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Posted: 6/17/2002 6:36:40 AM EST
What's the worst thing you have ever eaten ? 1. I ate the worm in tequila. I Was very drunk and threw up for hours. Then came the dry heves. Great workout for you gut though. [puke]
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bit the head off of a sun pearch as a sacrifice to the fish gods.... well....it had to be done...and the fishing did improve.
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 7:21:05 AM EST
Vegie pizza made by the brother-in-law.
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 7:26:22 AM EST
Spring Break 1989, after the obligatory bunch of beers [beer]: A Raspberry poptart, topped with 1/2 can of Wolf Brand chili, and a large handful of Froot-Loops. I ate the whole thing.[puke] BUT I KEPT THE WHOLE THING DOWN![bounce]
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 7:30:26 AM EST
A clot.[xx(]
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 7:31:01 AM EST
Blood sausage.
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buggers [:D]
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Worked in the Marshall Islands back in the 70s. Each ethnic group had a cookshack. I was walking past the Philipino cook shack and smelled something wonderful. It was a kind of greasy meat and rice. Ate a bowel and asked AFTER what it was. Let's just say the 2 or 3 dogs on the island were gone. Moral of the story: DON'T ASK! Second worse thing, my wife's cousins' vegy lasagna. Much worse than the dog!
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 7:44:10 AM EST
Originally Posted By FrankSquid: (snipped) There are some other things that I have eaten, that were bad but I won't get into details since this is a family oriented forum.
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Just say no to porn! ...and Ron Jeremy's sloppy seconds.
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 7:49:40 AM EST
Soon after I got married (21 years ago) my Wife fixed some 'fish soup'. Needless to say I still get the shakes thinking about it. FB
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 7:53:19 AM EST
The worst thing I've ever seen eaten is those pig rectums by the contestants on "Fear Factor". Of course the queer was getting them down without much trouble.
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 7:53:51 AM EST
My mother used to make liver on a weekly basis. Disgusting stuff. Who ever got the idea that an animals organs, used to cleanse the blood could be good for you is SICK. I would sit at the kitchen table for hours because I refused to eat it and my mother was so stubborn, she wouldn't let me away from the table until I did eat it. It tastes much worse after it's gotten cold.
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 7:59:44 AM EST
Well one time when I was stationed at Osan...
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 8:03:36 AM EST
One of the worst things I have tried is squid, it was like chewing rubberbands. One of the best things I've ever eaten was hog balls, yum yum.
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 8:06:43 AM EST
A dog biscuit. Oh, yeah! One time at USNA they served something called Schalm (sp?) Casserole. All I remember is that it was pink, it looked thoroughly disgusting, and that the entire Brigade of Midshipmen ordered out that night. I had one bit and almost "put it back on the table" as it were...
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 8:11:19 AM EST
Originally Posted By Noname: Well one time when I was stationed at Osan...
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And? Something worse than kim-chee? What was her name?
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 8:11:56 AM EST
My mother used to concoct this horrible dish with rice, chicken, a few assorted veggies and GRAPES!!! Dont know why, but the grapes made it gawd-awful. Here beef stroganoff (sp?) was pretty heinous too. Other than those two thingys, she is a really good cook.
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 8:23:12 AM EST
Originally Posted By Dukota: My mother used to make liver on a weekly basis. Disgusting stuff. Who ever got the idea that an animals organs, used to cleanse the blood could be good for you is SICK.
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I agree with you completely. My occasionally parents mention liver, and I tell them I have no intention of eating an "oil filter."
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 8:44:37 AM EST
OK, I'll take the bull by the horns, er whatever... Years ago I went to a restaurant with a lady friend who talked me into ordering Rocky Mountain Oysters. Knowing what they were made it a bit difficult to swallow, but fact of the matter is they were actually pretty tastey. Never had them since, but I guess I wouldn't hesitate to order them again...
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 8:53:28 AM EST
Spoiled frog legs,at a bar a couple of nights after a power outage,only had one that was rotten,luckly it was the last one.It smelled just like road kill when I bit into it!!!
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Goat meat. Some of the Filipino guys where I used to work brought in some goat meat they'd gotten at one of their uncle's farms. It smelled like the back end of a goat. It tasted like it smelled. Reminds me of a couple of other things I...never mind![;D] edited for 'couthness'.
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Originally Posted By thebeekeeper1: Two things, both at Red Lobster, at different times, and yes, I still eat there-- 1) a spoiled oyster (on the half shell). Do NOT order oysters in months with no "R" in them. This one was quickly in-and-back-out of my mouth. 2) a spoiled shrimp (fried/butterflied). This one was truly horrendous, as I had to chew it a bit to discover the nastiness of rotting flesh. Ugh!
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I gave up eating at Red Lobster years ago. Seemed everytime I'd eat there I'd get sick.
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 9:25:29 AM EST
Something off a street vendor cart in Izmir, Turkey. It smelled really good. The more I chewed it, the bigger it got! Finally spit it out, hungry dogs wouldn't eat this shit. Later, whilst walking through the marketplace, I noticed what i had tried....sheep intestines on a stick!(with bread) The bread, however, was not too bad. I'm sure Haji washed his hands before making it. (as long as I tell myself that, I feel better)
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 9:32:02 AM EST
Haggis. Basically sheep offal cooked in its own stomach. Scots adore this stuff. My ancestors suffered bad taste in food preparation if that's the best they could do. I stomach a few bites at gatherings of the clan. Sometimes I don't think the family is worth it. Gawd that's awful.
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 9:32:16 AM EST
Head cheese!!! YEEUUUCHH
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 9:34:02 AM EST
When I was in Thule, Greenland th first time, they had "Greenlandic day" at the chow hall. The Iniuits served whale. Now, one thing to keep in mind is how good the food normally is at Thule...really good stuff. All the Danes and Americans were eating hamburgers that day. I tried the whale. Basically a bloody, fatty, gristly meat with a tough skin. Tasted like liver due to the high cooked blood content. Disgusting. The Inuits were eating like it was going out of style or something.
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 9:35:01 AM EST
The worst ever is kimchee. Korean sauerkraut. They can keep it. The worst ever as a joke for money was a chili milkshake. Vanilla ice cream and a can of Hormel chili in a blender. It was very very bad. But I made $50.
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 9:40:42 AM EST
Raw eel. Had it at a border (north) party here. They said it was smoked, but I think they were instead of the eel. Nasty shit. Kimchee ranks a very close 2nd, with that drink that makes you stupid. (Obee?!?)
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 9:41:39 AM EST
Originally Posted By Bug_splatter: What's the worst thing you have ever eaten ? 1. I ate the worm in tequila.
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The worm rules!!!! [):)] [whacko] I have finished a few of those during my party days [xx(][BD][%|][X] [:X*]
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 9:44:53 AM EST
Originally Posted By BenDover: The worst ever is kimchee. Korean sauerkraut. They can keep it.
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Kimchee I don't mind. In fact, I'd go so far as to say I like it. Sometimes you just need fermented spicy-as-hell cabbage. Come to think of it, I can't recall ever eating anything that I've never really liked that much. I'm either sheltered, or lucky. the_reject
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 9:57:17 AM EST
I picked up this Saigon whore... I still have about 40 pounds of her left in the freezer. [:D]
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Absolute worst? Squid!!! [puke]!! Nasty! Second: Shrimp [puke], a close tie with the squid Third: virtually all seafood, except Fish & Chips.. Fouth: Eggs! NASTY!! I even want to puke when I smell that yellow pile of regurgitation!
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RED MAN long cut and lots of beer, it was the worst hangover I ever had. I ate monkey in the PI, it was not bad. I also had fried chicken head in the PI as well.
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 11:06:57 AM EST
A hippie chick while in college.
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Link Posted: 6/17/2002 11:28:07 AM EST
Brussels sprouts GAAACCCKK! Tiny embryonic bitter cabbages.
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 11:37:31 AM EST
My college roommate ate a cockroach for $20. It made me sick to watch, but he kept it down. He said it kind of tickled going down. Kim-chee bad! Sea Urchin on Sushi Bar bad! Long hair in Blimpie sandwich still gives me the gag reflex.
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 11:45:52 AM EST
Truth Serum. and that's all I have to say about that.
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 11:51:30 AM EST
While in China we at this little japanese place, and my fried she ordered sushi, and it came with this pickeled ginger. She is like "try this, its so good." So I try it and gagged. I'm not sure how it stayed down, but it did. I couldn't stand the stuff, but she asked for more. Kevin
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 12:48:43 PM EST
coagulated duck's blood & stewed grubs/larvae. Actually, both sounds gross, but are good. The grubs/larvae are actually buttery.
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[Last Edit: 6/17/2002 12:53:35 PM EST by Cincinnatus]
Pizza, south or west of Philadelphia. (Sea Urchin's pretty nasty, too)
Link Posted: 6/17/2002 12:54:41 PM EST
There was this time I got my cocoa mug mixed up with a mug full of cold bacon grease... my stomach still turns twenty-five years later just thinking about it. Other than that I guess I've been pretty lucky (read: picky eater). I agree 100% with the guy who hates seafood and eggs (especially greasy fried eggs with the runny yolk). I never could understand why everybody went crazy over crab, lobster, etc... all of it tastes like fish, some fishier than others.
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Here in Korea .... 1) It might have been a sea urchin, or a type of sea cucumber, raw and all grinded up, orange in color. Looked like a plate of puke, and tasted like slime with crunchy warts. Was killin' the Koreans too, which is why they'd take a shot of Soju with each bite! 2) Raw fish, but not nicely cut pieces of tuna like the Japanese do. Looked like they took a fish and tore it up by hand, and put it on a plate. Bones, skin, & meat in a tasty heap [:X*] I'm half Japanese and have eaten my share of raw seafood, but that sh*t messed me up ! [puke] Chris
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