Discussion in 'suburban75' started by Pickman's model, May 15, 2019 at 8:28 PM.
That bloke who played Baldrick guzzles banana milkshake after banana milkshake.
Sweetcorn soup shite thing from the Chinese that's curdled with egg white. Oh god, that's brought back very bad memories.
I like kale! Grew up on it before it became trendy. (Used to be a cheap thing to bulk out soup/other food and was available everywhere.)
I bought it, once in innocence, from the buffet on a TGV; absolutely foul.
When I was 16 I had a much older Italian boyfriend. His dad decided he wanted to meet the young girl his son was seeing so invited us for Sunday lunch. We turned up horrendously hungover and he proceeded to serve boiled tripe, accompanied by shots of grappa. I managed to hold the vom in until we left, just..
Marmite and olives. Vile.
You're a proper wrong 'un moomoo
Mash, chips and black pudding sandwich sounds fantastic.
I used to like you.
I love both marmite and olives funnily enough!
Eaten together I'd imagine they are dreadful. I shall try it and report back later.
Separately they are great.
Is it any particular type of olive you don't like or just olives in general?
I’m not usually a fan of aubergine either but this sounds lush, gonna try this at the weekend.
Coriander, wispa gold, like potatoes but hate mash (it’s the texture).
They're just as weird as you remember them. You're slightly repulsed as usual. The you take another and another.
Also mini-pretzels that taste like you haven't brushed your teeth yet.
You're shitting me?
Me neither. Chicken and cheese together is wrong as well.
I grew up eating roast chicken sandwiches with malt vinegar liberally applied, and snacking on oxo cubes and raw rice. (True story)
Sounds wrong and is wrong, but I knew no better.
I am not shitting on you.
Are you surprised that he asked for one, or that I've never come across a sausage and cheese sarnie before?
I love fried then grilled miso aubergines. Lovely.
I used to always have sauages and cheese (camembert preferred), but now I don't eat sausages.
I asked for a chicken and cheese sandwich in France once and was refused, I was told the fillings couldn't go together. So then I just ordered a chicken sandwich and a selection of cheeses. I was refused again, when I asked why I was told "because I think you might put the cheese in the sandwich". The waiter then proceeded to tell me exactly what I would order, which turned out to be a selection of cold meats. something that I hadn't shown any interest in whatsoever.
Wtf?! This is manna
Andouillettes are not made from tripe iirc, but further along the digestive system - ie they are made from arse, hence taste and smell.
Balut for me too, and any meal that is still alive when brought to the table
Yes, andouillettes use the gut tube just up from the ringpiece. Whilst tripe has at one time contained the stomach content, andouillettes have actually carried shit.
If you ever see souse in a Caribbean restaurant do not order it. Its a soup/stew made of pigs feet, lime, hot peppers, vinegar and cucumbers .
Its all manner of wrong, gelatinous and quite simply vile.
I had similar treatment, but there was a scrounging dog around that became my new best friend
And okra. Okra is just wrong. And don't tell me its because I don't cook it correctly
Its grim stuff
Ugh I just remembered another one: lampreys Honestly the worst thing I've ever eaten and it completely beats me why anyone would. They taste like mud and shit wrapped around a spring. They look like this ffs
Love me a bit of lamprey pie
I didn't even know people ate lampreys.
I think I'll pass...
Eating a used colostomy bag would probably be pretty similar.
Yea though it's not like some of the things posted, I'm no fan of caramel and chocolate together. The tortoise and hare Cadbury's caramel advert may have played a part in this.
Eh? Are you some kind of weirdo?
How can caramel and chocolate not be right together?
If it wasn't for lampreys the word surfeit would have vanished from the English language. And as that famous "surfeit of lamphreys" killed a king, they can't be all bad. The good news is that improvements in water quality and the instillation of strategically placed lamphrey tiles means that after two centuries of being virtually extinct British lamphreys are on the way back.
Since childhood, I've always had a strong affection for the closely related milk-guzzling humphreys, which where audacious enough to take on the likes of the great Muhammed Ali in their quest for nourishment
Lampreys swimming back up English rivers for first time since 1800s
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