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If you’ve ever considered yourself a disgusting person, a daily affirmation for many, then you might want to ask yourself, “Have I ever eaten my new-born daughter’s placenta?”
If you answered no, then breathe a sigh of relief for you’re not as gross as you thought you were. Feel free to go outside and engage with the rest of society, fly a kite, and smell a flower. The world is your oyster.
If you answered, “Yes, I have eaten my daughter’s placenta,” then meet Aaron Curtis, “skinny natural bodybuilder,” who ate his first born’s placenta,
Curtis’ video “Consuming your daughters placenta for extra natty gains!” is filled with mystery. For instance, Curtis never broaches why he eats his daughter’s placenta or what kind of “natty gains” eating the “organ that provided her life during pregnancy” will offer. He does cook his daughter's placenta into oblivion in a panini press to stave off botulism, though, which is its own kind of weird reward. He also never mentions if this video is real or not. We’re hoping for the latter as much as he’s hoping for natty gains.
Anyway, check out this disgusting video and spend the rest of the day trying not to throw up!
This horrifying sight might be one of the reasons why some people say they won't eat anything that had a face. A customer at the French fast food restaurant "Quick" found some disgusting proof that they were certainly eating real chicken. This fried chicken head was found among the chicken wings that they were trying to enjoy.
The customer originally made a video about this, which you can watch here:
Lush is a handmade cosmetics company that is known for their particularly fancy bath bombs. They also make a massage bar that includes organic adzuki beans which just happen to sprout in the shower. According to the product description:
Wiccy Magic Muscles contains a warming blend of cinnamon and peppermint essential oils that are said to stimulate the circulation to warm and loosen up stiff, achy muscles.
This isn't a new problem, it seems like people have been Tweeting about it since at least 2015.
Of course, it's been noted that it isn't really meant for the shower anyway. It's an oil bar after all. That hasn't stopped people from growing new little friends in their shower drains.
The Doughnut Project in New York just posted their new creation on Instagram. It's an Everything Doughnut. They explain exactly what that means in their image description:
This is our new Everything Doughnut: Cream Cheese Glaze with Sesame Seeds, Poppy Seeds, Pepitas, Garlic & Sea Salt. 😋🍩
So... 👍 or 👎? Is this savory doughnut an affront to all doughnut principles we pastry lovers hold sacred? Will it end up tasting like a sickly sweet, slightly soggy Everything Bagel? How are we really supposed to spell it, 'doughnut' or 'donut'? These questions and many more have yet to be answered. Maybe this will become the new cronut, who knows? Only time will tell.
Seeing McDonald's food looking pristine after an uncomfortable amount of time is nothing new. That doesn't make it any easier to swallow. Jennifer Lovdahl posted this image on Facebook with a description of it's quality six years after purchase.
This is what she had to say about it:
It's been 6 years since I bought this "Happy Meal" at McDonald's. It's been sitting at our office this whole time and has not rotted, molded, or decomposed at all!!! It smells only of cardboard. We did this experiment to show our patients how unhealthy this "food" is. Especially for our growing children!! There are so many chemicals in this food! Choose real food! Apples, bananas, carrots, celery....those are real fast food.
In 2009, during the Icelandic economic collapse, McDonalds shut its golden arches on the country and left it without hideous processed McBurgers to clog Icelandic arteries. A man named Hjörtur Smárason purchased up the very last cheeseburger sold in the country, but rather than consume it, he left it on a shelf in his garage for a three years. When next he looked at it, he realized the burger hadn't aged a day, and donated it to the national museum, where it sat in storage for another year.
Eventually the burger made its way to the Reykjavik Bus Hostel, where it's now on display 24/7 via live webcam and occasionally on Instagram when it goes on field trips. The burger seems a little dry more than 2200 days after it was made, but is still, grossly, totally edible looking: