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    Most seafoods make me want to be sick.

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    I draw the line at offal - brains, liver, tripe etc. I have no desire to try any of it, ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    Octopus - the large tentacles have those huge awful suckers and the baby ones have those bulbous heads... Barf!
    Yes! I have eaten them before and never would again.

    Offal.
    Crocodile. Have tasted it though

    Otherwise, there's not much I wouldn't eat...

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    Seafood. I wish I liked it but I just don't. I can't eat it, it makes me feel sick.

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    Lol, nup not taking the p*ss ive never heard of that name for those things!!

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    Offal, pork, any meat that isnt cooked throughly.....if there is blood I wont touch it.

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    Any meat or poultry, the biting of flesh makes me physically ill but I can eat octopus, fish, seafood no problem!

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    Brain and tongue are the two I can't handle the thought of!

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    Sushi. The smell makes me gag. Revolting!

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    Pumpkin and coffee!


 

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