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Bad Snack Review #7

Posted October 3, 2006 - By Dana Leahy
Oh you thought Tokyo was over, didn't you? WRONG!

Japan is filled with really horrible snack foods and we're here to eat them. We being TheFeed Online super awesome adventure team.

The current snack: What We Can Only Guess Are Pickled Squid Tentacles

Click below to see what we thought!

dvinson: One wiff of these bad boys will bring even the most adventurous of food lovers to his knees.

Again, SJohnson and I were the only ones who remembered to pack our balls. We both agreed that these weren’t as bad as we thought.

What is there to say about things that are most likely pickled squid tentacles? They’re very rubbery…and very fishy...

Just like your mom.

frankmeyer: WTF? Dana, I find your constant harassment of my mom to be tasteless and…much like this snack!

sjohnson: I am man enough to eat the squid tentacles. I wolfed down a whole octopus. It tasted like semen.

mdalonzo: Nope. Couldn’t get past the way they looked. It was too much to conceive of putting these things in my mouth. Much like semen.

Tags: GameBreak

Comments are Closed

  • CapricornSuave

    go ahead, pheyton, preach!! i agree, and although not well traveled, i try to enlighten my palate with cuisine off the beaten path. but i'd think i'd pass on those gross biatches!!

    Posted: October 12, 2006 1:54 PM
  • Troinumber1


    Posted: October 10, 2006 11:52 PM
  • pheyton

    It's unfortunate we Americans are raised with such a limited pallete consisting of sugar, corn syrup, and grease, otherwise some of those strange Japanese foods wouldn't be so strange. Calamari meet Ika.

    Posted: October 8, 2006 11:27 AM
  • Spiritwarrior

    Whoa, what the #$@%! I bet they don't taste as well.

    Posted: October 5, 2006 12:00 PM
  • WolfKingII

    WHAT THE F%$K!

    Posted: October 4, 2006 7:46 PM