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I will never, EVER eat this shit-burger (made in Japan)
posted June 16 2011 19:24.02 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Disgusting and totally sick. These are the first words that i came up with when i saw this video. Japanese researchers managed to purify human poop and extract the precious protein that i contained in huge quantities. We have a saying here in Greece which we say when we want to characterize someone as very poor and goes like:

"Να ξεράνουμε το σκατό μας και να το κάνουμα παξιμάδι"

And if this sounds all Greek to you, it means to dry our poop and turn it into a cracker. Apparently, the Japanese people are able to make it real.

[Link: ill318]
Tags: research   sick   chemistry   experiments   science   insane   omg   bad idea   crazy story   

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  • At 18 June 2011, 7:41:01 user _pike wrote:   [reply @ _pike]
    • hahahaha it\'s time to do it!!! WHAT ELSE WE WILL SEE????!!!!! FULL recycling :-)

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