Posted On:5/09/2004 10:23pm
Style: JKD, BJJ
From this excellent site: http://fray.com/drugs/worm
Comes this gem:
My doctor handed me a prescription for a single pill. Take it in the morning on an empty stomach, he said. This pill would kill the head of the beast, which needed doing since if the head wasn't killed, the tapeworm would continue growing and flourishing, and possibly with time begin making menu demands.
God, I love Cruel.com.
Monkey Ninjas! Attack!
Posted On:5/09/2004 10:29pm
There is a hotel in mexico where I stayed at once where they gave you unlimited soda from your wetbar (all inclusive place). So one time, I'm drinking a pepsi, and I feel this weird solid-like thing in my mouth, so I spit it out into the ash tray. It was long and skinny and looked like it had little hooks on the end. Wether or not it was a tapeworm or some weird gellatenouse goop, I have sincce stopped consuming softdrinks bottled in Mexico.
Posted On:5/09/2004 10:37pm
I make sure to consume at least three cups of ditchwater from san cristobal in chiapas every day.
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are the artistic and the criminal,
because they alone, by questioning the society's values,
can force it to change."-Samuel R. Delany
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Posted On:5/09/2004 10:59pm
strangely, Montgomery County has the wrost water in the US, or so I here. Apparently, they over-chemicaled it.
Posted On:5/09/2004 11:08pm
Style: Muay Thai
That's one reason why I don't eat rare steaks.
Posted On:5/10/2004 12:20am
Style: None currently
I had a similar experience...I had purchased a can of beans from the Mexican foods (it was canned in Mexico) section of the grocery store. So I get ready to cook with them, and I open it up and rinse them off in a colander...to my surprise there is this 1 1/2 inch nasty earwig looking thing in the beans...maybe it was just one of those things, or maybe its that in Mexico their canning environment standards are not as stringent as in the U.S. Of course since I cannot back that up with hard data/facts, I'll vote that it was just one of those things that happens from time to time.
Though, I don't buy that product anymore.
Posted On:5/10/2004 5:41am
Style: Beverly Hills Ninjitsu
Originally posted by DJeter1234
Wether or not it was a tapeworm or some weird gellatenouse goop, I have since stopped consuming softdrinks bottled in Mexico.
I've read in the local paper that the "thing" most commonly found in Mexican sodas .... is loogies!! Guys on the line prefer hocking them into the empty bottles instead of on the floor of the factory.
Posted On:5/10/2004 5:48am
This is gross. Why did I click on this thread...
"The depressing thing about tennis is that no matter how good I get, I'll never be as good as a wall." - Mitch Hedberg
El Guapo says dance!
Posted On:5/10/2004 10:46am
Style: None at the moment.
Thank you for killing my appetite...and my reason to live.
Posted On:5/10/2004 1:18pm
interesting story, reading it now
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