How to make a diy slime-covered burger, a friend tells me
On Sunday morning, a man named John Smith went to the grocery store and bought two boxes of diy, a food made of cow intestines and sold in a jar.
But he didn’t buy the most common form of diya — diy made with cow’s feces.
He wanted a burger made with a cow’s fat.
“You need something that’s got more meat,” Smith said.
Smith went on to tell me that he has a “big beefy” beef, and he would be happy to do it with a bit of cow fat, because that’s what the diy is made with.
That beefy is now being cooked and served to me by a friend who works for the company behind Diy.
The diy he purchased is labeled “Breadcrumbs and Cheese,” but he’s not the only person in the country to buy this “special diy” from Diy and sell it to the public.
The company’s website, diy.com, features recipes for a variety of diyzies, including “sausage diy,” “cow-dried diy diy”, and even “mince diy.”
Diy is the kind of food that’s used to create a burger and other products that are sold in restaurants, like bacon-wrapped burgers and chicken-fried steak.
But the company is also a hotbed of controversy, with allegations of human trafficking, abuse, and even murder.
According to a report by BuzzFeed News, Diy’s CEO, Jim Zagunis, was convicted of rape and murder in 2012 and sentenced to life in prison.
In 2015, a judge ruled that he should be put to death.
Diy has also been implicated in a number of human-rights cases in India.
In 2017, the Food and Drug Administration found that the company had failed to meet minimum standards of safety and hygiene for its manufacturing of diylos, a synthetic diy that is sold as “bacon oil.”
But, as BuzzFeed News points out, the FDA found that Diy “has not yet been subject to FDA investigations or sanctions.”
The Diy factory in India has been in operation since 2015.
And while Diy claims that it uses “humane practices,” some human rights activists are concerned that Diys manufacturing facilities in India may be breeding “animal and human waste” for use in diy-making.
For Smith, a diya burger was his first meal in more than 10 years.
After making it, Smith called his mother to let her know that the burgers he made had been passed on to his niece, who is now in her late 30s.
Smith is now a Diy employee and he said he’s glad that he was able to share his diy experience with his mom.
“It’s kind of like a special food for my nephew,” Smith told BuzzFeed News.
“He’s still a little bit shy about it.”
And while the diya that is made by Diy doesn’t look like it comes from a factory, Smith said that the smell of the product is just as strong as the diylose itself.
“I love it, man.
It smells good,” Smith, who said he is a vegetarian, said.