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What is the most way out thing you have eaten ........i think mine was oven baked sparrow or whole fish (small mullet) heads and all :wtf:

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I may have tried cat seeing as how I love Chinese food :whistle: Which reminds me I may also have tried fox, a few years ago environmental Health called at a Chinese I used (not in Bedders, I may add) and reportedly found a lot of fox bones in their back yard, After a good session on the beer who cares anyway :dribble: :dribble:

Brian you not tried them Witchiti Grubs?

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Just asked my lad and he says………..pigs testicles, hmmm yummy.

Other stuff for me, roasted beast tongue, heart, sheep brain, frogs legs, snails but the worst was oysters, like sucking out a seaside pool after someone had gobbed in it!

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I may have tried cat seeing as how I love Chinese food :whistle: Which reminds me I may also have tried fox, a few years ago environmental Health called at a Chinese I used (not in Bedders, I may add) and reportedly found a lot of fox bones in their back yard, After a good session on the beer who cares anyway :dribble: :dribble:

Brian you not tried them Witchiti Grubs?

Yea when i was a kid growing up in Wollongong NSW we found witchetty grubs in old tree stumps and paper barks and we'd cook them on a spade they were OK a bit like bread dough.

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My Dad once told me that after the War there were some polish miners at Ashington pit and for Bait they would bring cans of Kit e Kat

and spread it on sliced bread, no one ever told them what it really was!! they loved it and it was cheap!!

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My Dad once told me that after the War there were some polish miners at Ashington pit and for Bait they would bring cans of Kit e Kat

and spread it on sliced bread, no one ever told them what it really was!! they loved it and it was cheap!!

The only problem with this is. after three days you start licking your own a*se

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