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Back when I was a student, we had a "clear out the fridge" party. Everyone brought what they had left and the idea was to make a big meal out of it.

The stew/casserole/whatever was going surprisingly well until someone added the tin of mackerel in tomato sauce they'd been hoarding all year.

What's the worst thing you've ever cooked or eaten? Who's the worst cook you've encountered?

[and yes, we've asked this before, but way, way back before we had the fancy QOTW pages]

(, Thu 17 May 2007, 10:23)
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Exchange trip to France
I was genuinely excited at the prospect of spending two weeks with a new French family as part of my A level. I was especially looking forward to the food, French cuisine being world-renowned and all that.

First evening there, pleasantries exchanged, we sit outside for dinner. How European! An outdoor family-based dinner!

"Ai 'ope you arr 'ungree?"*, asked the smiling Mother, as she brought in a huge tray of...



Fucking aubergines. Served with...


The best first night dish they could come up with was a plate of Aubuergines.

Being polite, I inserted the hideous soggy garbage into my mouth.

"What you arr feenkeeng of ze taste?", asked the mother.

I replied with, "Eet eez delic-*WRETCH*"

I tried to make it appear as though that vomiting sound was me just clearing my throat, in order to pronounce my French better. Would have worked too if I didn't follow it up with another, more liquid-sounding *WRETCH*, complete with hamster-cheeks.

"Ai 'ave to go to zee bafroom, eef you pleez..." I said, and I happily chundered out that vile filth from my guts.

The parents were really rude to me the whole time after that, ignoring me when I tried to have proper conversations. I think I really offended them with that first dinner encounter. Either that or they were just French cunts.

* The conversations were actually in French but I thought I'd translate for those monolingual types :)
(, Mon 21 May 2007, 16:18, Reply)

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