i love sushi. but i draw the line at octopus. i am afraid that it will come alive in my stomach and suck my insides and kill me.
which food are you afraid of?
They always kick up such a fuss....
that's true. i'm also scared of cauliflower a bit. looks like brain.
booktrunk wrote (see)
human. They always kick up such a fuss....
I've got a bit of a food phobia about egg whites. I can eat scrambled egg and omelettes no problem, but really can't bring myself to eat fried, poached or boiled eggs. The whites are so slimy and disgusting, especially boiled eggs - they look like eyeballs
I have no problems with eggs. I have six ex-battery hens, I did have eight but two have sadly gone to the big wheely bin in the sky....
Love having my own eggs costs about £12 a month to feed the hens, and I have more eggs then I ever need and give half a dozen away once every week or two to one or two neighbours.
I am afraid of bananas.
I won't eat shellfish.
About 10 years ago I ate some mussels in a hotel in France and was violently sick about an hour later. Very unpleasant, so I don't take any chances now.
Just bananas. Cucumbers, courgettes, carrots etc. are all fine.
it's devil's food - needs to be banned from the planet
anything else is fine
Brussels sprouts are the Devil's testicles.
fat buddha wrote (see)
celery it's devil's food - needs to be banned from the planet anything else is fine
Yes. It is the vegetable of the anti-Christ. Evil incarnate. It has no right to exist.
No, surely that vegetable is okra?
ive always been uncertain about sweetcorn!!
theres something i dont trust about it.
plus its pointless food that should be just given to fish
milk - freaks me out - the very thought of it. (never mind the smell and taste etc- yuck)
Jason, I totally agree about sweetcorn .... anything that can pass through the human digestive system and remain intact surely has something of the devil about it !
Jerusalem Artichokes - what evil b*****d thought eating those was a good idea???
celery it's devil's food - needs to be banned from the planet
Bananas are the only other one, texture and taste makes me feel ill but really wish I could eat them as it would make pre and post swims a whole lot easier.
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