What is more useful??

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Bajablast, Jan 22, 2011.

What is more useful??

  1. Vegan

    10 vote(s)
    25.6%
  2. Hamster

    29 vote(s)
    74.4%
  1. Bajablast

    Bajablast
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    During dinner conversation this evening, the following question came up;

    What is more useful (in general), a Vegan or a Hamster? And why?

    What do ya think?

    Vote in the poll.
     
  2. Izzy

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    I'd eat a Hamster long before I'd eat a vegan. :laugh:
     
  3. Chee-to

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    Heard they're both kinda tough a stringy....
     
  4. clearconscience

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    I had a hapster when I was a kid, their cute and fun for kids, However the vegan makes the perfect dinner guest. You invite them over, fix them a salad and there's more meat for me to eat.

    So I would say take them both out back and turn them loose in the wild. Both will attract larger tastier animals that you can eat.
     
  5. drew

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    So in other words both are best utilized as bait.:laugh:
     
  6. clearconscience

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    Yeah The hamster is too cute to kill, too small to eat.
    The vegan is just too pitiful to shoot outright.
     
  7. Redcap

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    Vegans eat what food eats. Push comes to shove, you could eat one of them, since I don't exactly consider them human.

    Hamsters are little more than a single snack. Also, they smell bad...but so do most vegans. Crap shoot there.
     
  8. PlayboyPenguin

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    Vice versa here...hamsters are cute, not an affront to nature, and deserve to exist.

    I do fear that cooking a vegan might be nasty. I imagine they stink like cabbage. :)
     
  9. Swedish K

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    hamsters are cute and if you put them in a habitrail ball and put it in a room with a cat or two can provide hours of entertainment - not sure if the same can be done with a vegan.
     
  10. rufus

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    If you force feed the hamster to the vegan, you'll have nether. The hamster is more useful.
     
  11. elsullo

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    As a kid my hamster escaped for a while. We had a mouse problem and the hamster completely ran them off and they did not come back! The hamster did not chew stuff up like the mice did so he was a better wall-dweller than the mice were, and as a solo she could not breed. Finally I recaptured her easily, and the mice still did not return, so evidently her lingering smell kept them away. Based upon my experience I'd say that hamsters cure mice infestations?..........................elsullo
     
  12. MA Duce

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    Hmmmmmm trying to keep this G-rated...but I've known a few Vegans.....never mind :devil:
     
  13. jason97496

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    I would rather listen to a hamster than a vegan
     
  14. ejmpnu92

    ejmpnu92
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    Just curious, by design, are not hamsters vegans? Don't they eat only veggies, no meat?
     
  15. husker

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    Save the vegan for the zombies. Will they eat them?
     
  16. jimwsea

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    A vegan can do more work than the hamster. I'll take the vegan.
     
  17. nwo

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    I'd eat a Vegan. If she were a hottie.
     
  18. elsullo

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    Hamsters are relatively fierce omnivores. They relish worms and other bugs that get into their burrows---my hamster simply attacked and devoured the occasional worm that I gave her! I'd guess that other bugs and even small snakes are meat for hamsters......................elsullo
     
  19. Cougfan2

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    This is hardly funny to me. My son's fiance is a vegan and she's turned him into one. I wanted to put a couple of Slim Jim's in their stockings this last Christmas just for giggles, but the wife nixed the idea.
     
  20. novamind

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    Vegans are reincarnated hampsters...:cool:
     

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