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    Man ate frogs, rats for bellyaches

    40 years of ingesting live critters prevented his intestinal ills, paper reports

    A man in southeast China says 40 years of swallowing tree frogs and rats live has helped him avoid intestinal complaints and made him strong.

    Jiang Musheng, a 66-year-old resident of Jiangxi province, suffered from frequent abdominal pains and coughing from the age of 26, until an old man called Yang Dingcai suggested tree frogs as a remedy, the Beijing News said on Tuesday.

    “At first, Jiang Musheng did not dare to eat a live, wriggling frog, but after seeing Yang Dingcai swallow one, he ate ... two without a thought,” the paper said.

    “After a month of eating live frogs, his stomach pains and coughing were completely gone.”

    Over the years Jiang had added live mice, baby rats and green frogs to his diet, and had once eaten 20 mice in a single day, the paper said.

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    Re: Man ate frogs, rats for bellyaches

    This dude could definately drink the Beast. And not the wimpy light stuff either.


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    Re: Man ate frogs, rats for bellyaches

    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    40 years of ingesting live critters prevented his intestinal ills, paper reports

    A man in southeast China says 40 years of swallowing tree frogs and rats live has helped him avoid intestinal complaints and made him strong.

    Jiang Musheng, a 66-year-old resident of Jiangxi province, suffered from frequent abdominal pains and coughing from the age of 26, until an old man called Yang Dingcai suggested tree frogs as a remedy, the Beijing News said on Tuesday.

    “At first, Jiang Musheng did not dare to eat a live, wriggling frog, but after seeing Yang Dingcai swallow one, he ate ... two without a thought,” the paper said.

    “After a month of eating live frogs, his stomach pains and coughing were completely gone.”

    Over the years Jiang had added live mice, baby rats and green frogs to his diet, and had once eaten 20 mice in a single day, the paper said.

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/19050203/from/RS.2/
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    Re: Man ate frogs, rats for bellyaches

    This dude could definately drink the Beast. And not the wimpy light stuff either
    The light tastes like water which I highly enjoy!

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    Re: Man ate frogs, rats for bellyaches

    This dude should be drinking Everclear...... or any other fossil fuels. man this guy is either insane or just happends to want a high threshold of pain. you imagien trying to party with a guy like this?
    He would entertaining to keep around.

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    Re: Man ate frogs, rats for bellyaches

    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    40 years of ingesting live critters prevented his intestinal ills, paper reports

    A man in southeast China says 40 years of swallowing tree frogs and rats live has helped him avoid intestinal complaints and made him strong.

    Jiang Musheng, a 66-year-old resident of Jiangxi province, suffered from frequent abdominal pains and coughing from the age of 26, until an old man called Yang Dingcai suggested tree frogs as a remedy, the Beijing News said on Tuesday.

    “At first, Jiang Musheng did not dare to eat a live, wriggling frog, but after seeing Yang Dingcai swallow one, he ate ... two without a thought,” the paper said.

    “After a month of eating live frogs, his stomach pains and coughing were completely gone.”

    Over the years Jiang had added live mice, baby rats and green frogs to his diet, and had once eaten 20 mice in a single day, the paper said.

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/19050203/from/RS.2/
    wow maybe I should try this


    I got abdominal pain also and its getting annoying. But this is just too sick for me.

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    Re: Man ate frogs, rats for bellyaches

    “After a month of eating live frogs, his stomach pains and coughing were completely gone.”
    I'm surprised he didn't croak.

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