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Woman's Tongue Gets Inseminated By Squid After Eating Undercooked Seafood | IFLScience
As documented in a 2012 edition of the Journal of Parasitology, the foreign bodies were identified as squid spermatophores (sperm-containing capsules) belonging to a Japanese flying squid (Todarodes pacificus). Rather foolishly, the woman had not removed the internal organs of the squid and proceeded to only parboil it for a few seconds before eating it, meaning its spermatophores were still alive and well.

“As soon as she put a piece into her mouth, she felt like many 'bugs' were biting her oral mucosa,” the study reads. “She experienced severe sharp pain and spat out the entire portion without swallowing. Despite that, she could feel many small squirming white bug-like organisms penetrating her oral mucosa.”


NOOOOOPE
nope  argh  disgusting  gross  squid  sperm  parasitology  spermatophores  korea  tongue 
5 weeks ago by jm
Legendary aquarium "piscamel" thread from the GotMead forums
I thought I had detected a studied disinterest for my March 28 questions
about raising fish and making mead in the same aquarium --- now I realize
that you mazers probably thought I was drunk. My hypothesis was that fish
manures would provide valuable fertilizer to the yeast, the aquarium
bubbler would keep O2 levels high, and the fish would get a nice honey
drink. The result, instead, was 3 "piscamels" flavored by rotting fish.


This sounds utterly revolting. Mead made with biohazard waste. Those poor fish!
(via John Looney)
via:johnlooney  biohazard  mead  fish  aquarium  gotmead  forums  brewing  disgusting 
september 2017 by jm
John Gallagher on Twitter: "Lot of misinformation about this today. For clarity: I live in Britain and mince on toast is served at every meal"
Eater.com posts comically misinformed video about some kind of imaginary brit comfort food. John Gallagher's response thread is a virtuoso performance
mince-on-toast  disgusting  food  funny  wtf  twitter 
july 2017 by jm
Is Trypophobia a Real Phobia? | Popular Science
ie. "fear of small, clustered holes". Sounds like it's not so much a "phobia" as some kind of innate, visceral disgust response; I get it. 'As for who actually made the word up, that distinction probably belongs to a blogger in Ireland named Louise, Andrews says. According to an archived Geocities page, Louise settled on "trypophobia" (Greek for "boring holes" + "fear") after corresponding with a representative at the Oxford English Dictionary. Louise, Andrews and trypophobia Facebook group members have petitioned the dictionary to include the word. The term will need to be used for years and have multiple petitions and scholarly references before the dictionary accepts it, Andrews says. I, for one, would prefer to forget about it forever.'
disgusting  revulsion  fear  phobias  trypophobia  holes  ugh  innate 
september 2013 by jm

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