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Discussion in 'Community' started by void, Mar 8, 2003.
I once had a fried maggot-It tasted like a stale french fry...
I've sucked up ants with a straw from time to time.
Some sort of sushi that tasted bad and left an awful film in my mouth that no amount of beverage could wash away. I think it was sea urchin roe. Pasty, very pasty. And worse than any insect I've had.
I used to go to a summer camp when I was a teenager, and sometimes I was obnoxious to the help. I got punished. I was fed something called kitchen gum. It was a disgusting mix of peanut better, mustard, and some other spicy substances that could probably be put under the heading of cruel and unusual punishment.
i had patte(sp?) (pa-TAY) when i was living in france. i nearly threw up.
you seriously can't eat patte? patte is great!!!
the most wacked thing i ever ate was squid that was technically dead (i think) but gave all the signs of being alive as writhed on my plate. that was here in japan. oishi!
Barbequed armadillo and javelina. Growing up in Texas is a wild experience.
oh, and in australia kangaroo meat is quite accessible, hardly the norm though. not bad really. i also ate witchetty grub. it's a fat white slug, that was a pretty heavy experience, since it's still moving too.
Two words: goo balls.
A fine hippy delicacy, indigenous to the parking lots at Grateful Dead concerts in the late 80's early 90's.
A cow toungh (the red thing you have in yuou mouth) and when I was a kid the only thing I remember was a time I took a glas of Koolaid (I forgot th spelling) that was on a shell and when I drinked all at the botton was full of dead ants!!!
onions. cucumber. about anything fried or high-fat.
all those really kill my stomach. making it normally really painful or hospital-ready for about the next couple of days - 1 week.
I can't stand Ketchup or Ham
one time I was eating this blueberry cake that my mom had made...
I was carving out my second piece when I noticed the layer of mold starting to grow on top of it...
lips and buttholes
or also known as luncheon meat or hot dogs...what is not displayable in a meat market, but still edible withou killing you goes into luncheon meats and hot dogs
pig snouts cannot be sold easily, so we have liverwurst
the most interesting thing i have eatin is fried octapus squid things called calimaré (they are small ones) it is quite wierd when you see these lil' things with there legs but with the lemon sauce it is real good!!
I once at my own vomit. And Yes, I have video of it.
This video was a result of this event.
I worked with a guy who, when we were comparing gross-food stories, told me of when his mother mailed him a box of cookies... I don't think he was at college, it was just an apartment or something (not sure why I felt that detail was worth mentioning)
Anyway, it was just a box with a bunch of cookies wrapped in paper or something to that effect. After about 2/3 of the box, he reached in and said he felt something moving on the bottom of the box...
And what was in the box?
that's really nasty...
It's pâté, actually. And calamari.
At the Jemâa el Fna in Marrakech, I once ate two boiled lamb's brains, a flat-bread, and a bowl of escargot. To be honest, it was delicious.
I'm scarred! I'm scarred! My eyes!
The weirdest thing I've eaten is Fried Pig Skin. It took like five glasses of water to get that taste out of my mouth.
oh, i feel great.
i digest badly about everything.. fat messes my stomach, and so does the gluteine.. okay. i ate something like a big donut yesterday and i feel and look really crappy today. so a couple of days now with black unsweetened tea only and then to really strict gluteine free and low fat stuff (and with no meat).
Where did you get that? WHat part of Texas?
The wierdest thing i've ever eaten was.... hmmmmm.... ants I guess.
The grossest thing I've ever eaten was..... hmmmmm........ squash
some Chinese delicacies:
flash-boiled lamb brain slices (Hot Pot)
sea urchin versions of crabcakes
heaping piles of fried cicada young
fire ant soup (used as a traditional curative)
spicy duck tongues
pickled pig ear strips (actually VERY common)
If you want weird food, you can't beat the chinkinese.
We live for food.