There are some interesting foods out there that either look gross or actually looks appetizing. But after eating it your body doesn't agree and makes you think twice about whether or not you should have ate it.
"I know you're probably thinking, 'Who in their right mind eats garlic by itself?' but hear me out. Once upon a time my mom took me, my siblings and cousins on a road trip to visit her sister. My cousin Zed and I were stuffed into the very back of the van, along with many groceries and home-made food-stuffs made by my grandmother for my aunt. Zed and I were whining about being hungry. My mom told us we'd be three soon. Well, to a little kid, soon is not soon enough. So Zed and I quietly dug into the bags and boxes to find something that could stave off our hunger until we got to our aunt's house. We opened a container packed by my gran and squinted inside, seeing what looked like small, light golden flakes. 'Rice crispies!' Zed hissed. 'Cornflakes!' I countered, poking at it and hearing a familiar crunch-crunch. Rice crispies, cornflakes, it didn't matter. We shoved handfuls into our mouths like starving squirrels and settled down to contentedly munch away on our treat. Then, mid-crunch, the taste hit us. OH. Oh noooooooooooooooooo. This wasn't rice crispies, or cornflakes. It was - 'Bleurgh!!! Garlic!?!?!' We spat it out very quickly, and for a very long time after that, I remained extremely suspicious of cornflakes." Source