Alexander Verge, 18 A bottle of snake blood - seriously! In Malaysia, where I lived for several years, it's a favourite delicacy so I grew up drinking litres of it. It gives you the energy of 50 men and it tastes fantastic! Becky Wong, 15 Churro, a deep-fried pastry with a crunchy, golden-brown exterior. The surface is often dusted with sugar or cinnamon. Originally from Spain, I ate my first one in Australia. I haven't found one in Hong Kong yet and I miss it! Christy Leung, 14 Seasoned seaweed - it's convenient, crispy and really tasty. What's more, it's rich in iodine and can help prevent mineral deficiency diseases, keeping you healthy. Danielle Wong, 15 Tim Tam biscuits and Skittles. Tim Tams are chocolatey and so sweet they're addictive. And Skittles' new Wild Berry flavour is my new favourite. Jonathan Tam, 16 Oreos. Not the new chocolate-flavoured Oreos, but the original ones. You have to dip Oreos in milk and let them melt in your mouth. Every day before school, I buy a packet to eat in the morning - it keeps me full till lunch. Kamil Butt, 15 Junk food. The best food in the world, because it makes me so happy. From yummy chocolate to mouth-watering crisps in a variety of flavours, I can't resist it! I didn't grow up with junk food, so I have my friends to blame for this unhealthy addiction. Savannah Betts, 16 Definitely chocolate. I just love it. It may not the healthiest snack on Earth, but it prompts your body to produce endorphins, or happy hormones. Whenever I need a pick-me-up, I know chocolate will help. Katrina Weiss, 16 I love chocolate, but more often I crave more salty snacks - especially potato wedges. Nothing's better than a hot potato wedge: soft inside and crisp on the outside, lightly sprinkled with salt and paprika. Homemade, they're also relatively healthy - better than fries, anyway!