When I was a child it was these little itty bitty red berries that the birds always eat. Now that I am an adult I have since then found out that they are poisonous, God only knows how I never got sick. mmmm.. The innocence of a child.
Ants, only I was sad that you could not feel them crawl in your stomach.
Oh, Brenda: did you know that the character Terry Johnson from my Hubs is a traumatic brain injury survivor? Keep reading to find out more. It is what the recurring opening section refers to as "losing his experience". Have a great day! Greg
what is the wierdest thing you have eaten and you put that picture up
i have seen you have publishe a few more hubs must get on to reading them later today.... thanks for reminding me, Greg.
you are telling me.... at least you get a laugh when he keeps coming up with all the abuse, and get's away with it because he has been here a long time....
by Robie Benve 5 years ago
Rabbit meat - do you see it as a acceptable thing to eat, or does it gross you out?Assuming you eat other meats, would you eat and enjoy rabbit in a dish?
by AnnaCia 6 years ago
What have you eaten that you will never eat again?
by jaydawg808 5 years ago
Have you ever eaten SPAM?If so, did you like it? Do you like it? Would you continue to eat it?
by homesteadpatch 7 years ago
Would you eat rabbit? Or have you eaten rabbit?
by homesteadpatch 7 years ago
Would you eat Goat? Or have you eaten goat?Goat (Chevon, Cabrito) is the most widely consumed meat in the world, yet it goes largely ignored in the United States. In pounds of consumption Goat ranks number 4 behind pork, beef and chicken.
by andrew savage 6 years ago
Why do you consider it unwise to eat animals that have eaten their own kind?Why do you consider it unwise to eat animals that have eaten their own kind? For example shrimp and chicken.
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