Often hunted during the fall in the Northeastern United States, Pastrams are furry little white animals similar in size to possums. Despite being overhunted, the Pastram has shown the abnormal ability to procreate at higher levels during the hunting season. Evidence indicates that they have the innate collective instinct to control their population base. They tend to habitate areas with varying climatic conditions and thrive in vegetative areas with moderate precipitation. Although mostly inland creatures, they have been known to stray towards coastal areas. Genus name is Pastramis Fishicus.
New York has the best pastrami sandwiches because they hunt them upstate and ship them fresh right down to the city. The Carnegie Deli actually hires its own pastram hunters rather than deal with a middle man.
by Nathan Tiberius October 10, 2007