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Waiter, my tacos are crawling…

April 3, 2007

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I guess this blog has become the headquarters for stuff you wouldn’t want to eat.

Indeed, speaking of headquarters, we featured a restaurant specializing in animal heads, and that’s not to mention the frogs-in-a-blender place, cricket cuisine, and so on.

Today we look at Stuff to Avoid in Mexico. If you think it’s macho to eat the worm in your bottle of tequila, do we have a treat for you. Lindsay Claiborn reports:

Oddly Enough Blog

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Cardboard box homes are stolen and sold.
Castways are kidnapped and ransomed. Will they make it back?
And do we have a cuillinary treat for you.
You’ll see this and more. Who will be voted off next?

Survivor, Mexico City

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I wonder which one has the surprise inside.

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Everyboy! SQUIRM FOR YOUR LIVES!

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If you line the edges with hot sauce, they will flee toward the middle.

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Keep your grubby paws off me, you damned dirty human.

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Gakh!

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Kids! Come in and eat before they grow wings. Kids!

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You should see the scrambled eggs. Talk about small portions.

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You qero Taco Horrible.

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What? No cheese?

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Ah, taco flavored kisses never tasted this good.

 

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