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What’s the worst thing you’ve eaten out of politeness?

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Family had filet with Risotto with saffron. I had to force down several forkfulls last night. As well as the dryest red wine I ever drank. Tasted like battery acid  lol

asked Jan 2 in Just For Fun by Cinders717 (3,651,790 points)

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First time meeting/eating with husband's family and they served beef heart.

"Strangers and the Knight exchanging lances..."

answered Jan 2 by gettinslim45 (221,800 points)
EEWE! You poor thing!
I'd rather lick a cat butt....
My thoughts, too.
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I don't play that game.....

answered Jan 2 by stanorocks! (158,120 points)
Brave if it is your difficult Aunt Betsy that served it to you!! Where do you want the ashes scatttered...hehe
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I really only enjoy very few foods and am extremely picky in my taste- so it could have been anything others would consider delicious from cake to steak- I think because of my blood type typically food considered good isn't to me 

answered Jan 2 by anonymous
I thinks you're nuts.
But I still like you......
Awe ditto
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This chick I met on Tinder!!!!!!!!!!

answered Jan 2 by stanorocks! (158,120 points)
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My sisters cooking (1)

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“Better a true enemy than a false friend.”

answered Jan 2 by Archerchef (1,915,230 points)
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Beef Tongue

Something my Grand Aunt made that had lima beans in it, and that was all that I recognized. 

Look in the mirror...that's your competition.

answered Jan 2 by lavender (2,752,120 points)
I do not find sushi bad, I loook forward to it.  Tongue I will give you
Yes, Sushi is quite popular.  My nieces are half Japanese, and when they prepare it, it looks so pretty and delicious.
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Nothing, thank God.

answered Jan 2 by Girlpower (372,460 points)
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Tasteless foods.

answered Jan 2 by UnfulfilledDesires (2,902,120 points)
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things I do not like

Time is simply how we live our lives-Craig Sager

answered Jan 2 by curiousguy (836,090 points)
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Ummmm, sauteed oyster alfredo.

Tasted like a plate of sauteed ****.

"He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life." - Muhammad Ali

answered Jan 2 by king313 (827,550 points)
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Okra.  The stuff is gross.  It seems to be a weed that grows in the south so they eat it because reportedly it won't kill you.

So, everyone who eats this stuff always tells me "it is delicious if you prepare it properly", and then invite me over to see how great it is the way they fix it.  So, I have to eat it.  Gross.

The only way to prepare this stuff is to take it to the compost bin.

answered Jan 2 by Welloone (750,430 points)
They serve it breaded in some buffets here,,Ugh, never would I be able to eat it!
Breaded, fried, baked, mashed, boiled, or creamed, the stuff is gross.  I think I have tried them all.  Some are less gross than others, none are good.
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Scrambled eggs. When I was a kid, I slept over at a friend's house and her mother made us scrambled eggs for us the next morning- she had them all ready for us when we got up. I forced down a few forkfuls because I didn't want to hurt her feelings. I appreciated her efforts in making us breakfast, but OH MY GAWD. To me, there is no food more disgusting than eggs. 

answered Jan 2 by justpassingthru (1,231,790 points)
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A very little of my mother-in-laws cooking....too greasy, some things almost liquified....

answered Jan 2 by carnivaljoe (512,730 points)
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