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Weekend Blog Watch: Disaster Edition

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Although Clean Plate Charlie is the only food blog you really need to read daily, some people just can't get enough. Here are some highlights of other food blogs, this time with a focus on food disaster blogs:

Cake Wrecks has countless pictures of cakes with the best of intentions gone horribly wrong. Sometimes they're just misspellings; other times, well... they're like these wedding cakes.

This Is Why You're Fat has been grossing people out/inspiring them for quite a long time now with things like The Sandwich of Knowledge: a sandwich that contains eight strips of bacon, six sausages, four burger patties, black budding, two diced chicken breasts, and six fried eggs.

Steve Don't Eat it is a blog on The Sneeze where... well, where Steve eats it. Ever wondered how Beggin' Strips taste? He'll tell ya.

If for some reason you're feeling hungry but want to fight the urge to eat, head on over to Mahalo's disgusting food page to learn about people who mix urine with fruit juice or watch videos too gross to mention (scroll to the bottom of the page).

Finally, Deep End Dining is dedicated to eating the things you wouldn't dream of. Like how do blowfish testicles sound to you?


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