samzenpus from the you-keep-using-that-word-I-do-not-think-it-means-what-you-think-it-means dept.
Damien1972 writes "Its taste has been described between a delicious custard and old gym socks, but the durian fruit is considered a delicacy in much of Southeast Asia. Still, even durian lovers may be uncomfortable with the idea of eating the fruit after it has been consumed and expelled by a wild Asian elephant. But according to the New Straits Times, wealthy businessmen are willing to pay over $300 for a sample of elephant-ingested durian, which they believe acts as an aphrodisiac."
Loan-department manager: "There isn't any fine print. At these
interest rates, we don't need it."