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MARTINA GOT TOO DRU-UNK!
NA NA NA NA NAAAA NA!

So, we were out playing with some friends the other night, listening to Gogostar and Who Who at Club FF (we totally love Club FF in Hongdae, by the way), and we had a bit to drink as well. Now, we’re usually very responsible drinkers. We don’t binge drink, we don’t black out, we don’t lose all of our inhibitions and go nuts, we just enjoy to drink while we dance to live music, you know?

Side note: I never understood how people “lost their inhibitions” when they’re drunk. How does someone drink to the point that they want to make out with strangers, or pick fights with people, or drive a car, or – as is the defence for some cases – even rape someone? This makes NO SENSE TO US WHATSOEVER. When we’re drunk, the first thing that we think to ourselves is “holy crap: we’re getting too drunk. Stop drinking! Rehydrate! Get some food in your belly. Get the hell out of here!” We don’t get stupid when we’re drunk. We get less eloquent, and our motor skills might waver a bit, but we never do something that we wouldn’t want to do while sober. It’s just so bizarre that people change when they drink. We don’t understand it whatsoever.

Ok, side note over. Point is, we got to the point the other night that we realized, yep, we should pack it in and go home. Martina didn’t fare so well the next day, though, and had a bit of a hangover. We could have laid in bed all day and whined about it like babies, OR WE COULD MAKE A MOVIE ABOUT IT! WOOHOO! Uhhm. Not really the thing that most people would think about doing while hungover, right? Are we just weird? We’re weird, aren’t we? *cough*

So we wanted to make the best out of a bad situation and make a video of us trying something we never tried before: hangover soup! We know next to nothing about it, apart from the fact that old people FREAKING LOVE THIS. Hey! Are you an old Korean person reading this? Do you like Hangover soup? We never see young people eating hangover soup, for some reason. Only old people. Maybe it’s not cool to eat it. Young Korean people: what do you eat when you’re hungover? Tell us your secrets!

Also, my bad for thinking this was Gamja-Tang, when it clearly wasn’t. We didn’t order the soup ourselves, but I heard Gamja-Tang being mentioned in the conversation, so I thought it was Gamja-Tang. It clearly wasn’t, and I knew that after looking at it, but…yeah! That’s why I messed up so bad in the video.

Lastly, for this week’s bloopers we reveal a secret that we’re kind of scared to say in Korea…but, umm. WE HATE MAKGEOLLI! It’s delicious, yes, but we had the worst hangover of our lives because of it in our first year in Korea, and now whenever we smell it we recall the crushing pain of that night. So…no more Makgeolli!

 

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  1. Rhea

    In my neuro class last semester, our professor talked about Vitamin B1 and how, if you take it before you start drinking, it supposedly helps with preventing hangovers and he told us to try it because he knows that when we aren’t studying, we are drinking away the stresses of med school. Anyway, I don’t drink that often but my friends work hard and play hard so they take like 2 or 3 B1 pills before they start drinking and, miraculously, the next day they are in the library studying for like 10-12 hours. It’s all well and good for them but now I don’t have any hungover people to bother. :( I don’t know if it works for everyone but it seems pretty legit.

    For extra information, B1 supplementation mainly prevents Wernicke’s encephalopathy because alcohol consumption depletes? B1 and with chronic heavy drinkers, this leads to serious neurological deficits. You can’t really overdose on B1 either because it is a water soluble vitamin and you only absorb what you need, the rest makes your pee more expensive. Science.

    And that is the end of this weird, infomercial-like, post. Anyway the main reason for this post is you may find that it works for you (Simon) and then you can DRINK IRRESPONSIBLY and not have to consume hangover soups.

  2. A Chris Rock reference as well!
    So now that’s Dave Chappelle, Eddie Murphy AND Chris Rock. I think we’d get on.
    Smackawiddadick smackawiddadick.

  3. Stephanie Boedecker

    This song has saved my life on more than one occasion come Sunday morning..err afternoon…

  4. i was watching this and the soup looked good. until someone said there was blood in it… really i am not the type of person to care. when i realized what was the blood. i watched the video not wanting to eat the soup but more wanting to poke at it and examian it. I am weird i know.. it just looked like a sponge and seemed gross thought it’s probably really good..

  5. Have you considered having a guest on to FAPFAP with you? I would bet that you could do a guest spot with Joe from ZenKimchi or with another Korean blogger. It definitely made me happy when I heard you guys on the Seoul Podcast and it might be nice for a one-off to have a guest.

  6. Q: have you ever had a hard time understanding Koreans accent or dialect? now that you have lived in Korea for a long time. can you tell the difference from a a Seoul accent or a Busan accent? x

  7. At first, I was a little grossed out but then I remembered that I love Menudo. Which is tripe soup and for those that don’t know; tripe is a type of stomach lining. Menudo has cow stomach lining and it’s supposed to be good for hangovers as well.

  8. Brittainy
    Brittainy

    Don’t worry Simon, I giggled at your “Irony” joke

  9. irritablevowel
    irritablevowel

    This prompts a question from me. I know there is a big drinking culture in Korea. I’ve seen it mentioned several times now by foreigners who were surprised by how common it was for people to get pass out, black out drunk. Here (Chicago) I would be nervous if I were someplace where that many people were getting that drunk. I would only be able to think that eventually there was going to be a fight, or feats of strength where someone tries to tear something off of the wall. But my impression is that in Korea, people get drunk, but not destructive. Is that impression completely off (I admit, how on Earth would I know)? If that impression isn’t off, why is that so? This question doesn’t need to be answered by Simon and Martina, anyone with knowledge feel free to respond.

  10. I am not sure if it was mentioned before or at other SNS, but just to let you know that Gamja in GAMJA-Tang is not a potato. It is part of spine(bone) of a Pig that you see in GAMJA-TANG (Like Galbi-Tang). So do not feel awkward if you do not see potatoes in your Gamja-tang b/c I know some restaurant dont put potatoes in their Gamja-Tang.

  11. Nazaret

    So what you’re saying is…you guys are vampires?!

  12. Carmensitta

    I got completely drunk and it was only with two drinks… oh well it was badly mixed, by me, with way too strong vodka and lemonade… consumed in 5 minutes I think. After that I completely passed out! I can’t remember a thing! I slept for a while, then woke up and was giddy and talking with people…and was even able to talk in English, which is not my first language… then went back to sleep and wake up with no hangover whatsoever!

  13. Every FAPFAP I craaaave whatever it is that you guise are eating, but this time…:X *blech* ~.~ blood and stomach..? D:

  14. I personally don’t think people really “change” when they drink. I think a lot of the stuff that certain people do when they’re drunk comes from stuff that’s supressed. I also think(and for some reason, I feel like people from the US do this the most) a lot of people drink to escape their mundane, or in some cases painful, everyday lives and they feel a sense of freedom when they’re drunk like they are above everything and they can do what they want. This is coming from someone who has seen this happen a lot, just within my own family. I, when I do rarely get drunk, apparently turn into this giggly little high schooler who laughs at absolutely anything and everything and talks about unicorns and rainbows and happy places.

  15. I rarely drink, and never to excess, but if I’m going to drink, I line up my hangover preventative before leaving the house. I line up the following on my bathroom counter: 1 bottle water (though I heard VitaminWater is excellent, too), 1 bottle of cranberry juice (to help flush mah liver!), 3 Excedrine Migraine tablets, 1 Zegerid (an OTC acid reducer with baking soda), and a couple of cookies. I down everything but the water on my way to the shower. I find taking quick shower and getting the cigarette smoke and perfume from the club out of my hair REALLY helps prevent the headache. I finish with the water and keep a bottle of Tums by my bed, just in case. I also order in some chicken strips. Yeah, chicken strips. It doesn’t work for everyone, but the chicken strips (fat, salt, carbs, and protein all mixed together) seem to help. I never want to eat it, but after I force myself to take the first bite, I’m better. It worked especially well the time I introduced my friend to Mr. Cuervo. They got along a little too well.

    I had the same trouble with sake that you had with makegolli. Even worse, it wasn’t even GOOD sake. I can’t look at the stuff now.

  16. I really liked the editing in this video :)

  17. Hey Guise! First of all, I’m a huge fan. I stumbled upon your video long before music monday was a thing, and when you still lived in apartment #1! Also, I’m glad you finally had blood soup. I had thought it might have been on the short-list of foods you don’t like very much. Now that that’s out of the way, I need to say I DO NOT like the new editing style. I know you’re taking lots of inspiration from variety shows, but it felt like waaaaaay too many sound effects and pop-up thingies. It got really old really fast. I did however LOVE Martina’s crying sound effect.

  18. Brandon

    Good God, cow blood soup with emulsified liver and fuzzy stomach lining? I’m feeling most of the effects of a hangover after watching that and I haven’t had a drop to drink…

  19. You should make the intern stand in for martina… that would be hilarious

  20. Miranda

    I see you guys eating rice there, I thought you were not eating rice anymore. Did you find that it was too hard to avoid it in Korea?

  21. Mexicans have menudo for the hangover. Menudo is also cow’s stomach and
    the broth is also supposed to be really spicy. I personally do not like
    menudo but if it’s gotta be something spicy it’s gotta be chilaquiles
    (chi-la-keel-ehs). It’s crushed up tortillas with a spicy sauce, onion,
    and cheese. Delicious. BTW, Mr. Cosby seems to have mispelled delicious.
    It’s missing an i. Love you guys.

  22. Did Leigh edit this video because the editing is super awesome and different…not that the normal SimonandMartina editing was bad… -insertfootinmouth-

  23. 막걸리 (makgeolli) is delicious, but like you wrote in the blog post, it does indeed give you THE WORST HANGOVER EVER!!!!!! I also love makgeolli so I drink it with friends often, but never too much… oh, the crushing pain the next morning… it is something that I never want to experience EVER again. You should try different flavored makgeollis! There are all sorts of different flavors, like 복분자 (korean black raspberry), 유자 (yuzu), 벌꿀 (honey), and so much more! My favorite is 유자 (yuzu) :)

  24. haha that last part was great
    “if you don’t mind I’m going to eat all your blood jello”
    super cute face.

  25. Did the soup help with your hangover? You never told us haha

  26. changeseverydamntime

    To answer the question posed getting totally fucked is one of the simple pleasures of life. Nothing quite like the fun you have when you’re trashed; it’s one of those things that can lead a simple night out into a messy messy experience. Nothing quite like going out in the evening for a couple of drinks but instead you end up stumbling home at around 9am the next day.

    It’s not an excuse for anything that you’ve listed though, let’s get that right. I am British and we may use alcohol as a way to make friends, speak our minds on certain subjects, be social or funny and what have you. People who make out with or have sex with random people when drunk are the people who want to do that when sober but know it would be frowned upon. It’s a good way to get what they want with less judgement from people they know. Noticeably it’s mostly women who play the “horny” drunk and that’s because society generally still treats women who want to have responsible, consensual sex with different partners as being slutty. It’s their way of making it okay to have sex when they are single and horny.

    Rape is a whole different ball game. Nobody violent rapes just because they were drunk; they do it because they are assholes. People may cross the lines in terms of getting proper consent for sexual activity. But this is an issue in modern society for sober people just as much as drunk ones; the old (not good enough) adage of No means No and the blame culture surrounding rape victims means the education men get on the matter isn’t sufficient.

    If you’re generally a good person when sober that should carry over into drunkenness You just get louder, more confident, louder, in your own head funnier and sometimes more lairy. You’ll know if you’re a horrible drunk, friends should tell you and you should reconsider drinking so much until you sort through your issues (because if you have any underlying issues they tend to rise up to the surface when you’re drunk and much less guarded).

    Long long post because I really love alcohol and allow myself the occasional excessive indulgence (big casual drugs fan too, but that’s a whole different story). I just think your opener about responsible drinking was a bit of a lame P.S.A, a bit judgmental and also not very accurate. More of a generalisation based purely on anecdotal experience. Things are rarely that simple. A short we don’t like to drink too much or we only drink to the point of being tipsy would’ve been better.

  27. Eliane S

    I loved the editing in this video! Really cute – whose idea was it?

  28. Jessica-Robyn

    I don’t think I would ever be able to eat this. I know it’s just mind over matter! I know food can taste delicious no matter what’s in it, but I don’t think I’d be able to get past the whole blood thing. Maybe if I didn’t know what was in it? :o

  29. Chewy Sadness LOLOLOLOL

    ahh that made me appreciate the Boston Creme donut I was eating
    Tim Hortons should open up in Seoul
    put all those fake bakeries out of business!
    Korean bakeries… why you put corn and mayo on EVERYTHING?

  30. The EYK intern should fill in for Martina all next week it would be something new and then simon wont be so sad anymore

  31. michiehaha87

    One thing I have to say is, stomach lining is amazingly delicious!! XD We have something called Sopa de Pata – which basically has everything, and I mean everything of the cow in it and its so freaking delicious! :0 – When Simon described that fuzzy lining MAN my mouth watered xD argh!. It made me want to fly back home to eat some, as the US version of the soup is usually watered down too much, and it doesnt have enough stomach!! *sniff* :0

  32. JeParleFrancais

    You guys talk about Gelato a lot, but was there ever a FAPFAP for where you find the best gelato in Korea?

  33. stardustyuri

    fyi, 감자탕 isn’t potato. 감자 is spelled the same way in Korean but the Chinese characters are different. It’s for a specific piece of meat, hence the meat & potato-less soup that’s called “potato” soup. :]

  34. Keri C.
    Keri C.

    i think the so called liver is actually dried cow blood. Chinese people eat dried pig blood congee before.

  35. OMOMOMO. I love your glasses, Simon! I keep coveting them, thinking about buying some, but no company associated with Amazon’s SuperSaver Shipping yet has them! Ahhhhh! #1stworldproblems

    I… couldn’t look at the food porn for once. I don’t take in any kind of blood for religious reasons and the thought of consuming it is so… O_O It’s nice to learn what other cultures do, though. Wonder how many other Koreans stay away from the Hangover Soup, since the abstaining from blood is a biblical thing. *ponders* At least there are other options? LOL.

    That ginger tea sounds good. RAMYUN. Yummmm.

    Amused by your Korean vampire theories.

    • But even if staying away from blood is a biblical thing… Koreans usually partake of some form of buddhism/ korean confucianism so not all of them follow the bible or are christians…

      And actually not even all of us who do read and follow the bible go so strictly by it. I’m a Catholic Christian and even though I know the Book of Leviticus does have several laws that the Lord proclaimed to Moses (such as the one that said that if people drank blood they would be cast out of the community) I don’t see it as having to apply that law for myself. I find that the Lord’s message was useful back then because there were “heathen” practices that used blood as part of their ceremonies.

      Edit: thinking about it… I drink “blood” at least symbolically on a regular basis- every sunday for Mass I drink Jesus’s blood.

      all this to say that I love blood sausage and “cesos” which = brains. … wait a minute… SO that must mean I’m a vampire zombie!!! (if my pathology profs ever sees this post he’ll fail me lol he detests vampire AND Zombie AND ghosts… because as he said “once a cell dies it has suffered irreversible damage and can’t be “revived”- Either way I still love me a good vampire or zombie story)

      • Christians have so many divisions and faiths, if one thinks about it, though only one book! Ha ha ha. Countries that are primarily Christian appear to have different ways of integrating it into the original culture/religion, don’t you think? I believe ancient China did something similar w/ Hinduism to form Buddhism, and ancient Japan w/ Buddhism to form its own particular brand of it.

        Ah, yeah, If you’re a Christian many of the laws given to Moses are for the most part not necessary to follow anymore (the *animal sacrifices to obtain forgiveness of sins, for instance). What convinces me to stay away from blood though, is that the New Testament still mentions how sacred blood is, that it was important for animals to be bled properly before eating, etc. A few of the historical records out there mention Roman citizens giving the first Christians food w/ blood in it to mock them before sending them to the Colosseum to kill or be killed. *shudder*

        … goodness, off EYK topic this. But it stems from the subject? :P * a bit of a bible nerd, blush*

        My great-grandpa loooooved scrambled eggs and brains in the morning. Scarred my grandmother as a child, haha. In conclusion: braaaaaains O___O AHHHH

  36. So…this makgeolli story? This should be Simon’s solo TL;DR story…just because I’m super curious now.

    PS what does makgeolli taste like?

    PPS when I study abroad sometime next year at Sogang, can we hang out because that would be freaking awesome!

  37. why not use your intern to sub for Martina? and the best hang over cures is if you order blow fish(not the real fish) its like a tablets you put in water http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyBWqhVJND0

  38. LMFAO love it! this made my day. I think most noodle soups are amazing hangover cures, my favorite is the vietnamese noodle soup, PHO. You guys didn’t like the stomache pieces, those are my fav. But hecks yeah blood is awesome! Eat ‘em with some pepper sauce, mmm mm it definitely hits the spot…the bloopers were hilarious! IRONY….oh simon….we’ll miss you martina!

  39. lunibelle

    I love how it seems like being hung over is so natural in Korea that they actually make those remedy thingys :D I’ve never seen anything like that in Germany… but I’m never hungover so …

  40. 코알라

    I’m glad I don’t drink. Cow’s blood soup and apple juice soap flavored medicine does not sound delicious xD

  41. xochitl

    We have that (or something quite similar) in Argentina, It’s called “cazuela de mondongo”.I can’t even smell it. Let’s just say that is not my favourite food in the world.

  42. I really noticed a difference in the editing this week. I like it! It’s different in a good way. Do we have Leigh to thank? Keep up the awesome videos!
    And it’s okay Simon, the Nasties will be here to comfort you ;D

  43. I know what you mean by people suddenly changing into different people when they’re drunk. Alcohol brings down your barriers and brings out the person you’ve been hiding, sadly revealing the ugly truth. Btw, another great video ^ ^

  44. that irony joke….. killed me….. i’ve always enjoyed a corny joke way too much^^

  45. I’m really impressed that u guys are always attempting to try new foods even though u have no idea about them. Although I’m fully korean, there are korean foods that i can never look at or try, because it’ll make me sick. (The blood soup is one of them,haha, oh and those darn korean intestine foods :/) Kudos for your adventurous attitude!! :D

  46. Winifred Hwang

    I always thought it was so awful that Korea uses intoxication as a defense for rape cases. Alcohol lowers your inhibitions, makes you more reckless–chances are the guy who decides to brutally rape someone because he’s drunk wanted to do it while he was sober (he was just too cautious to). And even so being drunk doesn’t absolve someone of their actions ._.

  47. winterain

    oh gosh, I vaguely remember my elders (parents and above) loving the coagulated blood, never quite acquired the taste for it though. Sidenote: Not sure if Koreans have the same customs as the Chinese, but we try not to stick our chopsticks in the bowl, as they resemble food offered to the dead. Chopsticks are typically laid beside the bowl or across the dish.

  48. Don’t drink Makgeolli anymore? That’s why Korea has dongdongju! You had to have had a ton of it to get a ripping hangover. Makgeolli has about the same alcohol content as beer!

    I’ve also had my fair share of hangover cures and Haejangguk (which btw, also is great after extended outdoor physical activity in the cold, like a day of hard snowboarding).

    Seriously though, since some of my best memories in Korea are those gathered around a little table eating anju and drinking with friends, I was hoping you’d do an episode on how Korean bars like that work (from loud to quiet ones) and a survey of different alcoholic beverages from beer to bokbunjaju 복분자 (which I love) and even some flower wines.

    One the opposite end of the spectrum how about traditional Korean teas (like the one you had in this episode). Insadong has some *awesome* little traditional tea shops and would make for a super WANK.

  49. millie102685

    So next week it’s going to be: Sad Adventure Program For Alone Person? Or S.A.P.F.A.P?

  50. *stops reading at “gogo star”*

    *insert shrill fangirling scream*

    Did you take pictures? Did you take videos? How was the show? WHY HAVEN’T YOU INTERVIEWED THEM YETTTTT

    *regains senses*

    *continues reading/watching*

  51. I woke up at 3am and couldn’t go back to sleep and saw that you had posted this video. I watched it and have since watch it 2 more times. Glad that I don’t drink because there is no way I could stomach that soup. But to each his own. Once man’s blood soup is another man’s chicken soup.

  52. I really like the new editing things you guys are putting in. Yay interns!

  53. Note to myself: never watch FAPFAP right before lunch *so hungry*

    Those “Recover drinks” look kinda interesting, are they some kind of energy drink with taurine, caffeine, ginseng and guarana and all that wake-up-stuff?

  54. Nice coincidence! Friends and I went to a local Korean restaurant last week and one of the items on the menu was “뼈다귀해장국 [Big Bone Hang-over Soup]” and it was the only item on the menu that didn’t have a description! So we had no idea what was in it, but now I know! Next time I’ll see if I can convince one of my friends to try it.

    Did the soup actually help your hangover??

  55. Makgeoli + sprite or makgeoli + yoghurt (the tiny drinking ones in Korea) = worst hangover in the world
    The scary part is that makgeoli tastes smooth and non-alchoholic, so you don’t feel drunk until you’re too drunk haha

  56. 1. I totally agree with your side notes. I am also one of responsible drinkers. I do not want to do something that I would never do while sober. I don’t binge drink.

    2. Why have u never met young people eating hangover soup? My friends do. In their case, they like eating 감자탕 or Vietnamese noodle a.k.a. 쌀국수. Side note: I almost never had hangover. I don’t drink too much.

    3. 막걸리- is a demon. It leads to severe hangover (or headache). You should be careful when u try it. But, it is also a charming beverage.

    4. If u have a chance, try 백세주. It may taste something different from the alcohol you have tried so far.

  57. Ooh so curious with that blood coagulated thing. Filipinos have a dish that’s like blood soup and it’s dark. I now want to try blood in solid form woo! And I love Martina’s happy dance in the end :)

  58. Omg, Irony XD That must be one of the lamest jokes so far, but it made me laugh a lot XD

  59. chonshae47

    LOL the fuzzy thing is stomach! It’s one of 4 stomachs of a cow and it’s called tripe ^^. It’s actually delish! It’s one of my fave foods here in PH (it’s really popular here to esp with Kare-Kare ^^v)

  60. Its still snowing

    Awww! Hang overs sucks, never the best way to wake up when you had a good time last night! I’ve had menudo, which is supposedly a great remedy to cure your hang over~. Its almost the same as this, except it doesn’t have beef blood. It mostly has beef stomach, chili pepper, lime, onions and cilantro, nice and spicy! ( I cant remember the other ingredients, dang it ). I heard some people like to add pigs feet, but I haven’t tried it that way. I like it~ but that’s prolly cause I grew up eating different body parts of the animal when I was little = 7 =’

  61. Yummy… blood cake soup… xD;;

    I don’t know if it’s the correct term, but yeah, I’ve heard them referred to as “blood cakes.” I notice them more while I’m cooking chicken drumsticks, and it comes out at the larger end at the joint.

    I have mostly been buzzed but have been drunk once, during my town’s Halloween event, and it was due to me trying not to waste my drink (a Zombie while dressed as a zombie, WHAT?!). So I kind of sipped it down like crazy, and I became way too aware that I was drunk and kept talking weirdly to my friends about it. xD It wasn’t that bad – I could walk just fine, but I know that I would not want to go anywhere past that point. I agree, I can’t imagine *wanting* to get black out drunk. > .<

  62. I asked my mom(who’s Korean) and apparently, the blood is already solid before they cook it because I’m guessing it coagulates and it’s cooked inside the broth for two hours and voila! Blood soup :D

  63. Martina’s happy dance for the blood jello at the end was hilarious and cute. So that soup must be an acquired taste as only 40+ eat it… like brussel sprouts for me. It took me years to be able to appreciate them :P Simon, you’ll get through next week, the Nasties will help you (insert group hug here).

  64. lumierenoire

    Hehe blood jello? I see that sold every now and then in Asian supermarkets or butcher shops here in the Bay Area. I’m used to the sight of it, but I’ve never tried it. My mom thinks I’m weird for not wanting to try it xD

  65. I wish the US had hangover remedies, because all the ones I’ve tried didn’t help. Although, I’m not sure I could handle the porous things… they creep me out so badly (which is funny, since I am totally fine with EVERYTHING else, and I mean everything. Food and otherwise), they give me the heeby-jeebies!

  66. .__. but…I love beef stomach (tripe)

  67. Marta_Loves_Spudgy

    Really loved the editing in this video. (Wow) Fantastic (elastic) (baby) job!! Feel better Martina!!

  68. Kathyfish

    I don’t really like the blood tofu myself thought my sister LOVES it. Though truth is I only tired it when I was really small and don’t even remember how it tastes, I know I like a lot of things I didn’t like before so maybe I’ll give it a try later. But onto the tripe (the white stuff that’s the inside of a cow’s stomach) I seriously don’t know what your talking about. I usually have it in hot pot and really enjoy it, it doesn’t really have much a taste and I just like it for it’s texture. Maybe it’s the fact that yours was prepared in the soup, but I’ve had it in boiled water, chicken broth, and spicy hot pot base and liked in all the forms.

  69. I wish I could try something like this without getting grossed out. My stomach hurts thinking about eating congealed blood. I had a friend try to get me to eat it, but she told me before I took a bite. I’ll try lots of animals, possibly lost of different meats like organs, but I draw the line at eating blood I guess. :{

  70. Kasia Wiśniewska

    ‘fuzzy stomach pieces’ ;) it reminds me of a polish soup with those, it’s called ‘flaki’ and it’s also popular as a hangover soup… i hate it, my parents love it, maby when i’ll be over 40 i’ll understand why.

  71. The “blood jello” is actually congealed blood and it’s actually called “blood tofu”. Apparently it’s really nutritious… I’m Chinese so I ate it growing up..

  72. why was this fapfap under music mondays?! i was so confused at first

  73. LOL. This is in the Music Mondays section, guys~ (Gonna take a look at this in the morning when I’m not on codeine, yay~)

  74. I have a feeling I know what day this was haha

  75. Soshiloveable

    lol anyone remembers martina gettting her 1st hangover on bday…XD this is the 2nd hangover

  76. I was taking a sip of Cocoa (its freezing here in MN) when you said the “fuzzy thing” tasted like sad, you almost had to buy me a new monitor!

  77. First time I’ve watched this not long after you’ve posted it!
    I think I stayed up too late.

    From what I recall in Korea my young Korean friends had a bunch of different kinds of spicy soups as a ‘hangover soup’ not the cow’s blood soup. But I could be totally wrong and us foreigners (i was in a group of 14) had it all wrong!! I’unno though. I never got hung over because I hardly drank while I was over there.

  78. Liliana

    Oh poor Martina, unfortunately I know how that feels *cough*. Well what I WAS recommended, hate that you can’t really do sarcasm typing, to do when you have a hangover is to drink a cold cold gatorade/sports drink and take headache medicine. What my mexican family recommend is to eat a spicy soup call menudo (is a traditional Mexican soup made with beef stomach in a clear broth or with a red chili base). Also for some reason my uncles recommended to have a cold beer or what ever beer you were drinking when you have a hangover. Me personally when I have a hangover I don’t even want to see beer. Anyways…. Get better Martina and Simon be nice to her :-)

  79. I always thought people who spoiled the first post by saying ‘FIRST POST” didnt grasp the opportunity given to them… i just spent the last few minutes holding myself back from saying ‘FIRST POST!”… and lost my opportunity at the first post.

    Tragedy.

    Speaking of opportunity, you two definitely seized the opportunity in trying hangover remedies, now thats dedication to the job! Even if the hangover part wasn’t intentional, sticking with it to make a video about it is commendable.

  80. hapagirl
    hapagirl

    Wait, so does this mean Martina left already for the funeral?

  81. Michael

    martina do you eat rice now? weren’t you on a diet to to lose weight

  82. rollrofl

    And after the soup, Simon & Martina turned into Mordney Present and Mordina Present. LOL

  83. Tripe and stomach lining are soooo good! What’s wrong with your tongues? Your taste buds are actually taste enemies.

  84. Irishdays

    lolll loved the “one of these people is not hungover… Can you guess which one is NOT hungover?” song lollll

  85. lol wasn’t it Simon’s bday weekend? He should be the one hungover lol

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