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Food can bring up memories of happy childhoods and important dates to live on in your memory for forever. On the flip side, there's also foods that can take us back to the worst times in our lives making us feel gross, icky, and all around sticky if we even so much as smell it, as evidenced by the stories below.


Reddit user, u/Rusty-Unicorn, wanted to know what your lips will never touch again when they asked:

What's something you'll never eat again and why?

"It was actually vanilla flavoured Greek yogurt."

Once made a tuna wrap and added what I thought was tzatziki.

It was actually vanilla flavoured Greek yogurt. I literally felt a cognitive disconnect originating on my tongue.

best_ghost

"...there was a layer of mold hidden in it."

Those cups of chocolate pudding.

When I was in elementary school, had one, ate half way through it and then there was a layer of mold hidden in it.

Nope! Can't do it anymorw

RoyalOneOne

"Buffalo Wing Flavored Oreos."

Buffalo Wing flavored oreos.

Why?

Well they can only be found in china, and they taste like chicken mixed with cream thats been sitting around for 6 months

ooo-ooo-oooyea

"I'm in my 40's now and to this day the smell makes me nauseous..."

Instant mashed potatoes and brown gravy.

When I was 15 I had cancer and went through chemo and radiation and only thing I wanted to eat was the horrible cafeteria mashed potatoes. I'm in my 40's now and to this day the smell makes me nauseous, not just normal nauseous but the chemo nausea..I f-cking hate mashed potatoes

RainsForDays

"I swore when I moved out I would never touch another one."

Pork chops.

My father wanted them literally every other day when I was a child. I swore when I moved out I would never touch another one.

And I haven't 10 years later.

Ddeokbokkii

"I'm never doing that again."

Molten chocolate cake from Chili's.

When I was young, around 8 or 9, for some reason my parents let me get one for myself when I asked. I managed to eat the whole darn thing and after I was done I leaned back in my seat and proclaimed, "I'm never doing that again." Not only has that become a regular quote with my family, but I have held true to that promise and have never done that again, nor will I ever.

EDIT: I just want to clarify, the molten cake was delicious, it was just the size of it that was too much for one young boy to eat on his own without getting....uncomfortable.

Chubs22095

"I eat it, and begin to gag from how rancid it tasted."

African Horned Melon.

When I was young, my mother went to the store and I said I wanted a cucumber. She found this weird, green bumpy thing, so she decided to get it.

Come lunch, I have it, and I see this weird, slimy inside. I can already tell that it is not a cucumber, and I wouldn't like it.

I eat it, and begin to gag from how rancid it tasted. I revolted back in disgust. There were still around 10 more mouthfuls of this thing.

I didn't want to tell my mother, because she bought it and I didn't want to waste it or seem like a brat, so I kept eating it until my mother found me in the living room gagging on each spoonful (yes, spoonful).

I don't remember where the hell we shopped, or how it was there in the first place. I just remember it was that.

Edit: it wasn't spoiled; it was very green, so it was likely underripe.

mmkr2

Low And Getting Lower

McDonald's McRib

I ordered one a few years ago because I didn't have alot of money and was hungry. I was normally fine with McDonald's even if I knew most of their food is just mashed together privates and loose meat, but this McRib is like the prime example I have when I think of processed meat. Christ it was awful, one bite was all it took to make me throw it away. It honestly baffles me when people say they love the McRibs, and I thought I had low standards.

DenkoSan

But It's The Pig Jello That Makes It Delicious?

Gummy worms and stuff, like Haribo. I've heard from a teacher that they put some pig jello (or something like that) in them.

Correct me if I'm wrong.

AmTHeBestah

Don't Tell Tony Stark That

Shawarma.

Last time I had it, I almost puked. Its probably the place but it has scarred me for life and I can't see me bringing myself to eat it again.

NotAnNpc69

A Food Scarred By A Memory

KitKats, I got sick on a vacation one time when I was around 8 or so.

A KitKat sounded so good. So me being a kid asked my mom for a KitKat. I ate it and later that night I threw up.

After that it not only ruined my appetite for KitKats but also Tortilla chips because I had eaten those also before I threw up. To this day everytime I see one I get a little sick and I fell as if I'm going to vomit.

EixSoccer

Not Just The Flavor, But The Color?

Orange. Anything orange flavored.

Too many instances of me having the stomach flu when I was a kid and my parents trying to get me to drink the orange liquid medicine ( Motrin I think).

I would cry and cry because I had thrown it up so many times and it tasted so bad, nor did it make me feel better. Still to this day I HATE orange anything.

LaurenShisler

Always Try A Little First

Chitlins.

I grew up in the south and am a pretty adventurous eater. Went to soul food southern restaurant and decided I was going to order a plate to give it a try. I told the waitress I'd never had it before but wanted to try it. This sweet old black lady looks at me with a skeptical smile and says "honey, why don't I bring you a little to try first". Thank God she did. Tasted straight up like sh-t.

Goal_digger_25

Nothing From Intestines Ever Again

French Canadian Boudin sausage.

It was bad. I've posted about it here before and the people commenting said it was probably poorly made - ie : the intestines weren't cleaned out. It was from a farm my dad's cousin owned and the whole house and sausage itself tasted like shit smells. I got beat when I didn't want to eat it so I had to. I threw up, got to taste it again. SO..... no. I don't care what anyone says. I'll eat haggis, fine, but no black pudding, blood, or boudin for me again EVER.

dialinga481

Always Check The Dates

Licorice

I accidentally ate one that was 5 years old

I got diarhea for a month

Moral: Always check expiry dates

juse73x

Being Good At One Thing Doesn't Mean You'll Be Good At All Things

Growing up we lived with my grandparents. However my grandmother cannot cook. She is a amazing Baker, but just cannot cook. Her idea of mashed potatoes is to this day, half cooked potatoes Literally just mashed. 0 milk butter or seasoning. And only half mashed too. Nasty stuff.

Now when mom makes mashed potatoes their so much better.

Afreshstart2019

Maybe You're The Problem

pop-tarts,

I don't get why Americans like them they are so f-cking dry.

MoonlitMenace

"It was white, milky, and soft"

Shirako.

SO took me out for a fancy meal when we lived in Japan. They served a lot of delicious small dishes, and the waitress did a good job describing each one. Except for shirako.

It was white, milky, and soft. SO and I both ate it and didn't talk about it until we left the restaurant. Finally I had to speak up. "That was a fish sperm sac, wasn't it" - "Mhmm."

Derpazor1

...Gross.

Mall Chinese, because I pooped on the floor while I was vomiting.

phoenix-corn

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