Ok, I have to admit that there have been some disgusting things in my mouth.
(I'll just wait for you to pick your mind back up out of the gutter before I continue.)
I've eaten dirt; I've almost swallowed an insect; I've even had a shot of soy sauce straight from Green Valley's Golden King 2000, which most locals will know is an impressive feat considering it has been sitting on the tables there for at least 20 years, and has the consistency of tar.
But this is by far the worst thing I've ever tasted:
It's called Uncle Chin's chicken rice. I don't know who Uncle Chin is or why he's cooking my food, but he is clearly a sadist. The "chicken" was dry and had the texture of overdone pork, while still retaining the chewiness under the skin that is undercooked fat. The rice disintegrated at the slightest touch. We were on a 10 hour flight with a 5 hour stop over.
I ordered some pringles and ribena and decided to eat at the KL airport.
I had always thought people complaining about plane food were just exaggerating - I'd only ever flown Qantas and Virgin, and the food was pretty decent. I was wrong.
Well, thank you AirAsia for proving the myth of Plane Food true. Anything you can do about Loch Ness?
Share your worst plane food stories below, so I can feel better with the fact that people are in the same boat - er, plane.