I`m Hungry--What`s For Lunch, Korea?

Submitted by: pui 7 years ago in Funny

Yum yum, the freshest dish on the menu!
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Male 5
thats dratin discusting
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Female 4,028
Mm, just the thing to choke you to death.
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Male 339
I`m just glad IAB finally guessed the correct country for once.

It`s `San Nak Ji`, a live octopus tentacle dish from South Korea. It`s kinda funny because a good number of people die a year from choking since the tentacles try to grab on to your tonsil and teeth. Don`t bash it till you try it.
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Female 397
>:(
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Female 877
OLD!!!....................tradition is to eat an alive octopus
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Male 690
Not this thread again...ok Asians eat different stuff from us, how long is this going to amaze you?
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Female 833
so that`s where the inspiration for Klingon Gagh came from.....
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Male 784
It is yummy - had it in South Korea a few years ago, and if U like fresh seafood, this is the freshest you get.
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Male 10,440
That looks revolting.

But to each their own.
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Male 211
"Does it feel pain when you stab it with your fork? I wonder . . . "

Simple answer... No
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Female 465
Does it feel pain when you stab it with your fork? I wonder . . .
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Male 2,553
>entwife
Either that, or the tentacles themselves might just have a last stab at Cthulu-style revenge, themselves, inside your stomach.
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Male 1,598
mmmm.... tasty
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Male 1,151
That stuff is delicious.
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Male 894
sorry, if its still movin, i aint touchin it
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Male 55
wat the shyte eff going to korea i like my food cooked lol .. the only thing that comes close is my blue rare steak
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Female 536
Weirdly, this didn`t gross me out that much, and I actually would like to try it. I hear "live" octopus is really good...you just have to chew thoroughly. Just think of it like you`re getting your toothy revenge on Cthulu...
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Female 34
@FakeName212

I may never sleep again.
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Male 91
i heard it really goood tho, i wanna try :)
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Male 12
that would interesting to eat them without chewing them, so they keep on moving around in your stomach, that would be interesting maybe?
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Male 17,512
In China and Asia in general they love fresh food, If it`s still moving that`s a testament to it`s freshness and is considered like "Prime rib" is here.
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Female 547
AH! I srsly screamed... No, I don`t do live food.
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Male 25,416
I de believe its calamari!
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Male 698
lets hope you won`t use this video to be raciest against Asians
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Male 29
if it tastes like it always does then I have no problems
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Male 487
meh, i`d eat it...
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Male 9,306
I like calamari and tako, I`d rather my dish not be wiggling before I eat it. Just a personal preference of mine. It puts me off my meal is all, like personifying a drumstick or a hot dog.
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Male 1,354
Don`t knock it til you`ve tried it. I lived in Pusan for a while and used to eat that stuff with a bottle of C-1 soju. It was the shiznittobam snipsnapsack.
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Female 4,039
I like octopus but I like it completely dead.
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Female 205
ok. atleast you did ur homework this time. its not as bad as it looks lol
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Male 464
the video posted of koreans eating them was better

QUOTE: its suckers grabbed my tongue, so it was real hard to chew
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Female 864
I should have known better than to check this out while I`m eating breakfast .
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Female 3,727
Oh for drats sake, I`m having flashbacks....
ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
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Male 15,510
What a small world, is just what I had for breakfast
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Female 93
gives a whole new meaning to sucking face
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Male 3,322
I agree, BenTheBug. I wasn`t saying that it was gross or wrong or anything. Just that we`ve seen enough of octopus eating on IAB.
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Male 1,195
There are foods out there that seem normal within their cultures that (imo) are much worse than any foods I`ve seen here...
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Male 3,322
haven`t we seen this enough?
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Male 4,807
Mmmm tasty tasty tapeworm surprise
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Female 3,574
Link: I`m Hungry--What`s For Lunch, Korea? [Rate Link] - Yum yum, the freshest dish on the menu!
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