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2004-04-21 04:54:51 PM  
9 votes:
Without question BALUT!!!

The smell alone is enough to gag a maggot, let alone that it's a pickled, half-grown chicken embryo.

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/now with voting goodness
2004-04-21 04:23:00 PM  
4 votes:
Ballotue: Phillipino century eggs. You take a fertilized chicken egg, bury it in warm earth till it 3/4 develops. Take it out, pop a hole in the top and bottom, suck out the embratic (SP) fluid, then peel the egg and eat the underdeveloped chick. If there is a beak or claw remnants, you can take them out.
2004-04-21 05:11:41 PM  
3 votes:
Never tried it, but had to see if Genocide1215 was lying or not.


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2004-04-21 04:18:22 PM  
3 votes:
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2004-04-21 04:49:46 PM  
2 votes:

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And Soylent Green.

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Soylent Blue is okay, though.
2004-04-21 04:20:17 PM  
2 votes:
well, while i was in peru, a special dish down there is a thing called coui (sp?). It is guiney pig. I sat down to get it, and when they brought it out, it was disgusting. It was a guiney pig, freshly killed, cut down the middle, stomach and heart were removed (lungs, kidneys, and lots of other stuff were still in it), they also chopped the head in half at the jaw, one half was on one side, and the other was on the other side, the head was stuck togeather with skin still. The whole thing was just deep fryed like that, and there was still tuffs of hair on the feet. It looked like a guiney pig which was cut open and deep fryed. Well i began eating, and the meat was REALLY good, but when it came to the insides, i only could get enough courage to eat the kidneys, which was also really good. I gave the rest of the insides to the father of the family i was staying with, and he seemed to enjoy eating them. If i had a scanner i would show you the pics i got. But if you are ever in Peru and are offered coui (pronounced c oo y), make sure u got the ball enough to eat a deep fryed small furry critter.
2004-04-21 04:15:20 PM  
2 votes:
2004-04-21 04:13:42 PM  
2 votes:
To name a few (like you care)

Gross things I have not eaten, and probably will never eat:
*Sea cucumbers
*Pigs ears
*Goats head
*Frog legs
*Courtney Love('s hole: cause it smells like Gubmint' cheese :-)

Gross things I have ate:
*Baloot(?) (Phillipine dish: fertilzed chicken in egg)
*Dog (Mexico, did not know till later)
*Horse (Mexico, did not know till later)
*Various insects
*Vienna sausage
*A few women with less than stellar personal hygiene

Do I win a prize?
2004-04-21 04:11:14 PM  
2 votes:
tripe n.
1.The rubbery lining of the stomach of cattle or other ruminants, used as food.

2. Informal. Something of no value; rubbish.

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2004-04-21 04:07:26 PM  
2 votes:

"I can't even look at the sign. I'll be near the bologna... YOU look at it." - Geo. Carlin
2004-04-21 04:04:50 PM  
2 votes:
Hair Pie
2004-04-21 10:30:52 AM  
2 votes:
2004-04-21 10:17:39 PM  
1 vote:
my girlfriend says anal sex. :(
2004-04-21 06:52:38 PM  
1 vote:
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2004-04-21 06:50:45 PM  
1 vote:
Those buttered popcorn-flavored jelly beans. Gak.
2004-04-21 05:29:04 PM  
1 vote:
My buddy keeps pushing me to try his "bukake" or something, but I'm a little suspicious... >:o/

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2004-04-21 04:56:55 PM  
1 vote:
Tofu, because its made from baby seals
2004-04-21 04:50:40 PM  
1 vote:
(read about it:
2004-04-21 04:50:03 PM  
1 vote:
Celery - if its in a salad it's all I can taste
2004-04-21 04:41:31 PM  
1 vote:
It's a toss up between warm mayonaise w/raisins and a bucket of lard with hair in it.
2004-04-21 04:39:41 PM  
1 vote:
I worked at McDonalds as a teenager. One of my friends (such as he was) used to get really drunk off of Vodka in the back drive-thru (used to just guzzle the stuff w/ sprite all night). Anyway, he would get confused sometimes (ha, yeah, right, he was just sick). When he got really wasted and needed to go to the bathroom, he'd go up to one of the big orange drink syrup containers (really big steel thing with nice round cover on it). Took the cover off and, um.. took care of business. Put it back on, went back to his binge.

So, I will never (ever) drink McDonalds Orange drink.
2004-04-21 04:38:59 PM  
1 vote:
Natto. Anything that looks like mushy beans in mucus that smells like dirty feet is *not* going in my mouth.

My host family in Japan loved natto and tried to get me to eat it, but I just couldn't stand it.

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Of things that I've tried, a mixture of gobou and tofu was the worst. Slimy, cold, and the most bitter thing I've ever eaten. Ick.
2004-04-21 04:38:44 PM  
1 vote:
2004-04-21 04:37:24 PM  
1 vote:
Absolutely, positively NSFW!!!!
2004-04-21 04:29:27 PM  
1 vote:
Anyone up for chicken feet!
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got them by the buttload at walmart. these went in the lawn for halloween.
2004-04-21 04:26:02 PM  
1 vote:
i refuse to try a McGriddle. period. i also refuse to try lemon-flavored snow cones. and i refuse to be in the same room with Lutefisk.
2004-04-21 04:25:01 PM  
1 vote:
Baked beans of any kind.

Hated them as a kid, still hate them and will not eat them. Not so much a flavour thing as a texture.

I am so there with you so I'm adding voting to your comment.
2004-04-21 04:23:04 PM  
1 vote:
I'll try almost anything meat-based...where I run into trouble is with plant matter...I'm like the anti-Vegan.

Hilarity ensues when I cook, because I like my meat almost raw (I cook burgers 90 seconds on a side, max, and like my steak so rare they can bring me out a live cow and an ax and let me do the rest) girlfriend and my mother prefer their meat cooked. Always fun to gross them out by taking big honking bites of raw meat like a caveman.

/damn women...
//oh boy, vote thingee!
2004-04-21 04:21:17 PM  
1 vote:
anything from White Castle and the chili at Skyline. both make my stomach turn just thinking about them
2004-04-21 04:20:30 PM  
1 vote:
I won't touch peas, or anything that contains peas or pea byproducts.

I worked at a Seneca (formerly Green Giant) plant one summer shuttling freshly de-podded peas from conveyor belts to their final destinations, be they cans or freezer bags.

The smell of rotten, sun-baked peas is horrid, and even the scent of fresh peas makes me gag.
2004-04-21 04:20:02 PM  
1 vote:
Olives...blech...anyone else with me on this?
2004-04-21 04:15:03 PM  
1 vote:
2004-04-21 04:13:30 PM  
1 vote:
puffer fish
2004-04-21 04:11:17 PM  
1 vote:
Food? No thanks, im on a diet.
2004-04-21 04:11:01 PM  
1 vote:
Anything that's been served on Fear Factor
2004-04-21 04:10:49 PM  
1 vote:
Most of the stuff listed here. All vegetables except potatoes and garlic, haggis, sushi, SPAM, anything with cheese except pizza, any type of internal organ, beer, smegma, anything with tentacles, anything resembling an insect, anything still alive, kiwi fruit, anything metal, soup and stew, eggs, anything nonbiodegradable, cat food like Whiskas or tuna...

It would be easier to list the things I would eat.
2004-04-21 04:09:54 PM  
1 vote:
Natto, fermented soybeans basically, what the hell where the japanese thinking!?
2004-04-21 04:07:41 PM  
1 vote:
shiatillias (poo tortillias)
2004-04-21 04:06:50 PM  
1 vote:
Head Cheese... :(
2004-04-21 04:06:07 PM  
1 vote:
My own home-cooked meals.
2004-04-21 04:04:57 PM  
1 vote:
Potted Meat.

/I like how you talk.
2004-04-21 04:03:45 PM  
1 vote:
Vegetables.....all vegetables.
2004-04-21 02:08:08 PM  
1 vote:
One time, my school had a canned food drive. One of my friends' dad found the most random stuff from their pantry to bring in, one can of which were sheep brains. I felt sorry for the homeless people who got them.

Picklehead, just get cooked or veggie sushi. You've got to like fried crab or shrimp as seafood, and if not, then get some cucumber sushi. No raw fish is involved!
2004-04-21 10:46:40 AM  
1 vote:
exick: and Mountain Dew.

AKA, "Code in a can".

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This is an old image, I just restocked. We now have 3 rows of coke (2 cans tall) and 3 rows of dew (also 2 cans tall)

Each row holds 9 cans. So, 54 cans of dew.
Got rid of the pepsi though, it was there because someone brought a 6 pack of it over once. Drank 2 cans, left the other four. And they were still there a year later. (whereas the 54 cans of dew are like a 2 month supply.
2004-04-21 10:17:23 AM  
1 vote:
Man, I was expecting to see all kinds of exotic scary foods that people had heard of but never eaten. I get in here and I see cheese, mayonnaise, eggs, bananas.

I'll be different. Here are the foods I eat that people think are disgusting.
Pickles (kosher dills only please), mushrooms (raw or cooked), jelly on grilled cheese, burritos with ketchup, and Mountain Dew. I'm sure there are some others. These aren't really crazy foods or anything, but I consistently get a "Yuck!" out of people when I say I like them.

shiat I won't touch:
Any of the funky animal parts already mentioned. I tend to shy away from internal organs. I'm not a big fan of sushi either. The whole raw thing kinda creeped me out, but I tried it. I had rolled sushi, so there was seaweed on it. I seriously think people are mistaken when they think that the seaweed is supposed to be eaten. As for the fish, it was pretty bland. The whole thing was kinda boring and flavorless. Also, I won't eat lettuce. It's not that it's disgusting or anything, it just tastes like grass. I don't particularly care for the taste of grass.
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