Yum Cha, Chickens Feet, Smart Software?

March 17, 2009 on 4:08 pm | In General | 4 Comments

Hi folks

Just got back World Internet Summit on the Gold Coast. It was a blast. I think I’ll do up a video on it and post that to my Web Smart Central blog along with some photos.

If you didn’t already noticed I’ve ported all my smart software products over to Web Smart Central as the main support site, so this blog will now just be for my personal adventures.

Which segways me into this …

I went out to lunch with some other internet marketers each day of the World Internet Summit. Yum Cha was the choice for the Sunday, so always one to push myself onto new things. How about fried chickens feet.! Check out this video.

The skilled camera man on his Flip video camera is Frank Fazio

So there you go. Tada.

I’ll let you in a secret, I couldn’t finish it. I had a bit more of it after the camera stopped but just didn’t really like it.

What strange and wonderful foods have you tried? Did you like it or not? Leave a comment below and let me and everyone else know how adventurous you are.

Talk soon


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  1. Did you spit it out off camera?? Ok, you were brave enough to give it a try. One time I ate the eyeball of a goat. Oof, that’s the first and last time I do that. :/


    Comment by Paul — March 17, 2009 #

  2. You are very brave.

    I am living in France and have tried almost everything including frogs legs, buy I draw the line at snails and oysters. Something about the slime just puts me off 😀


    Comment by Kelly Ifrah — March 17, 2009 #

  3. You have more guts than me. It has to look good and smell good, that is my way about foods.
    I don’t eat rice, reminds me of maggots, and I don’t eat mushrooms, reminds me of leeches or bloodsuckers.
    But I do love chocolate icecream.

    Comment by Ron — March 17, 2009 #

  4. Building an appetite along with gaining knowledge on internet marketing. Two Birds with one Stone, eh?

    Comment by ebusinessuk — December 30, 2009 #

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