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What's the weirdest thing you've ever eaten?
Product Placement at 10:14PM, July 7, 2010
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You sure you're an American?
I was born here. My mom AND dad were born here. And I have a birth certificat that says I was born here…I must be a Kenyan! XD
Might be. The president had a pretty hard time convincing everyone of his nationality so why should we believe you?

And so I don't derail the thread, here's another thing I've eaten: Rams testicles.
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ozoneocean at 4:16AM, July 8, 2010
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And so I don't derail the thread, here's another thing I've eaten: Rams testicles.
… was that culinary or something just between you and your special fluffy friend? ^_^
 
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Product Placement at 6:17AM, July 8, 2010
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I think the link I provided answered that question well enough. And don't you dare change the link address.
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same at 3:08PM, July 8, 2010
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Mans testicles you say??
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The Gravekeeper at 3:05PM, July 9, 2010
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Well, I didn't quite eat it, but I did taste it by accident:

Raw, frozen and possibly somewhat freezer-burned ground beef and, for some reason, I mistook for ice cream. In my defense, I was about 6 at the time. That was the worst ice cream I've ever had.

Oh wait, I guess escargot counts for anyone who doesn't have any French influence. Give me some nicely cooked snails in garlic butter, top it with melted cheese and/or mushroom caps and I'm a happy camper.
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Frostflowers at 12:29AM, July 10, 2010
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Erm… After what's been mentioned in this thread, I suppose nachos with chocolate-sauce and onions aren't all that remarkable, huh? >.>
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Plague Doctor at 9:10AM, July 10, 2010
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Lambs brain and tounge
Actually,the brain wasn´t as bad as I tought,it tasted like bitter meat paste and it had suprisingly mushy texture(while I expected to be chewy and rubbery)
The tounge was pretty good,I would compare it to kebap

But it would be a more pleasent experience if it wasn´t for smiling lambs skull staring back at me >.<

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Product Placement at 9:26AM, July 10, 2010
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But it would be a more pleasent experience if it wasn´t for smiling lambs skull staring back at me >.<
Oh, you mean this?

“Picture of a boiled sheep head”

Had that too.

What did you think about the eyeball?
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ozoneocean at 10:06AM, July 10, 2010
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Peanut butter.

That stuff goes against nature. -_-
 
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Dave Mire at 1:14AM, July 11, 2010
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A piece of wood.
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Frostflowers at 5:44AM, July 11, 2010
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A piece of wood.
Oooh, me too, actually. And I've eaten grass.

It tastes… kind of boring.
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ozoneocean at 5:58AM, July 11, 2010
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A piece of wood.
Oooh, me too
I tried that once, when I was very young. White new wood on a broken gum tree.

It looked just like chicken!
.. I didn't taste like it though :(
 
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Archem at 2:27PM, July 11, 2010
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Ham and cheese cookies. A friend and I decided to start eating strange food combinations one day. The worst of the bunch was our attempt at cookies. They were cinnamon cookies, but we topped them with slices of ham and Swiss cheese. For kicks, we later added spray-on whipped topping. They were actually pretty enjoyable.

On second thought, perhaps they weren't the weirdest concoction we made that week. I recall some sort of sandwich, but I don't remember what was on it…
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bravo1102 at 11:25PM, July 11, 2010
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Speaking of blood and iron bars, drinking this stuff… like liquidized iron filings.



Not every person can stand the taste of the true pinnacle of the brewer's art. Pure magic in a glass. I'm getting thirsty.

Creamed chip beef on toast also known as “shit on a shingle”
Green eggs and ham. It wasn't food coloring.
I ate it while it rained,
in the field while we trained.
I do not like green eggs and ham sergeant Sam.
First generation Meals Ready to Eat. The freeze-dried beef patty that tasted like sand along with the gravy powder (fine grit sand paper dust) and ketchup powder(fine metal grinder dust) washed down with tepid water mixed with some bitter grit that supposedly was freeze-dried coffee mixed with some paste that was non-dairy creamer.

Even after all that a Guinness makes it all worthwhile.
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