What is the weirdest thing you’ve eaten?

One of them had a chicken heart


In times of desperation, when others have made you or just because you want to, we’ve all eaten something a bit questionable.

Biba Randle-Caprez, English and Philosophy, second year

12200785_10153235410393730_248626993_n“I alternate between soy sauce and mango chutney on my roast potatoes.”

Tom Firth, Business and Management, second year

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“My housemate put chilli in my homemade cupcakes, I haven’t had cupcakes since.”

Zack Davies, Real Estate, second year

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“I had a chicken heart at an all you can eat restaurant.”

Elle Davison, Business Management, fourth year

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“I eat dry spaghetti when I can’t be bothered to cook it.”

Savannah Rado, Business Management and Publishing Media, second year

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“I quite often eat frozen peas still frozen.”

Harry Bush, Law, third year

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“I ate some out of date sandwiches, left over from a convention.”

Aakifah Imran, Philosophy, second year

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“I love dunking chips in chocolate milkshakes.”

Louis Houiller, Geography and International Relations, second year

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“Nutella with full English breakfast.”

Derbhla Slevin, History of Art, second year

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“Got to love a good Ostrich burger.”

Jack Bradshaw, Sports Coaching, second year

12207902_10153238161403730_195645098_n“On a bus to Salou I ate a tin of sardines, a can of dog food, two scotch bonnet chillies and washed it down with tequila.”