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    Default Whats the wierdest thing u have ever eaten?

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    Default Whats the wierdest thing u have ever eaten?

    Quote Originally Posted by HearMeRoar View Post
    I'm very boring/unadventurous, I don't think I can contribute to this thread at all! Subbing anyway :-)
    I'm boring/unadventurous too and I was in Singapore for work, first night and the host served cold shark fin soup. I was a little put off when I thought I'd ordered Singapore noodles one day but actually got served a chooks foot on a bed of rice.

    Eta. my mum used to cook up pigs trotters as a 'treat dinner' when I was a child.

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    My mum used to very occasionally cook ham steak 'pizzas,' so it was a slab of ham steaks with a ring of tinned pineapple and under the grill with some cheese on top. Feckin disgusting and weird. I'm not very adventurous with food.
    My DH ate flying fox overseas once. I couldn't look at him while he was eating it. It was not a good meal for a romantic dinner.
    ETA we stayed overnight in a remote village overseas and I ate 'something' for dinner. It was pre-ordered food, and I said I was vego so I didn't get stuck eating random meat. It was dark, and I couldn't see what I was eating. I also wasn't game enough to ask.
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    This just reminds me of the thick ham steaks mum used to cook for dinner. *vomit*

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    Quote Originally Posted by M'LadyEm View Post
    This just reminds me of the thick ham steaks mum used to cook for dinner. *vomit*
    I just edited my post...it was ham steaks we had, not spam. So disgusting!


 

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