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What strange food do you eat?

Discussion in 'Just for Laughs and Games' started by Magical Moments., Aug 14, 2008.

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    Ok I don't get that at allllllllllll :confused:

    I have to say though that when my sister-in-law was little she used to eat comet clenser and drink her Mom's perfume. I think they figured out she had something wrong with her though. I don't remember what it was called. Other than being just plain weird.
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    Would you believe that I was in a restaurant last night that had kangaroo on the menu! I was so surprised! I didn't try it as I didn't stay at that particular restaurant to have my dinner, but may just go back one day to give it a try.

    I know the raw oyster thing is not all that unusual for folks who like them, but I thought it was wicked disgusting. I'm not a fan of raw oysters.
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    See now I think cooking them is sacrilege! :lol:

    But if it's a choice between cooked and no oysters well I'll manage to eat them cooked! Up there with my favourite foods of all! :yes:
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    I was looking through to see if anyone had mine and there we go, Wendy got there first :lol:

    I dip crisps into hot chocolate and it drives everyone mad :D the one that seems to particularly make people go EEWWWW is cheese and onion crisps dipped into mint hot chocolate :D
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    Oh heavens! I don't dip them in hot chocolate, rather melted chocolate! :eek: (That is wicked eeeeewewwwwweeeey Keith)! :lol:

    Yes, Kazza there are many oyster lovers who cringe at the thought of steamed oysters. I like them that way, and fried, and in Rockefeller, stew... any way but raw. :yes: However, I am willing to try a raw one in Galway. :D
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    :lol: its YUMMY! :D
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    Don't they go all limp? YEEEERUUUUUUUCH!
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    I don't normally eat mine like this but I have. It is called an oyster shooter.
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    Well the trick is to dip, get a little hot chocolate in the curve of the crisp and eat before it falls apart. :lol:
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    Ah! I see. A talent is required! :yes:

    You Sir shall be the dipping talent faerie. :yes: (You are familiar with the Tink books about faeries and their talents? :unsure:
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    Clamps hand over mouth and runs to bathroom :(
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    Move out the way ....I'm right behind you :lol:
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    My Dad and Uncle used to rabbit hunt and I remember my Grandmother cooking the rabbits for them after the hunt. The bad thing about it is that she would cook the head whole and they woud eat the brains.... An image that has been stuck in my head for 30years now. Now to be stuck in yours. Enjoy. You may thank me later...:shocked025:

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