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Paris restaurant serves millionth strangled duck

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PARIS (Reuters) - Select guests have gathered at a top Paris restaurant to sample the one millionth duck to be snatched from grassy marshland, carefully strangled and ritually cooked with its own blood.

The legendary Tour d'Argent has been serving up eight-week old ducklings, reared in the west coast Challans marshes, since 1890, meticulously preparing them according to an age-old tradition, and serving each one with a souvenir numbered tag.

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"There is nothing more serious than pleasure," he adds.

how ironic.

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"One million ducks. It's marvellous, really moving,"

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mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm sounds yummy....oh help, the vegies are after me laugh.gif

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bigsteff, are you talking about people....or some mutant carrots

and celery sticks?! laugh.gif

(another nice tattoo) wink.gif

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duck to be snatched from grassy marshland, carefully strangled and ritually cooked with its own blood.

Mmmm yummy ......... salmonella any one ?

K.C . I think that wolf is sniffing Big Steffs nipple unsure.gif

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I know we're on top of the food chain, but do they have to be so bloodthirsty about it?

I'd almost consider becoming a vegan after reading that.

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