Airline Actually Serves Crickets To Coach Passengers (And It Wasn’t By Mistake) [Roundup]

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  1. I went out to see if I’d like it.
    I swear those things are fast. I could not catch a single one.

  2. Crickets? Sums up Delta’s food and beverage service throughout the Vid nonsense.

  3. Bugs ewww. Maybe stick to points so you aren’t so culturally ignorant in your posts.

  4. What’s wrong with cricket protein powder? It’s a great way to increase the protein levels, and the insects used in food are farmed exactly for that purpose.

  5. Union does not want United to follow the uniform rules but they want United to follow the contact rules. Double Edge sword. It is like these religious people who pick and choose what they want from the bible….no gay sex but we can eat Lobster.

    Enforce what we want not what you want

  6. Americans have been eating insect products for decades via things like carmine food colouring and shellac.

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