Because while you want to look at the tasty piece of intestine you’re eating, it’s most likely covered in a peppery soup or stew that will blind the shit out of you if the shaki bounces back.
Ponmo exists in 2 states:
- Soft as a cloud
- Hard as the soles of the feet of a person who attends Celestial Church of Light
Not knowing which you’re going to get at any given time is what makes it equal parts frustrating and exciting.
There are few things more exciting than eating a mountain of fufu at lunch on a weekday at work and then waiting to see if it’ll knock you out or not.
Are you going to successfully finish eating this fruit that is 92% water or will you choke on the seeds and die? Grab a slice and find out.
5) Biscuit Bone:
Before you bite down on that piece of meat, ask yourself: Is this really biscuit bone or did the butcher with the gold tooth sell you a regular bone and lie about it? Are you about to chomp down and wreck all your teeth?
I have a theory that the freshness of an avocado is in a constant state of flux (between “hella fresh” and “3 day old corpse”) until it’s opened. The thrill comes from not knowing which state you’re gonna find it in.
Do you know how horrifying it is to be halfway done eating an agbalumo only to find a maggot in it? I’ll leave y’all with the thought of what that implies.