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12th Feb '18 3:41:06 PM Monolaf317
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-v_D0SXfIk "Just Eat It"]] by Whale Island (鯨魚島樂隊).
1st Jan '18 11:43:40 PM PsiPaula4
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[[BigFun Jolly la]][[BoisterousBruiser rge characters]], [[ExtremeOmnivore Extreme Omnivores]] and [[PersonalityPowers people with eating related powers]] tend to be Big Eaters by default. The FatComicRelief is a very common form of BigEater. However the best examples are people who will eat anything and everything, and are still very small.

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[[BigFun Jolly la]][[BoisterousBruiser rge characters]], [[ExtremeOmnivore Extreme Omnivores]] and [[PersonalityPowers people with eating related powers]] tend to be Big Eaters by default. The Large characters, such as the BigFun and BoisterousBruiser, tend to be this trope. In fact, the FatComicRelief is almost always a very common form of BigEater. However Big Eater. However, Big Eaters who remain thin despite their habits are considered the best examples are people who will eat anything and everything, and are still very small.
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31st May '17 1:26:47 PM FarseerLolotea
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* In the JonathanCoulton song "Big Dick Farts a Polka," the titular professional {{Gasshole}}:

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* In the JonathanCoulton Music/JonathanCoulton song "Big Dick Farts a Polka," the titular professional {{Gasshole}}:
31st May '17 1:25:55 PM FarseerLolotea
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* In the JonathanCoulton song "Big Dick Farts a Polka," the titular professional {{Gasshole}}:
-->Now, Big Dick started dinner with some cabbage and some greens,
-->Some broccoli, a pair of turkey legs,
-->Some jalapeño poppers and a tub of kidney beans,
-->Several liters of cream soda and a dozen deviled eggs.
3rd Apr '17 9:39:59 AM Monolaf317
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11th Jan '17 9:35:08 PM TommyTiger
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->'''Another Character:''' ''Breathing'' makes you hungry.

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->'''Another Character:''' Character, Preferably a DeadpanSnarker:''' ''Breathing'' makes you hungry.
29th Nov '16 11:11:29 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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In comics and manga it's become common to make a [[TheComicallySerious Comically Serious]] character or {{Badass}} a Big Eater as a way to add a humorous quirk that doesn't take away from the character's seriousness. A common justification for a female big eater is that all the fat goes straight to her [[MostCommonSuperpower breasts]]. Consequently, female characters with big boobs are often big eaters. Occasionally they have BizarreTasteInFood or are ObsessedWithFood when not eating.

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In comics and manga it's become common to make a [[TheComicallySerious Comically Serious]] character or {{Badass}} badass a Big Eater as a way to add a humorous quirk that doesn't take away from the character's seriousness. A common justification for a female big eater is that all the fat goes straight to her [[MostCommonSuperpower breasts]]. Consequently, female characters with big boobs are often big eaters. Occasionally they have BizarreTasteInFood or are ObsessedWithFood when not eating.
12th Sep '16 9:39:07 PM FarseerLolotea
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* In the Kinsey Sicks song "Don't Reign In My Buffet" Rachel almost leaves the show she's performing to go chow down at the buffet in the casino next door.

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* In the Kinsey Sicks song "Don't Reign In Rein in My Buffet" Rachel almost leaves the show she's performing to go chow down at the buffet in the casino next door.
20th Aug '16 10:48:14 AM Generality
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Characterization wise it can also be used to fulfill the needs of many RequiredSecondaryPowers adding depth to a trait commonly dismissed as a comedic quirk and make a character's abilities more believable. Characters with a HealingFactor, SuperSpeed, or the ability to [[VoluntaryShapeshifting change shape and size]], don't have to [[NoConservationOfEnergy flout]] the [[ShapeshifterBaggage laws of physics]], they can simply explain that the extra mass and energy come from their over the top eating binges. Magic users in general can use this trope and say that they cast from their calories, which would explain why mages are often rather thin characters (though obese wizards aren't unheard of).

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Characterization wise it can also be used to fulfill the needs of many RequiredSecondaryPowers adding depth to a trait commonly dismissed as a comedic quirk and make a character's abilities more believable. Characters with a HealingFactor, SuperSpeed, or the ability to [[VoluntaryShapeshifting change shape and size]], don't have to [[NoConservationOfEnergy flout]] the [[ShapeshifterBaggage laws of physics]], they can simply explain that the extra mass and energy come from their over the top eating binges. Magic users in general can use this trope and say that they [[CastFromCalories cast from their calories, calories]], which would explain why mages are often rather thin characters (though obese wizards aren't unheard of).
15th Aug '16 7:26:25 PM Monolaf317
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