I have eaten some things many people would find odd, exotic, well beyond the realm of their palate's comfort zone.
Eel. Sounds gross, tastes DELICIOUS.
Uni. Sounds gross. IS gross. Think licking the underside of a toilet seat. You know - where the splatter effect takes place and begins to congeal...
Alligator, snake, emu, octopus... have tried them all. Some are texturally challenging and I did not go back for seconds. Some were surprising, tasty, and worth a second or third bite
Squid. As calamari - cooked with a solid dipping sauce? I always loved that. But in its rawer forms, as it is served in some establishments throughout the world? Well, not so much.
Just ask a woman in Korea who got, literally, more than a mouthful when she bit into her delicacy.
The squid, only semi-boiled, decided to not leave this world without one last hurrah, as it were. He injected her mouth with its squirming sperm sacks. (Didn't even buy her nylons or flowers first. Just blowjob, BAM! Bastard.)
She felt a "pricking and foreign-body sensation" and ended up at the hospital where doctors found "twelve small, white spindle-shaped, bug-like organisms" in the mucous membranes of her tongue and cheek.
I'll pause while you, too, squirm.
She will be fine, but I think this answers the question for her future suitors from now on as to whether she spits or swallows...