Written by ' Dsilverlining
After that bat-shit crazy smackdown in San Antone, Manu was interviewed, "When you can't dunk anymore, you have to find a way to make it into the news. So that's what I did. I grabbed a bat. I didn't think it was a big deal."
"Back in Argentina that's what we do, hunt bats. Our hobby." Argentina apparently is a no fly zone for you Twilight shapeshifters. But Filipinos are even badder still.
Dracula's worse nightmare
Count Dracula, beware!
In the Philippines (my hometown), nothing is spared of the fruit bat once it's been caught.
To prepare it for cooking, the entire bat is skinned, and the two glands found at the base of its limbs are removed.
It is then chopped into bite-sized pieces, sautéed in oil, garlic, vinegar, tomatoes, pepper, laurel leaves and simmered until the broth has almost dried out.
Filipinos consider these fruit bats a delicacy.
Take that, PETA haters!