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Hyakujo's Fox 02-17-2008 07:50 PM

yup yup yup phhhhmmmm yup

auntie aubrey 02-17-2008 08:54 PM

so...... no ¿qué? of the day?








:(

lukkucairi 02-17-2008 09:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by auntie aubrey (Post 376581)
so...... no ¿qué? of the day?








:(

WELL, rzeo?


Hyakujo's Fox 02-17-2008 09:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by auntie aubrey (Post 376581)
so...... no ¿qué? of the day?

well?

brightpearl 02-17-2008 09:59 PM


auntie aubrey 02-17-2008 10:05 PM

okay FINE. :mad:

¿ question of the day ?

what's the worst candy you've ever eaten?

brightpearl 02-17-2008 10:18 PM

^good one, auntie


brightpearl 02-17-2008 10:19 PM

no wait, it's


lukkucairi 02-17-2008 10:34 PM

I wanted so much to like these but I just don't



the violet aftertaste stays with you for EVER

auntie aubrey 02-18-2008 12:08 AM



dutch salted licorice. WHO PUTS SALT ON LICORICE?!?!?!?!!? i'm already not a huge fan of licorice in the first place, but i had to try the salted version because i thought maybe there was something i didn't know. BUT NO, IT WAS POISON. :mad:

brightpearl 02-18-2008 01:45 AM

^Well, never hurts to try. Okay, never hurts much to try. And that same impulse is the way I once had a freshly poured dark chocolate salt and cracked pepper bar, which remains one of the best decisions of my entire life.

Second the Howard's Violets, lulu. They're violent, not violet. Taste like hand lotion.

There's a review of Ikea's salty licorice fish over in Reviews of New Food on McSweeney's Internet Tendency, hope you enjoy it, Auntie:

"Ikea Salty Black-Licorice Fish

Submitted by Sam Kean

To commemorate the 20th anniversary of Chernobyl, I re-enacted the meltdown at Reactor 4 inside my mouth. Two days after eating a single (1) salty jellied licorice fish, I still had trouble tasting food. Surprisingly, it wasn't the licorice flavoring that undid me. More anise would have been a relief. (Jägermeister would have been a relief.) It was the salt saturation. The thing was basically a flexible black salt lick, the candy counterpart to the white rings nailed on trees to be gnawed by deer. It was also worse than that: salt licks aren't gooey. They don't cling to your mouth. By the time I scraped the last gill from between my teeth, my taste buds had been seared shut, the tongue equivalent of being in "the hole" for a month and then being hit with a spotlight.

This took place during the middle of my night class. For the last session, our eccentric librarian teacher had brought "treats" from Ikea (the candy is big in Scandinavia) and dared us with the fish. Because no one else stepped up, I took three—each the length of a pack of gum, with the consistency of a Gummi worm and the black soul of a demon—and finished one. As far as I know, this tied the International Federation of Competitive Eating (I.F.O.C.E.) world record. I spent the rest of the class engraving the smooth, conveyor-belt-riding side of my uneaten treats with scars and dopey eyes.

Two days later, I had dinner with a girl I'd been pursuing partly because she, too, was vegetarian. Perhaps that's why Nicole was nonplussed to have to point out the bacon in my appetizer. In a dead-man's float among my half-eaten white beans and sauce were postage-stamp-sized flaccid squares that, to me, had tasted just like the wine: salty. The date ended without a kiss."

trisherina 02-18-2008 02:06 AM



Says right on the package, "IT STILL TASTES LIKE SOAP!" They have no shame.

topcat 02-18-2008 02:08 AM

almond roca

Frieda 02-18-2008 05:02 AM

what the hell is wrong with zoute drop?? you people have no taste :mad: although i must say i do prefer zachte zoete honingdrop because it's easier to chew.

for me, worst candy in the world:


winegums. eat one, eat a bag. then burp winegums for 4 days. they stick to the lining of your stomach and stay there for 4 days till your stomach acid finally gets the chance of scraping the final remains of those winegums off, they start to disappear into your bowels. and when they come out again, they still look and smell like winegums.

Stephi_B 02-18-2008 07:40 AM

^And it's the winegums fault that my not-too-stable-repeatedly-patched tooth ('kay I would have needed a crown on it since half a year or so, but that costs) got a crack now - fukk winegums! :mad:


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