Care For Some Lamb Tonight?

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31 Days In Jakarta Day 26

Good morning, dear readers. How are you today?

OK, it’s still early in the morning, maybe we shouldn’t ask. But we really want to know so we ask anyway. Do you care for some lamb tonight?

Lamb chop, Lamb shoulder, Lamb leg.

Lamb satay, Lamb steak, Lamb meatball.

Lamb soup, Lamb stew, Lamb roast.

Spicy Lamb, Curry Lamb, Herby Lamb;

Greek Lamb, Italian Lamb, Moroccan Lamb.

Lamb with potatoes, Lamb with carrots, Lamb with apricots.

The choices are endless.

Why do we ask? Because if we wanted to, we can buy a whole living, breathing, kicking, and screaming lamb from the Jakarta street. Today!

When driving around Jakarta, we noticed more and more lambs recently. People are selling them for Eid Al Adha (The Feast of sacrifice).

Want to buy some lambs? Come to Jakarta. This is the right place. You can afford it. For USD 100 you can buy a small lamb. OK, since we are nice and we have known you for some time now, how about USD 90, special, only for you? 10% discount, that’s what friends are. 😀

Too small, OK, how about a bigger lamb? For USD 300 you can have a big lamb. As usual we will throw in the 10% discount, special, only for you!

Today is a public holiday here in Jakarta. We will be enjoying our free time and have some lamb for dinner. How about you?

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9 responses to “Care For Some Lamb Tonight?

  1. They are so cute, they look like my dog.
    I would buy one and bring it home so he can play with Doggy.

    • Hi, Doggy, with the money you paying for the tie, you can buy a lamb anytime. Actually, buy two, and they can have babies, then you can have a lamb business in no time…Revenge for the tie! 😀

  2. me too…I will buy one but only to keep since I am a vegan..hahaha

  3. It took some getting used to seeing live animals at the street markets in Hong Kong and mainland China. The shopper chose a chicken, came back in 10 minutes or so, and there was the same bird, only very dead and naked. What grossed me out the most, however, were the huge bins of snakes . . . ewwwww. It is always an adventure to shop in foreign countries, especially those that are in the far east.

    • There are snakes here in Jakarta, too. Lucky we haven’t seen them yet, but we have heard about them. Seems like snakes are quite popular and are some kind of medicine for the locals as well. 😀

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