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Wednesday, April 15, 2009

And this makes me want to go on a drastic diet!

I can't remember where I found this blog, but it has to be the funniest, grossest blog I have ever seen. The pictures on here just plain ridiculous, but supposedly people actually consume (or attempt to consume) all this food. Some of the food is just disgusting to imagine even being made, but some of it is pretty funny.

Deep Fried Cadbury Egg

The Thunderdome
Three stacks of bacon, sausage, elk meat, onions and cheese between tortillas all topped with sour cream, two fried eggs and scallions.

I tried to stay away from the ones that make you go "YUCK" or "EEEEWWWWWW" because there are a few on there that do that. And some that make you scratch your head and wonder who actually concocted such nastiness.

But I am bringing this up because I know everyone has seen those nasty looking meals that you would never try or hear about those outrageous snacks you hear about when you got to the fair (fried Snickers and Twinkies) and since This Is Why Your Fat is getting a book deal (CONGRATS!) I wanted to let you guys know about it! You can submit pictures of strange food concoctions that you have come across and it could get published! It sorta reminds me of Post Secret or Found books, so if you want your chance to be a part of this unique collection head on over TIWYF to read up on how to submit YOUR pictures!

Taco Town Taco
Saturday Night Live-inspired: crunchy beef taco with nacho cheese, lettuce, tomato and southwestern sauce wrapped in a soft flour tortilla with a layer of refried beans in between, then wrapped in a corn tortilla with a layer of Monterey Jack cheese in a deep fried gordita shell with guacamole sauce baked in a corn husk topped with pico de gallo, wrapped in a crepe, filled with egg, griere cheese, sausage and portobello mushrooms, all wrapped in a chicago-style deep dish pizza wrapped in a blueberry pancake and finally deep fried with spicy vegetarian chili dipping sauce.

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