Say it again!
You beat me to it.
Good Gawd, Y’all!
They are good for testing the sharpness of your guillotines?
Fun fact I recently learned about guillotines: Beheading was originally a method of execution reserved for the aristocracy, but the French Revolutionaries decreed that the law in its majesty allow rich and poor alike to avoid the hangman.
Who says history is boring?
Polynesians didn’t need no fancy head removing contraptions.
I wonder if IKEA has any GILJOTIN in stock?
They’re way too stringy.
And chock full of cholesterol.
But who cares about that?
(Don’t let this be derailed into another guillotine sharpening thread.)
Famously, Anne Boleyn was allowed to have an executioner imported from France to behead her with a sword. English headsmen weren’t known for skill or sobriety, sometimes needing multiple blows of the axe to complete the job, as in the case of Mary Queen of Scots and Thomas Cromwell.
What are they good for?
For making broth.
That’s about it, really.
But haven’t we been feeding them good organic food for the past couple decades?
That’s like saying it’s great for one person to get 90% of the cake because then that person is in a good position to voluntarily share a small portion of their cake with others.