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What's the weirdest/most unusual thing you've eaten or drank?
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Charnina. Polish "duck blood soup". It was disgustingly sweet.
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When I was a kid I would eat bologna and cheese sandwiches with mayonnaise. One day a cousin ate one with gummy bears on it, so I gave it a try.. It put me off bologna for years and I've still yet to put mayonnaise on a bologna sandwich again. Separately they aren't strange, but the combination was too much.

I've tried frog legs, venison, and duck, all of which are only slightly out of the norm for most Americans.
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Alligator. Can't wait to eat it again at the farmers market this summer.
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jellyfish, found in a package on a shelf in a local Asian market
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Probably python. It had the texture of chicken, but it had sort of a fishy taste.
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Well there was this one time I drank this horrid concoction of various liquids such as ketchup, flavored coffee syrup, and a few other things I don't remember. It was on a bet. I earned that one dollar. XD
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Escargot
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Chitterlings, thats something you remember for your whole life, was surprisingly tasty though
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Kangaroo, ostrich, horse, chicken gizzard, pigs' feet, blood sausage, haggis (made with sheep's heart, liver, lungs, oatmeal, suet, onion, stock and salt) and opposum (also known as manicou), here's a picture.



I've also eaten deep fried baby octopus, deep fried baby eels, fried shark in batter and curried shark.
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Year-end cleanup. Closing threads with no new posts since 12/31/2016.
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