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Have you ever eaten something that you deemed as disgusting because someone else made you or even out of politeness?
Last weekend I went to a birthday celebration at my neighbors Indian restaurant. I was psyched because I have never eaten Indian food before and I thought that it would be a great way to try it for the first time. Oscar would never even consider going to eat at an Indian restaurant so I thought that this was my golden opportunity.
When I got there I saw my neighbor Tammy from Tammy's Two Cent's and her husband Scott there and grabbed a seat at their table. The buffet was open so I went and grabbed a plate and just started scooping items onto it. There weren't any labels as to what I was dishing out and since I hadn't eaten that type food before I really had no idea what it was. Shortly after sitting down at the table Tammy's hubby informed me that one of the items I chose was lamb. I of course thanked him for telling me because I don't eat lamb. It totally grosses me out and I just can't get over it. It didn't help that he and Tammy told me that it tasted like roast either because I hate roast too. I can't eat stringy meat, I just do not like the texture.
Then it got ugly. Scott was insistent that I stop being a baby and try the lamb. He kept saying "Eat it! Just eat it! Put it in your mouth!", he was relentless. He didn't even cringe when I told him my story about when I saw a poor baby lamb's remains in a field as a kid that was burned alive by its owners. I don't do lamb. Finally after about twenty minutes I gave in to peer pressure. He said he wouldn't stop harassing me about it until I took a bite, and I believed him! I did give Scott fair warning that he better watch out cause if I thought it was so nasty that I had to spit it out that it was going in his direction. That would wipe that smirky smile right off his face right?
So, just to shut Scott up I took a bite. I have to admit, it wasn't horrible. It wasn't good either. It was stringy and chewy and it was gross to swallow but I did it. I won't ever do it again, it was definitely only a one time thing, thanks to peer pressure. And he promised that if I blogged about it he would comment on my blog - so we shall see won't we!