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What's the least appealing foodstuff/food name you've ever seen

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bran Mon 13-Aug-07 21:32:14

I had a bit of a stomach churn when I unexpectedly came across www.ocado.com/webshop/startWebshop.do?pvalue1=american+coated&pname1=entry&pvalue2=yes&pname2=clearT abs&mainFrame=%2Fwebshop%2FgetSearchProducts.do. I don't care if they are a different nationality, it's still cannibalism to eat Americans.

bran Mon 13-Aug-07 21:33:06

Sorry, pants link. The product is American coated oven chips. [bleugh]

margoandjerry Mon 13-Aug-07 21:34:08

French cereal called Plopsies

Mercy Mon 13-Aug-07 21:34:59

lol!

Not a food name but many years ago when my mum went to Germany she came across a brand of toilet roll called 'Bum'

Podmog Mon 13-Aug-07 21:38:32

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Mercy Mon 13-Aug-07 21:39:46

gross!

bran Mon 13-Aug-07 21:44:14

Uggh Podmog, that is foul. I can't imagine that I would find it easy to eat that at anytime of the day, but breakfast is especially horrible.

Were the Plopsies brown m&j, like coco-pops?

I think a loo paper called Bum would actually encourage me to buy it, at least it's not called Sandpaper or something equally eye-watering.

Pruners Mon 13-Aug-07 21:53:03

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margoandjerry Mon 13-Aug-07 21:53:39

that's exactly what they were like bran!

margoandjerry Mon 13-Aug-07 21:54:48

ooh yes the aspic thing reminded me of two foul things I had in Tibet: chilli cabbage with tongue for breakfast and yak butter tea. Which is sort of tea with a lump of rancid yak butter in it.

pointydog Mon 13-Aug-07 22:00:30

pickled egg

Kathyis6incheshigh Mon 13-Aug-07 22:09:56

That Japanese soft drink Pocari Sweat.
I imagine the Pocari is some kind of animal that is made to run round very fast and towelled off, then the sweat-soaked towels wrung out into the can.

brimfull Mon 13-Aug-07 22:11:14

spanish cheese with maggots in it!

yum yum!

pointydog Mon 13-Aug-07 22:11:17

wee willie winkies

brimfull Mon 13-Aug-07 22:12:24

lovely

Pruners Mon 13-Aug-07 22:14:01

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IdrisTheDragon Mon 13-Aug-07 22:14:36

Tripe

bran Mon 13-Aug-07 22:15:08

Yeuch, I've heard of that cheese, I can only hope that I never have to see it, let alone eat it. [queasy emoticon]

snowwonder Mon 13-Aug-07 22:16:00

Meatballs

Surfermum Mon 13-Aug-07 22:16:11

Some Danish sweets called Spunk.

DuchessOfNorksBride Mon 13-Aug-07 22:17:09

Oh yes, that pickled egg will take some beating. I'd add Spam to the list.

Margo&J, that does all sound awful but I try to be forgiving of other nations cuisines!

whomovedmychocolate Mon 13-Aug-07 22:17:19

For those with a strong disposition this guy delights in eating bizarre stuff

Carmenere Mon 13-Aug-07 22:18:04

I've eaten that cheese, or rather the Italian version of it. It was very nice actually, once you get over the stomach churning aspect.

mamama Mon 13-Aug-07 22:18:19

lol @ Plopsies for breakfast.

pointydog Mon 13-Aug-07 22:24:31

For fuck's sake, carmenere. You have driven me to swearing. You ate that rancid mess??

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