That awkward moment when you’re digging through the freezer and someone asks, “Is the ground beef in that bag?” No, that’s just a bag of dead squirrels. :|
I would say in that case that you should say that the fox was ranched (there is no denying that it was raised as a fur animal) but you can also say that it is second hand/recycled, and by buying it they would not be supporting fur farming.
I just see a lot of eBay auctions of people saying “NOT FROM FUR FARM1!@!@!” despite being a ranch colour. So I was rather curious to if there was some unwritten rule or was just a marketing method sellers used to make people feel better.
I’m legitimately curious, could someone explain this to me cause I really don’t understand. I know some people have strong fur ethics, etc. But people getting ranch raised colours second or third hand does that mean they don’t come from ranches? Does getting it second hand remove that or is it the thought frame of it being second hand so it doesn’t matter anymore because the person’s not the rancher? Or is it something else I’m missing?
For example, if I sell my burgundy gold fox that previously came from a friend that got it from the man that raised it, am I to say it’s not from a ranch when I go to sell it because I’m not a breeder and I didn’t get it from the man himself?
“It is a good life we lead, brother.”
“The best. May it never change.”
“And may it never change us.”
“Sit down and rest a moment.”
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“You have earned your rest, brother.”
“No man can murder me!”
“All that is good in me began with you, father.”
No books…no wisdom… Just you, fratello mio…
things i suck at:
- being attractive
- being normal
- being likable
- html coding
why am I so afraid of people
I’m socially awkward even in the internet