Skip to comments.Tarantula burger special sold at North Carolina restaurant has legs.
Posted on 04/13/2018 12:34:57 PM PDT by carriage_hill
Hungry customers began calling Bull City Burger and Brewery in Durham, North Carolina, last month in search of their famous tarantula burgers. The restaurant has been serving the eight-legged dish for the past three years in honor of exotic meat month -- and this year would be no different, though the establishment pushed the date back a month.
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Probably taste like chicken.
But if you eat it, you get a free t shirt!
Bet the hairs get stuck in your teeth...................
No. I was certain this was happening in Japan.
At the sight of that sandwich,I lose my appetite!
You were less obnoxious when you were managing the ping list for the retarded person.
I’d guess it’s crunchy.
I was thinking the same thing if a friend brought you this as a gag. ‘Man, these onion straws sure are crunchy and hairy’
“The tarantula burger tastes like a crustacean, Cindrich described. It’s crab-like — salty but bitter, though the chili sauce adds a bit of heat to it.”...................
No thanks. Id rather lick the floor
Great Flaming Wolf Spiders!!!
Remember that study a few years back that said the average person eats two spiders in their life?
So, I thought Id just get it out of the way.
I found this spider outside and I ate it.
Turns out it was a beetle.
Do beetles count, or am I still down two spiders?
I dont know.
After I ate that beetle, I started having dreams that birds were trying to eat me.
Now, I cant go outside without a hat.....or a shotgun.
Ever wake up to find a spider leg on your pillow and not the rest of it? Let’s just say, I think I’ve had my two spiders already. Blecch!
Welcome humbleburger; a big Friday welcome!
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