Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Bonus: If mermaids/men have caviar to get in the mood, is it an aphrodesiac or cannibalism?

7 comments:

Battgirl said...

Shouldn't they be eating oysters? I'm calling it cannibalism! They are all going to get mad cow, or would it be mad mer? Full scale gross.

Rob said...

i prefer oysters.

but of course not, they are different species if not genus.

Nerdette said...

we eat caviar and chicken eggs. I'm going to assume that mermaid/men are not the same genus as Beluga Sturgeon

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_type_of_animal_makes_caviar_eggs

Andrew said...

Aphrodesiac! I don't subscribe to Cate and her Southern Biology lesson.

:-) said...

assuming you meant the caviar is of the merpeople, could be a case of erotic edible selective reduction.

Cate said...

if its mermaid caviar, then its cannibalism, if its caviar from another species, then it could be an aphrodisiac. duh.

tamika said...

"Full scale gross" made me laugh out loud.

It's cannibalism, no matter the species. Delicious cannibalism, particularly when folded into a sour cream dip and served with homemade potato chips. Yum!