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38 / F / Somewhere in the US
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Posted 10/22/08 , edited 10/22/08
For some reading this you may go that's not weird...... Well it all depends on where you are from. Due to this by many American standards this is my list of weird and strangest things I have eaten.

Fugu (blowfish), crickets, fried roaches, grilled bat, dog (yes I've had dog people and you know what Rover tastes yummy too.), dolphin (as in Flipper), beef tongue(thought that not really weird here), goats brain, monkey brains, yak testes, cuttle fish, jellyfish, sea slugs, head fish soup, blood dumplings, camels feet, salamander, scorpion, ants, possum, wombat, reindeer, walrus fat, turtle, squirrel, elk, moose, witches wax( it grows on trees), lichen (also grows on trees), jackfruit, durian, mountain potato, natto (I love it most people hate it), and ginko seeds and seal fresh and partially raw.
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0_o Wow... You are very adventurous, I couldn't eat a third of those things, and I wonder what lead you to eat all that in the first place. I haven't eaten a lot of weird things myself though. Let's see:

Balot (underdeveloped chicks still in the egg), Full yolked egg (I dont remember what it's called, but it's when the egg begins to develop and becomes nearly all yolk), Beetles, frogs, chicken feet, blood soup, raw fish (if that, counts. I dont find it weird, but most others hate the thought), Buffalo, ostrich... I can't think of anything else.

There's a bunch of fruit I've eaten, but if we had them in America, I'm pretty damn sure they'd love it. lol
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SizzledIce wrote:

0_o Wow... You are very adventurous, I couldn't eat a third of those things, and I wonder what lead you to eat all that in the first place. I haven't eaten a lot of weird things myself though. Let's see:

Balot (underdeveloped chicks still in the egg), Full yolked egg (I dont remember what it's called, but it's when the egg begins to develop and becomes nearly all yolk), Beetles, frogs, chicken feet, blood soup, raw fish (if that, counts. I dont find it weird, but most others hate the thought), Buffalo, ostrich... I can't think of anything else.

There's a bunch of fruit I've eaten, but if we had them in America, I'm pretty damn sure they'd love it. lol


I travel alot and I go by the theory of don't ask until your done eating it.. Here in my state frog, buffalo, ostrich and chicken feet are easily available in most stores......I had blood soup once I wasn't that impressed but it wasn't bad either.
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