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Old 05-20-2013, 11:04 PM   #11
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Dog poo. I hit it with a weedeater. Not like I put it in the casserole or anything... Had my mouth open (it was HOT out that day, over 100)
Cow poo. Downhill bicycle as a kid. Yep, I was yelling as I was speeding. Nasty.
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Thing keeps correcting my spelling. That was tobasco
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Thing keeps correcting my spelling. That was tobasco
I was wondering about the color of the "tobacco".
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My first encounter with wasabi. Quaint restaurant in Vermont. Ordered the tuna - cooked. It had a dollop of something green on top. I thought it was avocado based. It was not. Put the whole thing in my mouth and got it down before it registered. I will never forget that moment.
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I have eaten some nasty stuff , ants, ground hog , beetles, meal worms, grubs , but by far the worst was a locust just because it looked nasty sprayed something out of its arse but it did have a hazelnut flavor, one thing to keep in mind dont eat the wings there hard to choke down
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My Mother's Tuna Fish Casserole, served up once a week back in the sixties.
Man I am with you there. Friday nights, fish night. The other thing I still cannot eat is mac and cheese. It was equally nasty. My kids love it, so it must have been my Mother's style of cooking and then broiling. Yow that was bad.

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My first encounter with wasabi. Quaint restaurant in Vermont. Ordered the tuna - cooked. It had a dollop of something green on top. I thought it was avocado based. It was not. Put the whole thing in my mouth and got it down before it registered. I will never forget that moment.
We convinced a fella that wasabi was sweet like candy. He won't forget that day. I haven't. Lmao I still laugh about it.

BIG spoonful. Lmao
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Oh yeah I forgot this. In Korea,they eat crab raw. I like raw fish. I love Korean food. I spent about four months there in about four years. I love crab, but raw blue claw crab is bad. Damn near the only Korean food I will not eat on purpose. Well, I am not interested in dog either.

Still go to Korean restaurants, and have not been to Korea since about 1997.
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Pretty much everything my ex-wife ever cooked. I never knew it was possible to burn water, until her first attempt at cooking spaghetti.

The only reason I pout on weight during my first marriage was because I did all the cooking. She once made ramen noodles that i put outside for the dog thayt wandered the neighborhood eating out of trash cans. The dog sniffed it, and then it walked away!
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Stouffer's lasagna.
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