I have it under good authority that a lot of women don’t like it when certain… “fluids” get into their mouths. I understand it also to be considered common courtesy to at least let her know when the introduction of such fluids may be imminent. Unfortunately for a woman in Seoul, Korea, she wasn’t extended such courtesy when a squid injected its sperm bag into her mouth during dinner.
I know! Right! He could have at least had the decency to wait until they got home first. Chivalry really is dead.
Seriously, though. A recently circulated report states that in February, during a meal of semi-boiled squid, a 63-year-old woman was eating (Snarf) her squid when said semi-boiled-one decided he would make known his objection to being part of the main course. Well… his sperm sacks disagreed. That part of him at least, was still alive. Weird, I know.
Yes, it does seem like an idea for a really bad porno plot, but sadly, it’s true. As the story goes,upon chewing the woman reported she felt a “pricking” (Snicker) sensation in her mouth, after which she stopped her meal and had to seek medical attention.
Unfortunately, she wasn’t given the option to either swallow or spit as doctors found she had “small, white spindle-shaped bug-like organisms” lodged in her tongue, gums and cheek which had injected the squid sperm directly.
According to experts, this is simply the male squid’s natural method of sperm delivery. Their sperm bags attach to the female’s body and slowly inject the sperm. It’s possible it just mistook her tongue for a female squid.
Even weirder, this wasn’t the first time something like this has happened. Apparently there were a few cases like this in the past in Japan. Seems to me that squids “get off” on this kind of thing. This is why, if you’re eating squid, you’re advised to remove those sperm bags or make sure they don’t survive being cooked. Maybe semi-boiled isn’t the best choice then.
As for our victim in this incident, it’s safe to say the whole experience left her with a very unpleasant taste in her mouth.
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