Wednesday, January 02, 2008

Soylent Green is People!

So, we got samples of this new dog food at work and, given the runic nature of the font used on the packaging, we got into a debate as to whether the Elves that obviously constitute the main ingredient of the food are free-range or wildcrafted. Allan at work thought wildcrafted, as does Sylvia; Damian thought definitely farm-raised free-range Elves, and I would have to agree. Wildcrafting Elves would be too hard, unless the company has a team of trained attack wolverines. And from what I know, wolverines are difficult to train.


futuregirl said...

Wildcrafted. Sounds like an awesome DIY movement. :)

The Sensualist said...

Tragic Elf butchery!
I didn't even know that you had a blog. I am a dum-dum!

Now you have a new reader and an explanation to why I never commented on YOUR blog posts. Der.

Blaize said...

I had wondered about that a little, kai. Not that I felt bad, because I don't post often.

As for DIY elf wildcrafting, where does one get some wolverines to train?

Angelina said...

But another serious question is- will wildcrafting Elves dangerously reduce their populations to endangered status as wildcrafting goldenseal has done?

amy turn sharp said...

I have no clue how I found yr blog
but I am glad
I think yr nifty
Blaise is my lil son's name I wish I could have a tour in santa cruz!

You can call me Betty, or Bethany, or Beth ...Just don't call me late for dinner. said...

I am thinking freerange farmed elves.
No way could a company gather enough wildcrafted elves. Even trained wolverines would gobble up the profits.