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    Bean sprouts. I have nightmares about them. Even thinking about them makes me feel sick, I don't even know why I have such an absurd amount of pure hate and disgust towards them. Imagining them in my mind makes me feel like I would like to gather all the bean sprouts in the world into a big pile of putrid filth and burn them and throw everyone who likes them in the fire too. But that would require me getting close to a large amount of bean sprouts and touching them so that'll never happen unless I hire someone to do it for me. I would also like to become the dictator of the Earth just so I could strictly ban every single trace of bean sprout on the face of the Earth.

    Also any kind of candy that pops in your mouth. I hate the feeling of it popping, makes me feel sick, and it goes on for way too long :b
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    Porridge.

    I can't even look at it without wanting to vomit
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    (Original post by grgrgr)
    Bean sprouts. I have nightmares about them. Even thinking about them makes me feel sick, I don't even know why I have such an absurd amount of pure hate and disgust towards them.
    The way they put bean sprouts into everything labelled 'vegan' or 'stir fry'. :eek:
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    (Original post by Motorbiker)
    Also, have moved the thread to food and drink.
    I was wondering why nobody was replying. :getmecoat:
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    Alcohol.
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    (Original post by may348)
    Glad I'm not in Russia then.:eek: I love fillet o'fish.

    I guess I'd ban certain brands of Greek yogurt. Or at least ban them from being consumed in public, like durian.
    I think I would ban all foods from being consumed in public, unless at a tastefully laid out picnic and with no barbecuing involved. Especially the eating of large items from Greggs out of a bag whilst strolling along in shopping malls.
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    (Original post by tillytots)
    Porridge.

    I can't even look at it without wanting to vomit
    Usually things like that involve it being forced on you as a child. With me it's Weetabix.
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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    I was wondering why nobody was replying. :getmecoat:
    27 replies = nobody.

    Can't have every thread in chat. That's not how it works.

    More people are using food and drink lately.
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    (Original post by Motorbiker)
    27 replies = nobody.

    Can't have every thread in chat. That's not how it works.

    More people are using food and drink lately.
    That's OK, I was joking. Actually it seems quite friendly over here in F & D.
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    Foie Gras. It's just damn cruel.

    Oh, and all products from caged chickens for the same reason.



    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    That's OK, I was joking. Actually it seems quite friendly over here in F & D.
    It is good lately. I injected some new life into it over the lady two weeks.

    I should have left a redirect and didn't though. My bad.
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    Mushrooms and tomato sauce. Just disgusting.
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    (Original post by Motorbiker)
    Foie Gras. It's just damn cruel.

    Oh, and all products from caged chickens for the same reason.
    :yep: And judging from all the news reports about the processing of chickens during the last few days by that factory in Wales, most supermarket chickens apart from the organic ones from known suppliers.
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    Twiglets

    nobody wants marmite flavoured crisps :puke:
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    Kiwis and marshmallows. Oh and red skittles/m&ms
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    (Original post by yo radical one)
    Twiglets

    nobody wants marmite flavoured crisps :puke:
    Best eaten with chocolate salsa sauce, I'm told. :lol:
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    Chillis, mushrooms, trans fats...
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    Fish and chips.. I'm sorry but, arhejejdjndnwjdbejdjdjnid!
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    all those cheap cr*ppy energy drinks like emerge, boost and bull dog
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    Brussel sprouts.
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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    :yep: And judging from all the news reports about the processing of chickens during the last few days by that factory in Wales, most supermarket chickens apart from the organic ones from known suppliers.

    Aware me on this news report? What have i missed?
 
 
 
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