A food or drink that is regarded as a delicacy in its home country but which tourists or travellers find exotically awful when they first try it
This sheep's eyeball is forrible'. 'I've never tried goat's testicles before; they are distinctly forrible'. 'Many vistors find durian forrible when they first smell it, but most get to like the taste'. 'Some Americans who come to Scotland consider Haggis a forrible dish'. 'Why do the English like warm beer? It's so forrible.
by Mentalman101 June 16, 2011