Huh? This is the same exact way legislation is made.
2min: 3 dead carcasses one big cup
|Angel Carver |
I'm always trying to win converts to vegetarianism by making them watch slaughterhouse atrocity footage.
This is far more effective!
Binro the Heretic
Hey, if it weren't for those of us willing to eat the hot dogs, you know that stuff would just be taking up space in a landfill.
Also, this entire video could benefit from zany sound effects.
Robot meat poop.
I don't know what the big fuss is. The only part that grossed me out was the corn syrup.
MMMMM, MEAT BATTER
Menudo con queso
Yeah, I was promised lips and assholes. Where's my lips and assholes?!?
|Corman's Inferno |
Was this supposed to promote hot dogs? I can't imagine what demographic "Please try some meat slurry pumped full of corn syrup" would appeal to.
At one point it looked like pink play-doh.
I'd like to see it squirted out of a Dairy Queen soft serve machine, into a sugar cone.
|Menudo con queso |
"Smithfield Foods, Inc. is the world’s largest pork producer and processor. The company raises 14 million hogs a year and processes 27 million. The company produced 5.9 billion pounds of pork and 1.4 billion pounds of fresh beef in 2006."
5.9 BILLION pounds of pork? Holy cocksnot!
|Dr. Lobotomy |
The only food production documentary that ever grossed me out was one for mushrooms. Basically went:
Manure + Horse Manure + Chicken Feces -> Wait For Mushrooms -> Package Without Washing -> Ship Out
|j lzrd / swift idiot |
I wouldn't eat them, but this is a fascinating process.
Maybe it's just me, but the meat batter rolling around in the big turbines, combined with the porno music, was kind of erotic. That is analingus music.
I wonder if you put 25 german shepherds in the factory if they could eat the hotdogs as fast as they were produced.
hot dog factory = perfect setting for a B grade action flick
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