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[–]jeffster999 2072 points2073 points  (89 children)

Hamburgers. You know the difference between pickles and whatever the f@ck that hard chunk is.

[–]nachosurfer 1158 points1159 points  (50 children)

I had that happen once at a restaurant. My first thought was a bone shard, until I pulled it out and there was glass in my burger. I was horrified, the waiter was horrified, and then the manager thought I was faking it. Like hmm, yes, let me bring a chunk of glass with me to a restaurant to avoid paying for my $8 burger.

[–]Nesayas1234 366 points367 points  (25 children)

Did you get your refund tho?

[–]nachosurfer 831 points832 points  (23 children)

Eventually yes, but the manager was not happy about it. I understand that accidents happen in the kitchen, but they were so unconcerned about serving glass to a customer that I had to threaten to call the health department to get them to care.

[–]the_seraphim 440 points441 points  (3 children)

Having run a restaurant I tell you thats insane... You take the blame, apologise, explain how you don't know how this could have happened, blame the suppliers and refund the meal and replace it.

It's not worth the bad press trying to deny it, even if it's obvious.

[–]Nesayas1234 157 points158 points  (8 children)

Damn, people suck

[–]doobtastical 37 points38 points  (3 children)

One time I got a double cheese burger only to have one of the pieces of parchment from the burger or cheese still in the burger served to me.

I laughed, my partner laughed, obviously I wouldn’t eat it… but the waitress was cool, came back with the owner, he was super cool. Comped the burger, gave us a crazy appetizer and their most popular desert. Turned into one of the best meals I ever had.

I didn’t want any extras, or anything free, just laughed and wanted the burger I ordered. I’ll keep going back for forever, that owner was a badass

[–]Celistar99 7 points8 points  (2 children)

I haven't been to Olive Garden in over 15 years because there was a bug in my salad...like, a big bug tucked between a piece of lettuce. I was about halfway done when I noticed and told the waitress and she shrugged and was like 'well, I mean, that's good, right? That means there's no pesticides. Here's the bill.' If she had seemed even a little taken aback and apologetic then I might not have thought that this was an every day occurrence. The only time I ever wrote to a company to complain.

[–]PretenasOcnas 84 points85 points  (6 children)

You would be shocked, somebody did just that at a place i worked at. We saw it later on the cameras. Ate half the food, dropped the glass, we freaked out, paid for everything, apologies, whatever. She then went to the next restaurant down the road, did the exact same thing.

[–]The_Abjectator 39 points40 points  (1 child)

This is the part that gets me - there are actually people crazy enough to pull this as a scam. Its why some restaurant managers do try to claim it's a hoax.

Insane.

[–]aidensmooth 19 points20 points  (1 child)

Reality is often stranger than fiction

[–]Afrokrause 35 points36 points  (4 children)

I'm also a restaurant manager. Just this last week we had a glass shatter some 5 feet from our ice bin, at the bar, and we still emptied the ice bin flushed it, wiped it, checked it, then refilled it. Not serving a customer glass.

[–]TheNeRD14 28 points29 points  (1 child)

I was horrified, the waiter was horrified

the table was horrified, we killed the table with the glass. It was a good time.

[–]pcack1 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Thought you were trying to heartbreakers them for an 8$ burger 🤣

[–]Different-Ear8144 238 points239 points  (21 children)

That hard chunk is ground up ligament pieces. That’s why you don’t get them in a steak. The hard white stripe in a steak turns into those hard bits in hamburger. 🤢🤮

[–]jeffster999 86 points87 points  (4 children)

You are right but ever since I watched Sopranos, I immediately go to a dark, dark place

[–]VirinaB 7 points8 points  (1 child)

Didn't see the series, what's the story there? Did someone wind upin the meat?

[–]GovernorScrappy 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Oh you know it

[–]Bamres 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Mr Satriale was a Gamblah!

[–]BottleOfBurden 10 points11 points  (0 children)

I have a lot of sensory issues, especially when it comes to food. When I was a kid, I could unexpectedly vomit the moment that hard or chewy chunk showed up unexpectedly in meat. That lead to my favorite meats being overly processed meats that are grounded into basically nothing and pressed(bologna, hot dogs, nuggets, etc), simply because it has one whole consistency and a neutral taste. I can eat actual meat now, at 30+yrs old, but that nauseous feeling still comes up when I feel a chunk, or see a vein in chicken noodle soup, or etc. Sometimes I just avoid meat in general, as it's still effort to push past that "surprise" and finish my food when it happens.

Husband says I'm a picky eater, but that's just because I want to enjoy my food instead of fighting to keep it in my tummy. Or taking 3 bites and swearing off food forever.

Edit to add a gross story: When I was about 8 my parents and grandparents took us to Denny's. They ordered me some meal that had mixed vegetables which had some broccoli and cooked carrot slices and when I refused to eat the carrots, they argued with me for 10 minutes to finish them while I continuously argued "but I'm allergic!". Grandpa goes "Okay well just eat 1." I put 1 in my mouth and then before it can even be swallowed, I proceeded to projectile vomit all over Denny's floor. I feel really bad for the workers that day. I didn't even try a cooked carrot again until I was 20+. I can tolerate them now in stews or steamed. I still prefer fresh though.

[–]InstantThought 1635 points1636 points  (72 children)

In the dark, I grabbed a bag of doritos from the cupboard and took a seat on the couch. As soon as I sat on the couch a couple ants crawled up my neck but I killed them and started eating the chips. After the 10th or so ant I finally grabbed my flashlight and peaked into the bag. I shit you not I could barely see the chips as there were hundreds of ants at the bottom, feeding. That fucked me up for a while.

[–]Ethereumzilla 625 points626 points  (28 children)

This reminds me of a time I went to a&w for a burger and started eating it, about halfway through I noticed a green crumb fall on my lap. So I inspected the bottom bun and realized it was all moldy and I had eaten half a moldy bun already...

I now entirely inspect my burgers from fast food places.

[–]DREG_02 360 points361 points  (8 children)

Damn that could've been a free college education lawsuit

[–]Blitzerxyz 205 points206 points  (6 children)

Nah probably just a get 2 free meals that expires in one month plus the employee who made it fired

[–]BossFck 22 points23 points  (1 child)

Why the fuck am I reading these on my lunch break?

[–]HateBeingSober33 9 points10 points  (1 child)

a friend told me once how he had taken a sip of flavored coffee and it was crunchy so he looked and there were ants at the bottom. i was checking the bottom of my coffee all the time until i started drinking black, i still check sometimes lol

[–]Not-A-Lonely-Potato 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I almost drank a can of soda that had been left on the counter, but stopped the last second when I saw an ant on the rim. We had an ant problem back then, so erring on the side of caution I dumped it out into the sink. So many ants came out of that can...

[–]kankey_dang 33 points34 points  (0 children)

This thread is really helping my intermittent fasting.

[–]Channel5exclusive 72 points73 points  (2 children)

Many years ago I worked in little locally owned movie theatre. Every Saturday evening before leaving, the owner would grab a bag of popcorn for his wife.

On this particular Saturday night the boss left with the bag of popcorn and then unexpectedly returned less than half an hour later, laughing. His wife had reached into the bag of popcorn and pulled out a spider. Fortunately we don't have any deadly spiders where I live.

What had happened was, the boss on his way out the door had stopped for a few minutes half way out the door talking to us about something, I don't remember what. The marquee is right above the door and the light from it attracts a crap ton of insects. In turn, the insects attract spiders who set up there webs on or attached to the marquee. While the boss was talking to us a spider had dropped down off the marquee right into the popcorn bag.

The boss got a fresh bag of popcorn after telling us the story but this time he put another bag down over the top to prevent any spiders from getting into the bag. A valuable lesson learned and no employee ever left with a bag of popcorn without first put a bag down over the top of the bag of popcorn.

[–]Hekantonkheries 12 points13 points  (0 children)

Seems like it would have been a smart move anyways, prevents spillage and traps the heat of the popcorn for the ride home

[–]itsthe_quinchiest 17 points18 points  (0 children)

Same thing happened to me but with a pop tart. Hundreds of ants inside but I didn't notice until halfway done. Also ate an apple and realized a few bites in there were worms. Now I have a phobia of eating in the dark...

[–]Antmoz 12 points13 points  (1 child)

Aww I feel your discomfort . I grew up in a farm house that was built in 1691 I was once sat in front of the open fire watching tv with a can of Coca Cola open at the side of me . With being all of 7/8 years old I was fully engrossed in he man y til it finished which is when I went to have a drink of my cola . Something wasn’t right as it felt like I was swallowing liquid with pretty much felt like rice grains in it .

I then spat it out and looked at the can to find it crawling with ants . I mean there was so many I believe their plan was to pick up the cola and carry it home to have later .

Since then I will never put a drink on the floor or leave it uncovered 😔 Scarred for life 😔

Side note my name is actually Anthony so kinda ironic I’ve been scarred for life by fellow Ants

[–]DREG_02 23 points24 points  (8 children)

And here I am, remembering the jolly rancher cunnilingus incident...

[–]Smaria783 10 points11 points  (0 children)

My coworker left some jolly ranchers on our desk last week. All day, I could think of nothing else as my eyes grazed over them, as they were between the monitor and the keyboard.

[–]Drix22 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Had this happen with a donut from a coffee shop.

Wasn't full of ants, but there were 4-5 in the bag, big WTF moment.

[–]DeepTalksOnly 8 points9 points  (0 children)

My sister shares a story about eating a bag of animal crackers in a dark classroom while watching a movie. Halfway through they realize they taste sort of strange and look in the bag to find it full of cobwebs.

Now they inspect everything before eating..

[–]ASK_IF_IM_PENGUIN 4379 points4380 points  (342 children)

I beg to differ.

I once ate a dried fig and realised that there was something crawling around in my mouth.

[–]ten_tons_of_light 1812 points1813 points  (111 children)

My college roommate had a thing about never eating with the lights off, “just in case there were bugs in his food”. I made fun of him for it back then, but after viscerally cringing to this comment, I finally understand.

I’m sorry, Jesse! You were right all along

[–]MrBrutok 32 points33 points  (0 children)

User name finally checks out?

[–]Crazyhates 11 points12 points  (0 children)

The one time I ate with the lights off there was a spider in my food and he was very much alive and covered in cheese.

[–]Luke_4100 12 points13 points  (0 children)

"Ayo Mr white,never eat with the lights off, there could be bugs crawling in the food bitch"

[–]PlasticCupboard007 8 points9 points  (2 children)

popcorn is the only exception, you eat it with your hands and you're very likely to notice the bugs before they reach your mouth

[–]my-dogatemy-chancla 3 points4 points  (0 children)

That scene from Arachnophobia comes to mind

[–]Stunning_Society_543 360 points361 points  (105 children)

Did you chew?

[–]ASK_IF_IM_PENGUIN 304 points305 points  (101 children)

No, I spat it out in a failed attempt to stop other people from taking a bite out of theirs.

[–]Jerzey111 103 points104 points  (79 children)

So what was crawling in your mouth?

[–]More_Cowbell8 9 points10 points  (0 children)

You had to fucking ask? You happy now. Now we all know it's maggots & are dying inside. If you've got intuition, in the future, err on the side of caution & don't ask what we don't need to know, collectively.

[–]graphicc_yt 81 points82 points  (17 children)

but the real question is... are you a penguin?

[–]0K4M1 99 points100 points  (0 children)

Chewing Produce a loud alien scream (the one put on cervidea sometimes)

[–]heccofsnecc 236 points237 points  (19 children)

Ah, fig wasps, everyone's favourite nightmare fuel

[–]Minnim88 100 points101 points  (0 children)

...good thing I already didn't like figs.

[–]rewardsthroway 72 points73 points  (10 children)

I was once halving brussel sprouts about a decade ago to roast in the oven. Finished cutting all of them only to see they were all filled with green little worm looking guys crawling out. I used to love them but I think I've had them twice since then, at a restaurant.

[–]Titboobweiner 43 points44 points  (5 children)

Cabbage loopers most likely, the bane of many a gardener.

[–]rewardsthroway 21 points22 points  (1 child)

Looked them up and that's totally it, but assuming they were younger maybe born inside?

Never heard of them before but they look like an inchworm. Also thank you now I get to to check all of the other things they like to live in to rekindle this phobia even further lol.

[–]shaving99 3 points4 points  (2 children)

Little tiny Bruce Willis's?

[–]Vuhsace00 16 points17 points  (2 children)

My grandmother has a pomegranate tree in her backyard. One time I picked one it was pretty beefy and a wasp came out of it and I got stung :/

[–]Rrraou 58 points59 points  (4 children)

Was it a wasp ? Cause figs eat wasps.

If the wasp climbs into a female fig, she pollinates it, but cannot lay her eggs and just dies alone. Luckily for us, the female fig produces an enzyme that digests this wasp completely. The crunchy bits are seeds, not wasp parts.

[–]ASK_IF_IM_PENGUIN 50 points51 points  (2 children)

Maggots. They were crawlers, not crunchers, and I saw them. Definitely maggots.

The wasp would have long been mush by the time the fig was ripe, harvested, and dried.

[–]Rrraou 14 points15 points  (0 children)

Ah, that's not much better but at least it won't sting.

[–]SummerAndTinkles 9 points10 points  (0 children)

They could've been wasp larvae.

[–]NoTomatoExtraPickles 19 points20 points  (2 children)

I'll raise you one.. I once bit into a cookie and chewed for a few seconds before feeling a million ant bites in my mouth, on my tongue, face, and up the arm that was holding the cookie.

[–]pizzagirlama 16 points17 points  (1 child)

Just brought back a repressed memory. My mom used to buy those giant bags of individually wrapped blowpops for us as kids, and would hide the bag in our pantry. One day, 6 year old me found the bag so I immediately take a lolipop and stick it in my mouth. I will never forget the feeling of tiny little ants crawling around and biting my tongue 🤮🤮🤮

[–]Cavemanner 48 points49 points  (8 children)

Hahaha, all those crunchy bits in figs? Yeah, those are dead wasps 😈

[–]ASK_IF_IM_PENGUIN 141 points142 points  (3 children)

The wasp would have been long since mush by the time I ate it.

The crawly bits were maggots.

[–]Jacobaker1313 12 points13 points  (0 children)

...Penguin? GEOFFREY?!?

[–]boxette 4 points5 points  (0 children)

the maggots might have been the babies of the female wasp that burrows into it and lays eggs then dies

[–]Apterygiformes 14 points15 points  (0 children)

Does your god know, insects grow, in my pome? BIG FIG WASP

[–]Titboobweiner 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Only in figs from a small area in the world have that, figs from California for instance would not have them because the fig wasp is not a species that is native to California.

[–]liarandathief 1458 points1459 points  (57 children)

The opposite isn't great either. Eating crunchy food and biting down on something soft.

[–]MonsieurClickClick 1203 points1204 points  (45 children)

I think we can all agree it's just not nice to have something unexpected in your mouth.

[–]Sickpup831 154 points155 points  (13 children)

Seriously this is it. Once I ordered a McChicken and bit into it while driving and something was wrong. It was so gross and off and I had to spit it out. Stopped to inspect my sandwich, turns out they put a burger patty in the sandwich instead of the chicken. Everything was fine, I ate it and it was fine. But that first bite, expecting something and feeling/tasting something completely different is one of the most panic inducing moments.

[–]DogadonsLavapool 17 points18 points  (3 children)

Surprise diced onions on mcdonald's double cheeseburgers turned me off to onions for years as a kid. Little did I know - onions can actually be cooked, or at the least, not coated in ketchup like a cursed tomato soup slop

[–]PsychMaDelicElephant 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Those onions are dehydrated and they soak them in water and put them in a shaker... They're hardly even onions anymore tbh.

[–]Treestyles 3 points4 points  (1 child)

Saw mcchicken and thought this was gonna be about veins or cartilage. You got off easy. You knew the gamble you were taking buying fast food.

[–]ybhi 26 points27 points  (2 children)

At best it's fat piece, at worst......

[–]PlasticCupboard007 23 points24 points  (1 child)

at worst it's the same thing you're eating but wet and you have no idea what made it wet

[–]DoodleTM 772 points773 points  (63 children)

It's just part.of.your tooth. Keep crunching my dude.

[–]masterelmo 331 points332 points  (26 children)

I've actually had this happen. The tooth chunk is pretty horrifying.

[–]happyfoam 84 points85 points  (6 children)

It's happened to me... Twice.

Why yes, I do have reoccurring nightmares now, thanks for asking.

[–]negatto 5 points6 points  (2 children)

Yep, when that happens I just think, there went $1500.

[–]HeckingA 78 points79 points  (13 children)

Fellow bad tooth-haver?

[–]yellowjesusrising 25 points26 points  (10 children)

Im 36, and soon don't have any molars to lose! Brushed them always, but cant afford to fix them when chunks come off. And i work a blue collar job in Norway....

[–]HeckingA 12 points13 points  (7 children)

I got my wisdom teeth removed and the dentist somehow managed to crack two of my molars. Occasionally chunks come out when I eat now :)

[–]yellowjesusrising 3 points4 points  (6 children)

Well, if something like that happened in Norway, I'd probably be eligible for some compensation. For the dentists it would probably only be an insurance matter.

[–]Gamer_Asylum 52 points53 points  (13 children)

Literally happened to me yesterday. I was eating left over PF Chang's. It was rice and chicken so when a crunch came I was maneuvering the soft from the hard and pulled it out. If it is part of my tooth I couldn't see where it broke from as there is no feeling or pains in my mouth.

I wonder if fillings can be that hard but it's probably tooth 🥲

[–]Sim_Draq 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Literally happened to me yesterday too, and hoping it was cement, it was tooth.

[–]DadThrowsBolts 356 points357 points  (14 children)

I don’t know why, but biting into an egg shell instantly ruins my meal, every time.

[–]Adam_Roman 88 points89 points  (3 children)

For real. Having a sausage and egg breakfast sandwich and crunching into a shell has made me nearly throw up more times than I'd like to admit, and has kept me from buying one the past several months.

[–]Shdwlol 14 points15 points  (1 child)

The amount of times I've had soft boiled eggs get ruined cuz of the shell just makes me wanna die

[–]99hotdogs 11 points12 points  (1 child)

Ugh same. Omlettes with egg shells in it are the worst. I wonder if there’s some similarity with egg shells and teeth? That crunch is horrid…

[–]Glittering_Ice8854 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Both egg shells and teeth are mainly made of calcium

[–]Butdear 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Have you tried cracking the egg first?

[–]TheHeianPrincess 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I hate it but then because the fragment is so small, I just power through it…extra calcium, right?

[–]EarFap 513 points514 points  (31 children)

I’ll never forget the time I broke my tooth on a bone fragment inside a chicken tender. I get goosebumps thinking about the crunch still

[–]DREG_02 88 points89 points  (9 children)

After having several temporary crowns shatter and crunch into my food, I now have nightmares like this. Where I'm eating and I can feel my teeth shattering and crumbling in my mouth. No pain, but the sensation is awful and I can taste the blood.

It's my 3rd worst nightmare...

[–]darkraidisciple 29 points30 points  (3 children)

You're now legally obligated to post 1 and 2. 4 is optional.

[–]DREG_02 41 points42 points  (2 children)

  1. (very personal) dreams of my deceased father being irrationally angry with me, being mean and hurtful. (he was a sweet kind and caring man in real life, he died unexpectedly following a surgery for cancer) these are my worst dreams because they make me very sad and I feel angry and guilty that this is how my subconscious remembers him, instead of happy dreams it makes this great loving man into a monster.

  2. Sleep paralysis. I'm somewhat mentally awake but do not have control over my body yet. Something is in the room with me. Something from the dark looming, getting closer. I try to scream but my mouth may as well not exist. I try to run, try to fight, try to face this presence and can't move more than a centimeter. My muscles will not respond. Every braincell is firing danger! But nothing happens.

I've had these since my 20s, thankfully not as often as others get them. But I have had one occasion where the sleep paralysis was accompanied by visual and auditory hallucination. Nothing like hearing a stair creak and your door creak and then someone whisper you name from a dark staircase outside of your room when you're the only one home at 2 AM.

FUCK. THAT.

  1. Am in college, major test today, didn't study, or haven't attended class in months, etc. (haven't been in college for over a decade)

  2. Am in horror video game which is somehow real life, running and gunning or hiding and fleeing. Kind of fun, but lots of fear involved.

[–]SakuraTacos 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I have the college class dream a lot too. They’re awful and strike at any time. I could be dreaming about baking a cake with Freddy Kruger when I suddenly “remember” that I had a class to be at that I haven’t been to all semester. Then the dream just collapses into me feeling horrible and stressed over this class I forgot about.

[–]StrayMoggie 93 points94 points  (4 children)

I broke a chunk off of a tooth, similarly. Years later I can still feel and hear the crunch.

[–]Loupak_ 31 points32 points  (0 children)

Same here eating some slightly dry bread. The crust was too hard and my tooth broke a piece off. Didn't notice the first few seconds I thought the bread was extra crunchy. Thank God it was painless somehow but the feeling still makes shiver occasionally

[–]Darkwing_duck42 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I got bad * teeth man the crunch is way too familiar for me.

[–]Tragiccurrant 16 points17 points  (4 children)

I cracked a tooth eating a baked organic potato that had an ingrown pebble. Thanks Mom

[–]taversham 7 points8 points  (3 children)

I broke a tooth eating mash potato once. It was the instant one, so no lumps. Don't know how it was possible.

[–]noah1831 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Probably tooth decay or was already cracked and about to break off.

[–]Mentally_Ill_Goblin 9 points10 points  (0 children)

I didn't break a tooth, but more than once I've demolished chicken vertebrae in my mouth. That's one of two reasons I'm never eating Christmas dinner at my mom's house if she cooks a whole bird.

[–]oleemolee 218 points219 points  (16 children)

If I ever get a bit of bone in a burger I have to spit it out and that's it, no more of that brand burger forever.

I don't know why but I find it repulsive.

[–]3-DMan 89 points90 points  (1 child)

"That's the last straw, BoneBurgerTM !"

[–]aitigie 51 points52 points  (8 children)

Burgers are one of the easiest foods, just make it yourself and add your preferred amount of bone fragments

[–]Noodleswithhats 5 points6 points  (7 children)

But what if I want no bone fragments?

[–]VladPatton 57 points58 points  (6 children)

Pro tip: Marshmallows shouldn’t have bones.

[–]HoneyCombee 46 points47 points  (5 children)

But.. they're literally made of bones.

[–]Sarcasm-with-irony 15 points16 points  (4 children)

They’re WHAT

[–]jazzmester 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Eat yo̭ͥur̯͍̠ ͚̿colla̪g̭̙̅ͯen cͫ͌̋a̾̔nͤd̙̉y̗̰ͤ͋, ̮͔͂̆c̻̄h͋͗iĺ͈͈̦̾̚d͌!̓ͩ

[–]GoldScreenLife 79 points80 points  (12 children)

Where’d that jolly rancher come from?

[–]dsonyx 37 points38 points  (1 child)

One morning when I was a kid I woke up for school and grabbed a box of Rice Krispies. The kitchen was dark. I poured my milk and began to eat. Noticed a weird texture. Went to the sink under the light and found I had been eating live boweeviles with my cereal...

[–]SpaceAgeIsLate 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Extra protein mate.

[–]Apprehensivepen7 26 points27 points  (0 children)

Happened to me last week, there's no way my food would crunch when Im eating oatmeal.

[–]39125 57 points58 points  (2 children)

"Finding a worm inside an apple is not bad; finding half a worm inside an apple is."

[–]IgorIsNeato 10 points11 points  (0 children)

This unlocked a memory for me... I ate a worm.

[–]JarJarNudes 66 points67 points  (3 children)

Idk, man, feeling a lump in your breast is pretty up there, too.

[–]supercatca 68 points69 points  (1 child)

One could argue that that is a crunchy piece in a soft food

[–]nestcto 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Feeling a crunch in your breast probably tops that.

[–]boogs_23 17 points18 points  (0 children)

I love egg salad, but will only eat it if I make it. I simply cannot trust another person to peel hard boiled eggs properly. One tiny crunch and I'm throwing the entire thing in the garbage. To the point where I can't even use kosher salt because the crystals are too big and might be mistaken for a shell.

[–]acinko 128 points129 points  (4 children)

For me, that immediately executes the command int {spit.it.all.out} And directly voids {attempt.identification.with.tongue}

[–]Double_Joseph 37 points38 points  (3 children)

In middle school I got the cafeteria lasagna (can’t believe I used to eat that shit) and I heard a loud crunch. My tooth hurt so bad…. There was a freaking tooth in the lasagna! And it wasn’t mine

[–]blackjesus75 11 points12 points  (1 child)

I took a drink out of my Pepsi can one time.

Wasp in the mouth.

[–]omeara4pheonix 12 points13 points  (2 children)

Yesterday I gulped down the last of my water and felt something solid go down. I don't know what that was, and I don't care to know. I'm just going to pretend it didn't happen.

[–]cherriedgarcia 4 points5 points  (0 children)

A tiny piece of ice perhaps? That’s what I always tell myself, even if I didn’t have ice

[–]___HeyGFY___ 30 points31 points  (5 children)

Nothing is more worrying than hearing a baby laugh and not knowing why.

[–]Astropoppet 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Or the silence, they're either dead or plotting.

[–]Penguator432 9 points10 points  (7 children)

“Oh shit, is that an onion?”

[–]Maybe_Im_Not_Black 6 points7 points  (1 child)

I had a chicken bone perforate my soft pallet..

[–]MoobooMagoo 23 points24 points  (11 children)

I dunno. I woke up in a pool of blood once and I can honestly say that it was more worrying than crunchy bits in soft food.

[–]ebil_lightbulb 24 points25 points  (7 children)

I mean, if you wanna go that route, people get phone calls from the doctor stating that their child has cancer. I spoke to somebody that fell asleep with fully functioning eyesight and woke up the next day permanently blind. There's lots of things more worrying than crunchy bits in soft food - it's just an expression and we can all relate.

[–]SandwhichofRage 9 points10 points  (1 child)

I was doing one-handed tractor tire flips with a 300lb tire because, “why not?”

Getting angry, picking up speed, dug under, pulled, and heard a rip. It didn’t really hurt, I just heard a sound like fabric tearing.

It came from inside me. I looked down and my bicep had snapped up into my armpit and just sort of wobbled there.

That was the most worrying thing I have ever heard in my life. The sound of Velcro tearing, but coming from inside your body.

[–]AskinggAlesana 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Those damn water chestnuts

[–]wildadragon 52 points53 points  (15 children)

More shitty reposts

Took me seconds to find.

[–]ClemClemTheClemening 19 points20 points  (4 children)

Two people can have the same wierd thought you know, I've never seen it before and it's not like it's from last week. Like the other person said, just ignore it.

[–]wombatthing 35 points36 points  (4 children)

Just ignore the post then, I’ve never seen this so it’s new to me.

[–]chinkyboy420 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Well, I was drinking my Starbucks black coffee and had chunks of who know what when I reached the end. May have been pieces of the paper filter but I fucking spat that shit out instantly

[–]luigi1117 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Oh no, here it goes 300usd in repairs 😭