Nigerian restaurant busted for cannibal cuisine




"So I did not know it was human meat that I ate at such expensive price.”

And such small portions.


This is from the Nigerian version of the Weekly World News isn't it? There are many reasons to be suspicious about this article.


I once read that Idi Amin responded to charges of cannibalism by saying, "I would never eat human flesh. That's disgusting. Besides it's too salty."


[ Insert obligatory Sweeny Todd reference here ]


There's never been a better time to go vegetarian.


You are what you eat?


Because Vegetarians taste better?


I just felt the need to comment on this article but wasn't witty enough to come up with anything.


It pays off to read the menu properly i.e. long pig


Actually, yes....we do!


Someone once told me that if you ever go to Africa only eat fish or vegetables. If you eat meat you'd never know what type of animal you're eating or how old the meat is.


What's the matter? You got a problem with humanitarians?


Fry: how's Soylent Soda?
Leela: it varies from person to person.


Man: I really don't think I should.
Undertaker: Look, tell you what, we'll eat her, if you feel a bit guilty about it after, we can dig a grave and you can throw up in it.


The served up a clown once, but diners complained that it tasted funny.


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