though, a frog has nowhere near the sentience of a mammal and I'd kill one in an instant if the little fucker stepped to me and spat game
That's some Jeffrey Dahmer shit right there except he did it to dead animals. There is a reason humans don't do this shit - we are intelligent beings. There is no reason to do this and I don't really care about the frog but why the fuck would you do this?
This is one of those things like circumsision or drinking cow piss, there is no reason to do it and it's borderline insane but some crazy fuckhead with authority got people to do it somewhere back in history and somehow some people haven't realized that the guy was fucked in the head.
>>7358352 How else would you recommend cleanly and humanely killing a frog?
You think birds are given nap-time gas before given zycluck-b and don't feel a thing from the farm to the table? That wringing a bird's neck was just something your grandpa said because he was too coy to say masturbate?
Do you think every pig dispatched with a bullet is dispatched without accident?
What about the pneumatic poles beamed into a cow's brain stem to kill them before butchering?
Animals are pretty easy to kill, but notoriously difficult to kill without pain. It benefits us to do the latter - putting the frog into a sock and mauling it onto a tableside is neither quick nor good for the quality of the meat.
The massive drop in blood pressure would knock the frog unconscious if the knife didn't do him in first.
So, before bringing up false equivalencies between a trained butcher and Jeffery Dahmer/Indian businessmen, I'm really interested, Anon: How would you kill the frog?
I don't give a shit about animals feeling pain when killed but if you try to tell me that gutting and skinning a live frog and then serving it up with it's upper torso intact in a fucking salad bowl isn't insane and unnecessary then I don't know what to tell you. I don't know if it's your weeaboo goggles trying to defend this but asians are notorious for stupid shit like this. Sure we kill animals everyday but we don't go out of our way to have our food dance around while we take pictures.
>>7358375 >Indian Businessmen >cow piss kek i just pictured a round table of punjabi executives with charts and graphs trying to figure out how to sell cow piss to today's on-the-go, social media-focused youth.
What is it with Americans and their scruples about eating anything with a face? Do you really believe that meat is just created in the grocery store in nice, clean attractively-shaped filets? Maybe they're just a natural byproduct of those styrofoam trays they come with.
When I grew up it was common for us to eat whole fish. No one thought it was inhumane or psychopathic. I have seen the face of every deer I've ever eaten. If you have moral compunctions about this sort of thing, then you need to just stop lying to yourself and become a vegan.
>>7358463 I hunt too, and wouldn't order this frog dish. At the end of the day, ethics are a matter of aesthetics, and I don't like the aesthetics of a frog being sliced up while still moving so people can gawk at it and put a video on their instagrams. There's a difference between even knifing a wounded deer or smothering a crippled dove and whatever desperate spectacle this is.
>>7358506 >>7358482 just ignore him. /ck/ has more foreigners obsessed with america than any other board and that's all he is doing and nothing will change his mind. you could make a thread about how you apples and somebody will post >why do americans obsess over apples so much? don't they have any other fruit? i swear i went to the US for the weekend and everywhere i went it was just fatasses eating fried candy apples and apple fritters and apples on the cob
>>7358506 >There's a reason you were told not to play with your food when you were little
I was taught that it's okay to play with your food and enjoy aspects of food as spectacle when context allows for it. I wouldn't want to be that anal-retentive weirdo who needs the kitchen to open their crab legs for them, or who has serious opinions about which direction a stuffed crust pizza should be eaten from.
>>7358352 Why does intelligience mean we have to succumb to to the whims of lesser beings? Wouldnt intelligience more naturally be used instead to put ourselves above such base animals? Why do belittle your own position on this earth?
What are you even talking about? This is the opposite of intelligent, tell me how exactly is it benificial to butcher the frog like that and then serve it on a plate with a lemon slice while it's still blinking? It's pretty much insane, it's the same shit crazy old voodoo grannys do, I bet those gooks have their own retarded beliefs like - If you butcher live frog and eat raw while look in eyes, very very small penis grow big and strong and bring rots of rove to you and famiry becausr frog sashimi god is pleased of your honororabre courage
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