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We all have tuned to "Bizarre Food" on our television screens and barfed at the fact of weird food and unique tastes available in the World but have we ever wondered about the food we eat. I mean if you will ever look close enough, you might spot an eye or two. Yes, I am talking about the delicacies we love chewing and chowing down. While we love gorging on passion fruit and squids, we never notice what they actually look like.
But if you will ever try looking at them really very nicely, you'll be more critical the next time. In fact, you'll leave eating them right away.
Here are such delicacies you would love to ponder on before eating.
Nothing better than pulling out legs off an alien is looking blue giant insect.
This porcupine looking fruit is awful if you crack it open and worse after.
These look much better when they reach our plates. This seems scary.
Passion fruit is my personal love but it looks like lumped snot. No, I am not kidding.
The slimy, limp looking delicacy we love to eat will give you goosebumps esp those tentacles.
This definitely looks like a lump of dung.
Why did people even think of eating it in the first place?
Our favorite spice looks like a hybrid of dog poop and a rugged tree. Yes, definitely.
We would definitely think twice before eating scorpions but this filthy looking king won't make us quiver.
Guacamole is without doubt yummy and good for the bod but it looks like boogers. Stale turd if I must add.
I wonder how the first person to gulp these down would have felt.
Imagine replacing the strawberry seeds with tiny eyeballs, that is what I think when I see Noni.
The seafood list will never tend to end and I am doubting my "see food" diet now.
Much of the poop talk. Never mind!
This definitely looks like something you would smash if you'll see crawling in your house.
Okay, this looks like liver. A cross section of someone's liver.
Nothing seems more delicious than something as slimy and bulbous as an octopus. Isn't it?
Well, I haven't tried a lot of these foods mainly because of the way they make me feel. They scare me.