What is the Most Disgusting Thing You Have Ever Eaten?

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Mountain Oysters. I didn't know what they were when I ate them but I promptly puked my guts up when I found out
 

demonseed

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I once at a girl while she had her period.

Oh, you mean food...

I have eaten squirrel, tripe, haggus, and rocky mountain oysters (bull testicles). Those are three things I would not want to eat again
 

oldmandick

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Groundhog salad... Looked like chicken salad made with dark meat.
 

krispykreme

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Mountain Oysters. I didn't know what they were when I ate them but I promptly puked my guts up when I found out
Those are deep fried bull balls. Typically sliced breaded or battered and fried. Rocky Mountain Oysters are what they are commonly called.
 

Slow Bollards

Bollards...sounds a bit rude, doesn't it?
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I'm not very adventurous when it comes to food, but in thinking back it occured to me that I am probably completely unaware of the most disgusting thing I've ever eaten. I could've chowed down into a bigmac with a negro booger in it, or enjoyed sushi with pre-cummy rice. I've eaten a number of female heiny-holes and care not to think of the parasites, germs, worms, and other nastiness I've ingested in doing so. I got plenty to think about today.
 

Pigdango

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I have eaten squirrel(1) , tripe(2) , haggus(3) , and rocky mountain oysters (bull testicles) (4) . Those are three things I would not want to eat again
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USCowboy69

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That would have to be a Thorrablot dinner during the same-named celebration when I was stationed in Iceland. It stems from a celebration of the hardships of early winters the Vikings encountered, when food stuffs were running low and all that was left were rotting meats and fishes, scraps and ends. A traditional dinner includes:

1. Hákarl (putrefied shark)
2. Blóðmör (filled sausage/black pudding)
3. Hrútspungur (ram's scrotum with testicles)
4. Lundabaggi (sheep's fat)
5. Svinasulta (jellied ham)
6. Svið (jellied sheep's head)
7. Harðfiskur (bread spread made of fish)
8. Hangikjot (smoked lamb)

The smoked lamb is quite good, but the shark is horrid. The smell alone of rotted shark meat that has been prepared by burying it for a lengthy period of time....OMFG! Thank God there is usually a lot of schnapps to go around! Never Again!
 
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AlrightMister

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Blood sausage. My uncle is from Ireland and apparently that passes for food there. Yuck.