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Discussion in 'Orange Islands' started by chunx93, Feb 5, 2013.
yes I would eat one they are like animals
I say the best would be... exegcute?
worst is koffing/weezing rock coating + gas inside
I could go for a mew.
1. Yes, definately. There are some tasty looking livestock-like and leafy Pokemon that look like they'd make a good meal. I probably wouldn't keep those species as pets/party members, though. It'd make dinner pretty awkward if I had a Tauros sitting not too far away while I enjoy a "bison" burger.
2. I bet Tropius' neck fruits are delectable
3. Oddish may look like it could make a nice garnish, but it's part Poison, and it might be hard/impossible to cook that out.
4. Moltres, because it's a ciant chicken that's already cooking itself ;P
1. I'm a vegetarian. Although I'd eat stuff like Bellsprout and Oddish.
2. Bellossom gives a fragrant aroma. It can be used as an herb. Vanilluxe would be nice if my tongue doesn't freeze.
3. Contrary to popular belief, some things like Muk can be boiled to remove the flavor. However, Gloom would send a Stun Spore down your throat. Fun.
Additional: Shaymin. Talk about exotic herbs. :D
b-but how could you eat something like a bellsprout when it's just as intelligent as something like a growlithe in the pokemon world ;o;
i've never understood exactly why it's okay for people to eat things like pigs but not dogs when pigs are far more intelligent (and cleaner!) than dogs are. cows are also super affectionate unless you fuck with them/their calves in particular i mean have you ever been around a cow before oh my god they're so stupidly nice. sorry if that's a little off-topic but it being "too weird" to eat certain species of pokemon is kinda related?
Without Pokemon, every living organism in the world may well resort to filterfeeding (that's a bit dramatic, though). Personally, if it were worth making a concious decision, I'd eat Pokemon based on my usual diet, so I wouldn't eat any of the pig Pokemon because I think pigs are too cute to nom on. Sentience is just the slightest bit relative when people have mindlessly hunted the clever Farfetch'd into the endangered list.
I suppose the thing that would be the least good to eat would be something like Golem... I would love a nice piece of Tauros or Ho-Oh.
How about Roast Torchic? It even comes pre-cooked!
I don't think I will eat Pokemon irl. They're intelligent. Imagine Cherubi cries after seeing her uncle being put in a juicer.
There are berries (Oran and the likes) so I'll probably eat only that.
Below, cmon, do you really think Tepig is just as intelligent as a real-life pig!?
Lol what and animals aren't intelligent?
Pigs have a similar level of intelligence to dogs for example, yet in the west the idea of eating a dog disturbs people.
There's no non-arbitrary distinction between what we eat and what we don't. It's basically just cultural.
I would eat tauros until I gained it's mighty gen1 power and started shooting lazors out of my mouth.
What if it was the other way around?
I am vegetarian, I don't think I ever can get myself to eat a creature that once lived.
Some Pokémon also look capable of eating humans, and they are more intelligent than our animals. It would probably mean that they respond in a similar fashion and eat us too. (Note: the image below is not appropriate for children.)
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... No thanks.
well, kyurem apparently ate a lot of people, and i doubt that quality would be limited to just a dragon type legendary. i would not at all be surprised if half the reason that there are so few humans is that pokemon (justifiably) kill them all LOL
yet eleven-year-old boy makes mewtwo his bitch
tm 87 before it even existed
For some reason I expect wailord would be delicious.
I would probably eat some pokemon, I mean, come on, some of them are just begging to be eaten (mmm... Tauros steak)
I guess that I would probably like the cow- erm... Tauros and miltank quite a bit.
I don't think I'd enjoy a geodude very much :p
additional: For some reason I really want to try Zapdos, must have a shockingly good taste (bad pun -.-)
I don't have an ethical issue with eating an already-dead animal because it's already dead and I won't compound its suffering (I just try to avoid it now for health reasons).
The ironic thing is that most pokemon are more intelligent than RL animals, yet most of them get treated worse than RL animals.
except it's not "already dead," yo. they don't just grab animals that die of old age or anything. they kill it specifically for you.
Well, I really have nothing against eating Pokemon.
Though Eating Tepig strips doesn't sound appetizing, eating Farfetch'd seems to be illegal where it's found. But eating fried Blaziken does sound delicious.
As for the least delicious Garbodor comes into mind, but I'd try to avoid Poison types in my diet as much as possible.
The meat at the supermarket is already dead. Seeing as I don't hunt or farm my own animals, all the animals I used to eat were dead before I had contact with them and were going to die regardless of whether I existed or not.
I do think though that the practice of imprisoning and slaughtering sentient creatures for our unnecessary consumption is incredibly barbaric and disturbing for a species that considers itself civilised. I'm a utilitarian, so I support minimising the amount of unnecessary suffering as much as possible.
Honestly, the least tasty pokemon isn't Garbordor... it's Magmortar(it burns your brain man, who wants to do that :p)
They should have a Delifrance restaurant chain in XY where they supply customers with Delibird...
And cook French desserts with Vanilluxe or other dairy products from Miltank.
Oh, and "Vanilluxe Deluxe" with Cherrim on top.
Just a note: For all people drooling about the "tasty" magikarp picture remember that at the same episode Misty herself stated that magikarp is only "Bones and Scales" with nearly no meat at all.
A jelly donut, obviously.