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Old March 24th 14, 07:23 PM posted to alt.support.shyness,alt.pets.dogs,rec.pets.dogs.misc
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ForeverRent wrote:

my wife Isabel, 36, her lesbian lover Violet,28, and my daughters Dawn,13,
Hope,14 and Jennifer,16, will eat me on the 4th of July.

We have two dogs, Barf (5) and Butch (3), and I want to know if my wife and
her lover can feed my bones, bowels, bladder, stomach and stuff to the
dogs, without harming them?

I've been fascinated about Kim Jong-Un feeding his uncle to the dogs and I
want to be turned into **** of humans, dogs and cats and my wife, her lover
our daughters will eat the meat and my remains should be fed to the dogs and

Do you think the dogs will eat me or are there too many toxic substances in
human organs/bones?

-F.R. (longpig)

I can't imagine there's anything preventing your dogs from eating your
remains. I would worry mostly about the bones. Depending on how they
plan to prepare your remains for consumption, the bones might splinter
causing the dogs to choke. Maybe that's an old wives tale about why you
shouldn't feed dogs most bones (especially chicken).

I should think that the organs and such would be completely fine for the
dogs to eat. My baby girls seems to like meat cooked up with a bit of
garlic, so you might think about having them cook you that way.
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