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July 13, 2019

WHAT’S THAT SMELL?

Big rig spills pig intestines on Kansas City highway

(Thanks to pharmaross, who says “Looks like they could have used a pork-lift for the cleanup.”)

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They won't have the guts to do this again.

Here in the South we call those Chitlins and they cost about fifty cents a pound at Walmart. I always close my eyes when I have to walk by them in the grocery store and there is no way I would ever eat them.

Uh oh. I can see a big fast food price jump a-comin’.

Spilled Pig Intestines opened for Hootie and the Blowfish.

My cat’s name is Chitlin. Otherwise, Cindy beat me to the punchline. Chitlins is eatin’ low off’n the hawg.

nursecindy--I have heard of chitlins and always hoped they were just a myth, like the kracken or the Flathead Lake Monster.
I shouldn't be surprised chitlins exist. We have about the same thing here called "menudo." The ingredients are best left unsaid and unwritten.

Le Pet & NC -
I lived Charleston NC, and took a bus to work. The bus passed a Restaurant that served chitlins. All I can say is when the made a fresh batch is smelled like they were boiling pee.

Chitlins should be seen and not heard. Or smelled.

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