Wisdom teeth extracted, bad swelling nearly 2 weeks after. This irsn't normal right?

Yes, you're right. The swelling should have been going down daily after the first day or two. You may have an infection. See your dentist as soon as possible for an evaluation and appropriate treatment.
No. If swelling is significant, you may have infection. You may also have a dry socket, which may not be infection, but what you would call abnormal healing. Smokers get these often. Food in the surgical site can also be irritating. You need to see the surgeon. They will assess and will likely clean out any debris and pack some medication into the area to help you heal normally.

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Wisdom teeth extracted two days ago, swelling and tasting something weird (pus). What do I do?

Follow up. Food can easily become lodged in the area where the wisdom tooth was removed. If this is associated with increased ache pain, it may be a dry socket infection developing. See your dentist if these symptoms don't get better. Read more...

Wisdom teeth extracted two days ago, swelling and tasting something weird. Could this be pus?

Follow up. Food can easily become lodged in the area where the wisdom tooth was removed. If this is associated with increased ache pain, it may be a dry socket infection developing. See your dentist if these symptoms don't get better. Read more...
See your surgeon. The pus is not likely, but first two days after surgery are generally the most uncomfortable and there is usually some swelling, pain and bad taste are common. However it is always good idea to see your surgeon for post -op evaluation. Good luck. Read more...