This Video of a Restaurant Fish Still Moving Might Just Make You a Vegetarian

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We don’t need to be reminded that our meat comes from actual animals, but sometimes we get a twisted tap on the shoulder nonetheless.

This time, a weird occurrence in a Japanese restaurant showed us that sometimes our food can move even long after it’s an animal.

It’s weird and possibly disturbing, but it isn’t too gross. That said, just be glad this happened before it found its way to your plate!

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Uh, that’s an understatement. It’s not only amazing, but it will haunt your dreams and compel you to eat a salad, too.

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It’s also not feeling any pain. It’s just reacting to the sodium that’s put on it and convulsing involuntarily. That might only make you feel a little better, but…it’s something.

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They were just so freaked out by the visual that they were thanking their lucky stars they weren’t in attendance of this display.

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The truth is, fish can feel pain, but this one didn’t. At least, not at this point.

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“No. No thank you!” This isn’t something people needed, but it’s fascinating anyway.

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…but that doesn’t mean that they didn’t feel a little guilty or weird about it!

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That will, in turn, save some fish, and those fish owe this wriggling monstrosity their lives. It’s almost poetic, isn’t it?

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All of a sudden, “fresh” doesn’t sound so appetizing, does it?

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