For Sale: Cooked Rabbits & Guinea Pigs

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I am a firm believer in providing little fire proof houses for small pets which can be put in their cages and filled with a non-combustible bedding. Perhaps some of these beautiful animals might have survived the fire until the fire brigade arrived.
Okay, which Arrser wrote this in the comments section? :twisted: :D
 
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Sorry, I was immediately drawn to an accompanying story re: Penny Smith and her obsession with veg.
Can you imagine me doing the breaststroke in a bowl of mushroom soup....... That would be amazing!
'I’m so obsessed with veg – I had two absolutely delicious carrots the other day.........
 
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BrokenArrow said:
I am a firm believer in providing little fire proof houses for small pets which can be put in their cages and filled with a non-combustible bedding. Perhaps some of these beautiful animals might have survived the fire until the fire brigade arrived.
Would they have little breathing kits too?
 
#6
EEEEMMMMMMMMM deep fried Guinea pig is really nice
 
#7
DarkNinja said:
BrokenArrow said:
I am a firm believer in providing little fire proof houses for small pets which can be put in their cages and filled with a non-combustible bedding. Perhaps some of these beautiful animals might have survived the fire until the fire brigade arrived.
Would they have little breathing kits too?
Probably, ooh -- and they should have a smoke alarm at the top of their cage and some fire-retardant overalls.
 
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BrokenArrow said:
DarkNinja said:
BrokenArrow said:
I am a firm believer in providing little fire proof houses for small pets which can be put in their cages and filled with a non-combustible bedding. Perhaps some of these beautiful animals might have survived the fire until the fire brigade arrived.
Would they have little breathing kits too?
Probably, ooh -- and they should have a smoke alarm at the top of their cage and some fire-retardant overalls.
I can see it now, a spokesperson for the fire brigade says "we found that the batteries in the smoke detectors had died. If the animals had checked them this disaster could have been avoided."
 

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BrokenArrow said:
DarkNinja said:
BrokenArrow said:
I am a firm believer in providing little fire proof houses for small pets which can be put in their cages and filled with a non-combustible bedding. Perhaps some of these beautiful animals might have survived the fire until the fire brigade arrived.
Would they have little breathing kits too?
Probably, ooh -- and they should have a smoke alarm at the top of their cage and some fire-retardant overalls.
Does that mean they have to go outside for a quick smoke?
 
#11
Could it have been a suicide pact?
 
#18
cloudbuster said:
Oh, thanks. Can I go and shoot my brothers now?
Just the one who's in/was in the RAF Regiment. :)
 
#20
do they come on a stick like satay or in a bap/bun/pitta bread?

if they were wrapped in clay first, would that take all the fur off with out drying out the skin?
 
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