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Posted 6/11/13
I was drinking soup and I told my mom to make it again because it tasted really good. The next day I saw my mom holding a skinless bunny by the sink with it's ears chopped off and there was white cast over it's eyes.

I told her "WTH is that?!" She said "it's soup"
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FlyinDumpling wrote:

I was drinking soup and I told my mom to make it again because it tasted really good. The next day I saw my mom holding a skinless bunny by the sink with it's ears chopped off and there was white cast over it's eyes.

I told her "WTH is that?!" She said "it's soup"


you ate thumper . poor bunny
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Well, depends on what it was. If it was human flesh or something way out of left field, definitely not. But if it was something like rocky mountain oysters, sure. First time I had them I wasn't told what they were. They weren't bad. Look those up if you don't know what they are.
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Posted 6/11/13 , edited 6/11/13
I never ask what something is while traveling until I've tasted it.

One of the things I found most delicious, was fox. And yes, I would eat it again.
One of the least appealing things, was horse meat. No, I would not eat it again.

So, it just depends on how good it is.


FlyinDumpling wrote:

I was drinking soup and I told my mom to make it again because it tasted really good. The next day I saw my mom holding a skinless bunny by the sink with it's ears chopped off and there was white cast over it's eyes.

I told her "WTH is that?!" She said "it's soup"


Rabbit is so delicious. I have a philosophy that says, "The cuter the animal is, the better it's probably going to taste."
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Posted 6/11/13
The meat of chickens, cows, pigs and goats are fine. But never tell me that it is a pork but only to find out it was actually a dog's meat!
And only selective exotic foods.
Posted 6/11/13
Wait 20 minutes to make sure it is not poisonous, then possibly try it again.
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Posted 6/11/13

kamaitachi5587 wrote:

Yup I would it was good so I was wrong in the first place so why not. What did you eat?


Oh nothing. I was watching the Travel channel and it was one of those food shows so I was just curious about people felt about what it was they were actually eating after they already said it was good
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Posted 6/11/13
nope nope

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Posted 6/11/13 , edited 6/11/13
I'm the least pickiest eater on the planet. In my 16 years alive on earth I have only found 3 things that i dislike:

-Carrots
-ketchup
-Chocolate

However, I CAN eat these things when mixed with other ingredients, just not by themselves.
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Posted 6/11/13
Y'mean something like...linked sausage?

Yes.
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Posted 6/11/13
Probably.
The first time I ate Moussaka (a greek lasagna essentially), I had no idea it was made with eggplant, which I vowed to never eat. And honestly, I've had it since, and it still tastes fine to me. Just because I won't eat eggplant raw doesn't mean I won't eat it, in say, a different form, with other ingredients.
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Posted 6/12/13
Lived in Mexico City some 20 years ago and the maid brought home tacos bright and early every Sunday morning to have with cafe. They were wonderful warm and crispy the queso (cheese) just oozed out of them and was delicious. Looked forward to Sunday mornings with relish until I found out that they were cow brain tacos.
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Posted 6/12/13
anything from McDonalds. Or something from my old school's cafeteria.
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Posted 6/13/13 , edited 6/13/13
Depends what the mystery ingredients are. In most cases....no, I would not repeat and eat.

I guess I don't mind nearly as much of the secret ingredient is plant-derived, but animal products of dubious origin strike me as more gross even though that may not necessarily be true.
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Posted 6/16/13
Hell no. Just look at McDonald's and all the junk their stuff is made out of.
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