Watch out for Korean Seafood

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Re: Watch out for Korean Seafood

Postby bumclouds » 18 Jun 2012, 13:25

^ Omg. That will give me nightmares.
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Re: Watch out for Korean Seafood

Postby Impaler » 19 Jun 2012, 01:44

bumclouds wrote:^ Omg. That will give me nightmares.

Yeah, that "Planet Editing" ad is weird, all right. :D
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Re: Watch out for Korean Seafood

Postby MaPoSquid » 23 Jun 2012, 07:59

Impaler wrote:
Hamletintaiwan wrote:
sandman wrote:Be especially wary of Korean squid that come in your mouth.

How is the squid coming into your mouth? Are you calling it somehow?

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/p ... -1.1097250
A South Korean woman got quite a mouthful when a semi-cooked squid she was eating reportedly inseminated her mouth.

The unidentified woman spit the squid out immediately, according to the report, but not before the cephalopod injected its sperm bags into the mucous membranes of her tongue and cheek.

She went to the hospital, where doctors apparently found a dozen "small, white spindle-shaped bug-like organisms" which they believed to be parasites in the woman's mouth.

Researchers later determined that the organism were sperm bags — not parasites.

They believe that the bags were discharged as the woman chewed.

The bags are ejaculatory apparatuses that slowly release sperm when attached to a female’s body, according to Fairfax New Zealand News.

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Re: Watch out for Korean Seafood

Postby Mucha Man » 23 Jun 2012, 21:07

MaPoSquid wrote:
Impaler wrote:
Hamletintaiwan wrote:
sandman wrote:Be especially wary of Korean squid that come in your mouth.

How is the squid coming into your mouth? Are you calling it somehow?

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/p ... -1.1097250
A South Korean woman got quite a mouthful when a semi-cooked squid she was eating reportedly inseminated her mouth.

The unidentified woman spit the squid out immediately, according to the report, but not before the cephalopod injected its sperm bags into the mucous membranes of her tongue and cheek.

She went to the hospital, where doctors apparently found a dozen "small, white spindle-shaped bug-like organisms" which they believed to be parasites in the woman's mouth.

Researchers later determined that the organism were sperm bags — not parasites.

They believe that the bags were discharged as the woman chewed.

The bags are ejaculatory apparatuses that slowly release sperm when attached to a female’s body, according to Fairfax New Zealand News.

Kinky!

I swear, it was totally consensual.



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Re: Watch out for Korean Seafood

Postby scomargo » 26 Jun 2012, 08:54

Muzha Man wrote:
MaPoSquid wrote:I swear, it was totally consensual.



I bow to your patience waiting for the perfect moment to return to the Flob.

I second what Muzha Man said. Probably the best possible thread to return to the Flob in. Did you do a search for the word "squid" or something? :wink:

Back on topic, I don't think I would ever eat a raw squid, and especially not a live one. Doesn't seem worth it to me.
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