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Weirdest Thing You've Ever Eaten!


May 9, 2010
Never trust me with $5 foot longs from Subway, well I get the Meatball one, put lettuce,pickles,mustard, and some other stuff on it. It tastes good but weird at the same time.


Nyanko Sensei
Oct 18, 2007
The Netherlands
Let see...

I ate a bunny once, they may look cute but they taste horrible. The meat is even dryer then the meat of a turkey

And i ate the meat of a shark once, dammmmmnnnnnnnnn tasty! This is high class quality!
Aug 25, 2011
When I was a kid I ate at least $2.00 in change... I do not know why I did it.. I just remember that I did.....


Jan 31, 2010
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The weirdest thing I think I've ever eaten was peanut butter with lettuce, olives, and Swiss cheese. I only ate it because we were out of mustard. It was terrible and I would probably not eat it again.

I've also had Calamari, which is squid. It was okay, but not great.

Finally, I've had Eel as part of sushi, and it was GREAT. I think it was called Unagi, not sure.

Luke's Wife

peaked in 2015
Aug 15, 2011
the abyss
wouldn't you like to know, weather boy
I haven't eaten a lot of weird stuff (unless you count a dog treat, I was 7, and it was delicious.) except maybe pickles and peanut butter, but a lot of people I know do that. I like Tostitos with whipped cream on top, it's amazing. I'm not much for foreign food, I tried sushi once, and I hated it. Seafood creeps me out so I don't touch it. and yeah :3
Feb 23, 2011
Well, I generally like to experiment with my food. For example, I like to put french fries on hamburgers or potato chips on ham and cheese sandwiches. I also like to put condiments on a variety of foods with which they typically aren't "compatible" by average standards. lol The weirdest thing I've ever eaten... Hmm... I'd have to say spaghetti with ranch dressing and bacon bits. I find it to be nigh impossible to eat spaghetti without them. I like to pour ranch dressing on lots of things, mostly foods of Italian origin, like pizza and various pastas.

M. Bulteau

Nov 28, 2011
Well, I can only tell what people have told me is weird, because it's perfectly normal for me...

I like cod liver oil.

When a big enough fish is boiled, I also like to eat the cheeks and the eyes. Hmmmm... The latter are like jello with a hard chewing-gum in the middle. :D It's kinda common in Portugal to eat the fish's head. There's is a dish that consists entirely of a BIG fish's head, don't know how you call the fish itself in English, it's garoupa here. Can get big enough for five people.

I also like to eat the chicken's giblets in the chicken soup: Heart, lungs, liver, gizzard, proto-eggs (MY FAVORITES)...


I ate a bunny once, they may look cute but they taste horrible. The meat is even dryer then the meat of a turkey
I was either badly done or the meat was ******, because rabbit is positively awesome if done right.

I would probably have to go with Octopus. It looks weird, but believe it or not, it tasted really good.
One of my favorites ever. With vinaigrette sauce, parsley and onion. SO GOOD.
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The Blade of Evil's Bane
Dec 21, 2011
Temple of Time
I eat salad without dressing, which is apparently weird. My friend once ate a raw, still beating fish heart for a dollar. And also a baked potato skin filled with a stick and a half of butter. I'm not sure which is more disgusting.

Haha don't worry buddy, I'm here for you. I eat salad without dressing, but I put parmesean cheese on it though.
Jan 1, 2012
Escargot? I actually kind of liked it...it was drenched in garlic butter though.
Also oysters. That's not as strange as snails though.


Eating Link since 1987
Jul 27, 2010
The Wind Temple
I once put buttered popcorn in chicken noodle soup, and that tasted pretty good. The popcorn kernels literally shrivelled up and the butter leaked out onto the surface. Another weird thing I did was experiment with French fries; I've dipped them in many things other than ketchup, including mustard, mayonnaise, sweet and sour sauce, BBQ sauce, and root beer. Yes, root beer. It actually tastes great!


Sep 20, 2008
The weirdest thing i've ever eaten would be brocolli and Pickle sandwiches. It was absolutely disgusting! For one, i've always despised brocolli, and i'm not a huge fan of pickles either. The sandwich was horribly soggy and it smelt like it had been dipped in vinegar. but, that was probably the pickles. Anyway, I was almost sick after one bite. >_<

The second weirdest thing i've ever eaten would have to be fried insects. There was a stall handing out free samples of fried insects at a culture fair, and I swear I saw a small scorpion on a sick. It was incredibly squidgy and slimy on the inside, and the crunch sent shivers down my spine! D: NEVER AGAIN!

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