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Disgusting delicacies

Disgusting delicacies

Tarantulas, eaten in Cambodia

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Guest: thegodfather (4262 days ago)
Guest - I fully agree. We are all too limited to four main types of animal: Chicken, Sheep, Pig and Cow. It's time to reach out and try something different. Well done!
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Guest - I fully agree. We are all too limited to four main types of animal: Chicken, Sheep, Pig and Cow. It's time to reach out and try something different. Well done!
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Guest: Jim Bob, Wasilla (4261 days ago)
I hear they all taste like chicken.
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I hear they all taste like chicken.
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Guest: Lion king (4261 days ago)
Hakuna matata
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Hakuna matata
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thequeenofeverything thequeenofeverything (4262 days ago)
ohhh, everything looks so delicious, i'll have a number 4 with a side of number 14 to go...lol
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ohhh, everything looks so delicious, i'll have a number 4 with a side of number 14 to go...lol
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Guest: Mr MaGoo (4262 days ago)
Im sure they would all taste the same after my wife burns (i mean cooks) them
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Im sure they would all taste the same after my wife burns (i mean cooks) them
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Guest: (4262 days ago)
often described as a "Famine Cuisine" making use of everything that can feasably be eaten. You won't find these people wasting resources... the "1st world" could learn a few things here..
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often described as a "Famine Cuisine" making use of everything that can feasably be eaten. You won't find these people wasting resources... the "1st world" could learn a few things here..
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Guest: (3556 days ago)
Latest comment: this dish has its origins in korea, further evidence can be seen on the plate: those are korean words! fyi, in China, people eat pizza too!
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Latest comment: this dish has its origins in korea, further evidence can be seen on the plate: those are korean words! fyi, in China, people eat pizza too!
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Guest: Tom (4260 days ago)
So what, I eat cow's lips and eyelids in McGonads.
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So what, I eat cow's lips and eyelids in McGonads.
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Guest: wlakefo (4262 days ago)
the things at number 15 look alive and paralized or something, a bit cruel?
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the things at number 15 look alive and paralized or something, a bit cruel?
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