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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    It's totally normal if it was in Australia anywhere else its just odd
    Can confirm. I don't really think brains are a weird food...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingrid in grids View Post
    Can confirm. I don't really think brains are a weird food...
    not sarcasm?
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    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    -Moon Sand and a rubber tire from one of those small model cars when I was about 5
    -deodorant (i know a lot of people who've done it but still 10/10 would not recommend your mouth will feel so weird)
    -old mac n' cheese that'd been sitting in the fridge for a week (worse than you might think, it was kind of hard and had no flavor)
    -the one time a few months ago I had surgery on the flap of skin that connects my top lip & gums (it's called a frenectomy for anyone who's curious) and it wasn't a very big chunk of skin because I didn't technically really need the surgery but my dentist still thought it to be a good idea, so it bled SO much because the surgeon had to kind of dig at it to make it come out. Then she stuffed a roll of gauze up in that area and that afternoon it fell out and I swallowed it on accident and it was so salty because it was like saturated entirely with blood and it still had the meshy texture of gauze

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    dog blood (by accident... tasted very metallic)

    pig shit... admittedly, it horrified me as well and happened by accident while I was trying to catch a pig

    flat beer with a cigarette butt floating in it... ewwww

    random things like tar, soap (which I kind of like the taste of), lighter fluid, paint and things of the sort which accidentally have gotten in my mouth over the years because I tend to hold things in my mouth frequently

    and myself... and I taste pretty damned good, if I do say so
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    not sarcasm?
    No, not sarcasm. Although brains are not an Australian dish. I associate them more with French cuisine, but I know they're eaten elsewhere around the world. Brains are tasty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingrid in grids View Post
    No, not sarcasm. Although brains are not an Australian dish. I associate them more with French cuisine, but I know they're eaten elsewhere around the world. Brains are tasty.
    i said what i said because i read it as though he was justifying it because it was in australia
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingrid in grids View Post
    Can confirm. I don't really think brains are a weird food...
    I'd say this is somewhat normal on the Mexican border with the older folks. My gramps ate brains, and I've tried them. I imagine it's a ranching thing, too.

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    my mom had italian immigrants that ate brains. she grew up on a family farm and her family didn't eat the brains but my grandfather would give the sheep brains to them. she was alwas squicked out by the idea of eating brains.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    my mom had italian immigrants that ate brains. she grew up on a family farm and her family didn't eat the brains but my grandfather would give the sheep brains to them. she was alwas squicked out by the idea of eating brains.
    my grandfather loved fried brains and eggs with ketchup... my grandmother would make them for him, but didn't like them herself

    I tried brains before out of curiosity and found the texture to be revolting
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    I still don't know if it was a dream or if I was stoned but I have a memory of consuming pot roast ferociously only to find it was molded as if it'd been in the fridge for months

    At first I knew it was a dream but looking back I'm not so sure

    I think it was from this time I was on LSD and ate my best friend's mom's African cooking, the beef looked infested with bugs but it tasted so good
    tiny purple fishes run laughing through your fingers
    and you want to take her with you, to the hard land of the winter

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