CNN reports that Wal-Mart has recalled donkey meat in China because it was “contaminated” with fox DNA.
3 Questions That Arise From This Story
1. Are they sure it wasn’t Fox News Policy Manual DNA? Because that would be ironic being mixed in with donkeys, which are usually Democrats.
2. We’re not experts in cuisine, but since we’re pretty certain a fox could eat a donkey, how in the world does the fox end up being the animal “contaminating” this item? We’re sure a fox would argue that its DNA would enhance any slow-moving donkey, if you were to build a robotic donkey-fox hybrid.
3. Does this finally answer “What Does The Fox Say?” We suspect the fox might have something to say about whoever took the wrong turn to the donkey processing plant on the way to buy new smartphones to watch “What Does The Fox Say?” on YouTube.
It doesn’t seem that fox DNA would be any worse than some of the other stuff China feeds its people.
That is definitely not what the fox said.