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Will these be featured soon on the menu of one of NYC's trendy restaurants?
They already are.It's called a McRib.
Thank goodness they're inverted. Otherwise that would be gross.
I see that it has the USDA seal of approval. Fortunately, it also has export on it.
Do the Google fer Chrissakes':http://www.clovegarden.com/ingred/ap_bungz.html
What would a pork rectum with bone-in be?
What would a pork rectum with bone-in be?Answer: Rule 34.
The origin of the photo and the mathematics of Boneless Pork Rectums
...derp... the link...http://wmbriggs.com/blog/?p=2926
Cheers for the link Wild Rumpus!
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