Tom Cruise  

johnnybgoodzm 56M
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4/30/2006 7:40 am

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Tom Cruise

I know it’s a week or two ago since Tom Cruise had his new baby ‒ but what I can’t get out of my head is he said he going to eat the PLACENTA. Arrrghhhh

I’ve been at the birth of my kids and I really enjoyed the rollercoaster ride ‒ really I wouldn’t have missed it for the world. I managed to escape the cleanup first time round having relatives outside desperate to know the sex, weight etc. The next time ‒ the midwife gave me the baby and told me not to move. The baby was great, the afterbirth and placenta like a special effect out of an Aliens movie.

Anyway how is he going to eat it? Raw like sushi, Southern fried courtesy Old man Saunders, or maybe Italian style in a pesto and garlic sauce. Yeah yeah I know the quotation about “one mans meat is another mans poison” but hey ‒ just say NO!

Some restaurant scenarios

At McDonalds…..

“Would you like fries with your unhappy meal Mr Cruise?”

At Hannibal Lector’s favourite cafĂ©….

“I assume fava beans and a nice bottle of Chianti are required Mr Cruise”

I mean it’s sort of cannibalism is it not?

At Tom’s Dinner

Susan Vega hums the theme to Mission Implausible then the placenta self destructs killing our beloved Tom and the same time removing every trace of his existence from our Universe including DVD’s video’s and merchandising etc ‒ wow don’t know ‘bout you but it’s a happy ending for me

Kindest regards Johnny

papyrina 50F
21133 posts
4/30/2006 8:35 am

its normal in some cultures to eat it,we eat liver and kidneys so why not this

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LadyFantasy68 48F
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4/30/2006 8:37 am

Yep he is a strange guy alright. Perhaps he thinks he is a dog or cat or wild animal. I am told they eat it after the birth but then is the FEMALE that has just given birth that eats it and that is for iron levels and nutritional value.

Wouldn't a world without Tom Cruise be great!

papyrina 50F
21133 posts
4/30/2006 8:40 am

Although the placenta is revered in many cultures, very few customarily eat the placenta after the newborn's birth. Those who advocate placentophagy in humans, mostly in modern America and Europe believe that eating the placenta prevents postpartum depression and other pregnancy complications. Human placenta tastes very similar to beef, with a springy texture similar to the heart. A variety of recipes are known to exist for preparing placenta for eating.[3] For some vegans, placenta may provide an opportunity to eat meat without harm to a living being.

Human placenta has also been an ingredient in some traditional Chinese medicines.

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