So I'm making a sandwitch...

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    it's horse-meat, you motherfuckers. It's made of ponies and their mommies and daddies.
     
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    Can I have some?
     
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    There will be enough for everyone once we slaughter them all.
     
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    k, how are we slaughtering them? we gotta make sure not to damage the choice cuts.
     
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    I was thinking with fire but that would be wasteful on second thought :/
     
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    there's women for that ya know
     
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    Definitely. We should hand them by their hoofs to a tree, and while they're still alive, gut them. after we take out the muscles and choice cuts, we fill the half-empty corpse with gunpowder, and toss a match into it. After that, the rope should let go, allowing whatever pieces left to fall to the ground. then, we should proceed to run over the remaining chunks with a buick.

    After this, we can grab any organs that are still in big pieces, and grill them. I particularly like the kidneys slow-grilled after that, gives it a nice flavor.