Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Domesticated animal adjustment horror story

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Or how a scientist discovers a way to make all domesticated animals look exactly the same on a vertical plane running longitudinally front to back, to the horror of their owners.

It's a slow day in the world of not_morrison_rm, as you can perhaps tell.

It was either this or the "hiring necromancers to try and do something about the UK economy" idea.

not_morrison_rm, Jun 28 2013


       I like 'and' better than 'or'. Why can't we have the necromancers _and_ the VTOL livestock?
Alterother, Jun 28 2013

       Interestingly enough, if you bisect a dog in the sagittal plane, and bisect a human in the sagittal plane but displaced to one side, and bisect a chicken likewise but with the plane displaced _and_ rotated, the three images are almost identical except in scale.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 28 2013

       and the feathers.   

       Thinking about it, modern technology can come to the aid of modern necromancer, one satellite at the right distance could carry the sacrificial chicken and project the pentagram around the UK. Tibetan prayer wheels spun up as gyroscopes could provide the means to orient the satellite correctly.
not_morrison_rm, Jun 28 2013

       I'll take that as oblique flattery.   

       Hmm, wouldn't it save on weight if yer actual orbital necromancer just takes the chickens/goats up in foetal format, in a fridge.   

       Save a lot of mass, and who wants to muck out a space station?
not_morrison_rm, Jun 29 2013

       I thought oblique flattering was the whole point of this idea.
Alterother, Jun 30 2013

       Hmm, I'm quite taken with the idea of a career in necromancy, possibly stand-up.
not_morrison_rm, Jun 30 2013

       I bet you'd knock'm dea... wait   


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