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anything from Mc'D's

except their fries... they are still edible

I sure wish they would go back to using Lard/Tallow to fry in!

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Canned peas for me. Otherwise I will eat just about anything. Even fresh peas...

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Not really. Some weird thing I was given as a kid, I don't even know exactly what it was. Since then, no.
I used to work at a local mall during my senior year. Had this cafeteria restaurant in there, go down the line with a tray, pay at the end. My preference for drinks was tea, but it was unsweetened and already iced, so I'd get milk, which came in little 1/2 pint cartons, I'd get two.
Eat half the meal, down a carton, eat the other half, down the second carton. I didn't have much time. So I'm chugging down the first carton when I realize it has texture. I stop, mouth full. It's feels about like jello that's half ready. Gone bad. I smell it, it stinks. Well, no glass, can't get back in that little opening, I just swallowed it.
Yes, the other one smelled the same. Just ate the rest of the, meal dry and went back to work.

That didn't make me heave, or even nauseous.

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Nope.
I have eaten some things that tasted like dung but simply do not eat it ever again, or more than one bite after I find out.
Lutefisk tastes just fine but getting used to the texture is hard.

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Boiled turnips. Love the greens but boil the root and a hurling I will go!
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Not really. Some weird thing I was given as a kid, I don't even know exactly what it was. Since then, no.
I used to work at a local mall during my senior year. Had this cafeteria restaurant in there, go down the line with a tray, pay at the end. My preference for drinks was tea, but it was unsweetened and already iced, so I'd get milk, which came in little 1/2 pint cartons, I'd get two.
Eat half the meal, down a carton, eat the other half, down the second carton. I didn't have much time. So I'm chugging down the first carton when I realize it has texture. I stop, mouth full. It's feels about like jello that's half ready. Gone bad. I smell it, it stinks. Well, no glass, can't get back in that little opening, I just swallowed it.
Yes, the other one smelled the same. Just ate the rest of the, meal dry and went back to work.

That didn't make me heave, or even nauseous.

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Can't say that anything affected me that fast. Have had food poisoning several times, but that didn't hit me until an hour or 2 later. I did see my brother have a reaction like that once. We had some raw oysters, which mom, dad and I really enjoyed. My brother, not so much. This was during the holidays, so he had bought over his son and daughter, about 9 and 12 at the time. He was trying to convince them, to try anything at least once before forming an opinion. He put one on a cracker with a couple drops of hot sauce like the way I like them. Didn't even make it half way down, off to the races. Could hear him in the bathroom retching up like a dog that ate a rotten gut pile. I started laughing so hard, like now just remembering it, I had tears coming down my face. But the funniest part, was when my mom looked at my niece and nephew, and wanted them to try some any way. The look on their faces, I think they would have crawled into a vat of boiling oil before eating an oyster. That made me laugh even harder. Oh well, more for me!gypsyman

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I guess that built a memory of the family holidays!

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