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Age. 34
Gender. Male
Ethnicity. Chinese
Location Valley Village, CA
School. Cornell Univ
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The Zoo of Hangzhou is...
88th day of 2009
The Zoo of Hangzhou is in my stomach. That's a well known Chinese childhood song that I just made up. However, it is clearly a true statement. Allow me to explain.

As most of you don't know and don't care, I spent the more pleasurable half of this month in a part of China called Hangzhou, a provincial city of magic, myth, and mayhem. There, the following creatures were consumed by me...

+ the usual dishes of fish, crabs, chicken, beef, pork, and mystery meat.

Had I been given the opportunity, would I have dined on dogs in cat paw sauce? You know the answer to that.
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Nooooooo not ducks, ducks are cute! Except when they're humongous and plasticky. Then they're just really scary.

Also I've heard snake tastes pretty good. Is this true?
» randomjunk on 2009-03-29 03:24:19

Poor pigeons and ducks! And the turtle looks so indignant: "You dare to eat my friend?" he says. I guess I should say poor frog and snake as well.
» ikimashokie on 2009-03-29 10:58:40

I dare say, the Zoo of Hangzhou will probably find the toilet more comfortable than your stomach, dave.
» The-Muffin-Man on 2009-03-29 05:58:58

Actually, I don't know the answer to your question.

I don't find the tortoise scary.. I find the phyton with it's mouth open scary! Did they not feel it that it tried to attack the visitors?
» Nuttz on 2009-03-30 04:41:16

I am rather surprised no one offered you any cat. hmm...
The frog looks like the same kind of frog I've seen in more than one fantasy film (i/e: The Brothers Grimm). In these films, they tend to either talk or look like they could start talking at any moment, usually giving poor or predictable advice.
» invisible on 2009-04-05 04:26:40

OMG i like the snake
» jolenesiah on 2009-05-26 10:14:51

What's going on, man?
» middaymoon on 2009-07-03 12:38:07

Dave!!!! Long time no blog. :) Remember me???
What's with this post? Looks like all the animals you've posted can be potentially made into a meal. :P

Hope all is well with you!

» jennstrange on 2009-07-06 08:37:41

Did you really eat little baby ducklings?
» Sarah on 2009-10-31 06:08:23



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