The best and barfiest submissions from the brilliant Tumblr Someone Ate This.
Because nothing made you want to eat processed foods more than a cartoon face.
It’s all fun and games until things come to room temperature and start to congeal.
You might never look at a cafeteria the same way.
You do not want to know what’s in that vanilla ice cream.
“INTERESTING PILE.” Fed Up proves that sad cafeteria food is no match for sassy teenagers.
These rankings DO NOT reflect taste, only overall “grossness,” OK?
Pinterschmerzen (n.): The acute pain of realizing that your life looks nothing like Pinterest.
Serving raw meat is risky business. Please leave it to the professionals.
Or, When Good Ideas Go Bad. This video seemed like it was going to be so much fun to make.
Find out which foods pack the most calories per dollar. Hint: They’re not always what you’d think.
Spoiler alert: EXACTLY the same as it did the day it was purchased in 1999. Doooooooooood.
Didn’t his mother tell him to never make models play with their popsicles? (Warning: NSFW nipples ahead.)
Congrats on not eating Doritos and McRibs every day. Be careful, though. Your local veggie and meat aisles can hide health-threatening horrors too.
You WILL NOT be able to look at it without experiencing physical discomfort.
Perfect with some fava beans and a nice Chianti.
Southern California’s “Slater’s 50/50” has just released its Sunny Side Donut Burger, featuring a cheese and egg sandwich wedged between two glazed donuts. Would eat.
Creative as many of these recipes are, they walk a fine line between clever and downright disgusting. Some of them combine favorite foods, others simply present them in unique ways. But how many would you actually try?
A Korean woman eating a cooked squid, including internal organs, felt a “pricking” pain in her mouth and was rushed to the hospital. The squid’s live “spermatophores” (basically, semen) were found in her tongue, cheek, and gums.
This is a “cupcake” baked inside of a sausage casing. It’s also been grilled, topped with “ketchup” (raspberry topping), and thrown on a bun (a long john doughnut). This, um, thing, was created by Stef of the Cupcake Project.
These gut-busters were probably the last thing on the fourth Earl of Sandwich’s mind when he indadvertedly created the economical meal that today bears his name. Well done everyone, I guess.
Everyone knows the disappointment you experience when you purchase fast food and inside the box is something close to a botched science experiment. But, for whatever reason people still feel compelled to eat it anyway. Well, here’s a series of pictures taken by Dario D. that will make you feel even worse than that Bacanator you just ate.
Why would anyone choose to eat this? Here’s the inside scoop on Scotland’s most famous dish. Click to enlarge.
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It’s a commonly known fact that food is just better when it’s on a stick. So we’ve gone ahead and made a definitive list of the best & worst stick foods from around the world. Add your own images in the comments!
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With 1170% of your recommended daily value in Cholesterol, yes, Pork Brains in Milk Gravy is exactly why you’re fat. I’d be interested in letting the contents of this can curdle and eat up some pork brain cheese. Mmmmm!
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This is mechanically separated chicken. It looks really good!
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The interwebs are ablaze over the world’s first ever testicle cookbook, aptly titled Cooking with Balls. Currently on e-publisher Yudu, the book’s short online preview offers recipes for Testicle Pizza, Testicle Goulash and Testicle Pie. Yum! Just like Momma made! It also offers instructions for peeling, slicing, and dicing Man’s forbidden fruit.
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Along similar lines as the infamous Harry Potter jelly beans, these disgustingly-flavored jelly beans come in a box mixed with the regular flavors. We’re not sure why anyone would eat these, but we might consider it if there was a Kinko’s flavor. Mmmm, office supplies!
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