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    • "Ah yes, this one appears to have been planted... Last fall I presume? Very fresh outer shell and look at that inside! My oh my this one is absolutely s c r u m p t i o u s"
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    • Mmm teriyaki flavored
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    • Shit they would grind them mummies up and eat them for medicinal purposes , fucking idiots
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    • Mummys exist
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    • For a great podcast on this look up "Sawbones: A Marital Guide of Misguided Medicine" they had a great episode about mummies
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    • Holy shit something random that I know about! Yea it’s true people in the old days would desecrate ancient Egyptian tombs for loot and in the process would steal mummified remains, once transported back they would grind the remains into powder and sell it as a tonic, spice, or anything really.
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    • That just sounds like cannibalism with extra steps
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    • Egyptians when they see Europeans eating their dead family
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    • Who looks at a preserved corpse and is like I’m going to put that shit in my mouth
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    • Actually they would grind up the mummies and put them in their tea. Our history teacher explicitly told us this back in 5th grade
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    • *looks at the mummy* U POOR BASTARDS. *says* I CALL DIBS ON THE PENIS
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    • white people have and always will be so fucking weird and destructive
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    • Imagine being an ancient Egyptian Pharaoh that was buried with all the respects, honors and riches deserving of a pharaoh at the time. And then one day a group of Europans break into your tomb, steal your body and start to grind it up to eat with their meals.
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    • The same people were poisoning themselves with lead makeup
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    • The Caucacity
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    • They were ground up and used mostly for medicinal purposes as well as fertilizer. Keep in mind it was like the early 1800’s when all this was happening, people were still pretty stupid back then.
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    • They eventually ran out of mummies so they started taking homeless people that were basically brain dead made them look like mummies (embalmed and wrapped them after killing them) and sold them to people for high prices people would even throw mummy eating partners where they would consume the dead
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    • More like Egyptian yummies. I'm sorry
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    • Fun fact the term mellified man comes from an ancient Egyptian practice where they would put certain people on a honey only diet before they died, then encase their mummified bodies in honey. After about 100yrs the bodies would be sweet and brittle kind of like candy brittle. Then they eat them.
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    • I actually forgot about this, but I can now remember my history teacher telling us about this!! It was how wealthy people showed dominance
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    • But that's like, cannibalism
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    • Also used in paint as well “mummy brown”
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    • fuck white people and their *shuffles cards* cannibalism
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    • Forbidden jerky
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    • They used mummy medicinally back in ye olden times. I cant tell you exactly what they thought it was good for, but I remember hearing that in a history class at some point.
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    • They were also burned as fuel for trains in WWI
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    • So is this why there are so few Egyptian remains???
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    • Europeans be like: *goes to other continent* *desecrates grave* *finds dead body* “hmm today I will eat this”
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    • I never learned that in school. What the fuck
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    • I hate that this is real. I looked it up on the Smithsonian and it talks about the renaissance era 16th and 17th century Europeans would use human entrails as medicine
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    • For several hundred years mummies were used for everything from paint to medicine in tonics, they were even bought by rich people who who help “mummy unwrapping” parties and do exactly that, keep whatever burial goods they find and throw out the body.
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    • Dont forget that European royalty also regularly consumed the flesh of the dead before, during, and after that period because they believed it would cure disease
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    • Didnt famous people use mummies somehow cuz they thought they made them younger or some shit?
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    • When the Europeans first started coming to the americas, they had to dig up and eat native Americans that had died from plagues. The first Americans didn’t know much about agriculture and drove away most tribes, so they were left starving and had to resort to unlikely methods.
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    • HybridD a month
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    • The ones we didn't eat were ground into paint, or unwrapped as part of live displays
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    • No wonder they got the plague.
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    • Every day I become more convinced that we're the fucked up alternate timeline that some poor interdimentional traveler is going to find himself stuck in
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    • The forbidden jerky. Lol
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    • Ah, England. Ruining everything
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    • They ate mummy powder for health if I remember right
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    • Is it really that surprising, the Chinese have nearly exterminated multiple species chasing boners. People do stupid destructive shit for the most inane reasons.
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    • Didn't some people want to drink the water that was found a a mummy's sarcophagus?
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    • We burned them too...to fuel our steam engines.
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    • Good thing we're all enlightened with vape pens and fleshlights and meth
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    • Wait can I hear the explanation.
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    • WE didn’t do shit. Those bastards ate the mummies.
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    • Necro...cannibalism?
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    • Inkzooka a month
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    • That sounds like bullshit, but I lack the required knowledge of this subject to dispute it.
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    • Do i have to google this shit? Please say no its bs.
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    • Sorry just give me a second to recover from that sentence
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    • I mean it was medicine, so not eaten regularly, but enough to be like uhhhh wtf
      montyt a month
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    • Those where the equivalent of today’s anti-vaxers and flat-earthers back then. smh
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    • Ah European aristocracy had the best parties
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    • They also ground them up to make paint in the 16th & 17th centuries. Hence the color named mummy brown
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    • Europeans when they find a mummy snacc
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    • Europeans would have Mummy Parties. It was an upper class thing where they’d unwrap mummies, auction off pieces of them and even consume dried and ground up parts for false medicinal purposes.
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    • Yeah and they called the Aztecs the crazy ones... (But tbh the Azteca were pretty wild too)
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    • I have never heard of this before
      masegod1102 a month
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    • That's gangster as fuck
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    • Anybody got more info on this they wanna share? That's actually interesting as fuck
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    • Personally, I preferred Count Chocula
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    • That's still cannibalism.
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    • Then Asia conned them by dehydrating monkeys and wrapping them in linen, only to grind and sell them to Europe.
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    • And thats how they became libtards
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    • Look how they massacred my mummies
      Whoa__Dude a month
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    • Explain
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    • White people nasty 🤢
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    • It’s not necessarily bullshit but it’s not necessarily how it sounds either. There was various methods used but all contributed to medicinal purposes. Not consumption for pleasure, at least not the documented history. They used various parts for tinctures and “healing” methods
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    • Scryptious
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    • They thought it was an aphrodesiac, btw
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    • futurama brooo
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    • Not to mention all the “mummy brown” paint made from mummy’s also.
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    • Dont bring me into ur fuckin we thing I'm american
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    • Yes our European ancestors actually did this. They thought eating mummies had a few healing powers. But they mostly thought eating mummies could make them live longer or even immortal.
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    • "take the fresh corpse of a redhaired, uninjured, unblemished man," and "leave it one day and one night in the light of the sun and the moon, then cut into strips."Oswald Croll's medecine 1608
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    • The first thing Ive actually learned on this app
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    • We also used them as fuel as well. Right?
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    • *for medicinal purposes! They consumed mummies like they were vitamins and antibiotics!
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    • Yes it was used for medicine and brown paint for those who want that rest of the facts
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    • I didn’t know that wtf
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    • Ancient cheese with a deadly disease.
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    • This guy debunked the myth that Egyptian mummies were regularly consumed or that’s why they’re rare https://ifunny.co/fun/fmEtbxEg6
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