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7th Sep '17 7:47:01 PM Griffonmender
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* In ''Film/TheatreOfBlood'', where a Shakespearean ham murders his credits according to the play, one CampGay critic with two beloved poodles has a murder with a ''Theatre/TitusAndronicus'' theme. Take a guess what's in the pies they force feed him.

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* In ''Film/TheatreOfBlood'', where a Shakespearean ham murders his credits critics according to the play, one CampGay critic with two beloved poodles has a murder with a ''Theatre/TitusAndronicus'' theme. Take a guess what's in the pies they force feed him.
2nd Sep '17 8:59:34 PM Sharlee
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** The Droods' kitchens offer a bewildering selection of foods, whether foreign, other-worldly, or fantastical. Even the winged unicorns from the family stables get butchered for meat once they die of natural causes, and some meat dishes are temporarily animated as zombies so they can march onto the diners' plates all by themselves. (Eddie does admit ''that'' part's not to everyone's taste.) The Droods aren't exactly ''evil'', but they are definitely '''not''' sentimental or squeamish.

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** The Droods' kitchens offer a bewildering selection of foods, whether foreign, other-worldly, foreign or fantastical. Even the fantastical, and some are more than a little disturbing. The winged unicorns from the family stables get butchered for meat once they die of natural causes, and some meat dishes are temporarily animated as zombies so they can march onto the diners' plates all by themselves. (Eddie does admit ''that'' part's not to everyone's taste.) The Droods aren't exactly ''evil'', but they are definitely '''not''' sentimental or squeamish.
2nd Sep '17 8:56:40 PM Sharlee
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** The Droods' kitchens offer a bewildering selection of foods, whether foreign, other-worldly, or fantastical. Even the winged unicorns from the family stables get butchered for meat once they die of natural causes, and some meat dishes are temporarily animated as zombies so they can march onto the diners' plates all by themselves. (Eddie does admit ''that'' part's not to everyone's taste.) The Droods aren't exactly ''evil'', but they are definitely '''not''' sentimental.

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** The Droods' kitchens offer a bewildering selection of foods, whether foreign, other-worldly, or fantastical. Even the winged unicorns from the family stables get butchered for meat once they die of natural causes, and some meat dishes are temporarily animated as zombies so they can march onto the diners' plates all by themselves. (Eddie does admit ''that'' part's not to everyone's taste.) The Droods aren't exactly ''evil'', but they are definitely '''not''' sentimental.sentimental or squeamish.
2nd Sep '17 8:56:04 PM Sharlee
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** The Droods' kitchens offer a bewildering selection of foods, whether foreign, other-worldly, or fantastical. Even the winged unicorns from the family stables get butchered for meat once they die of natural causes, and some meat dishes are temporarily animated as zombies so they can march onto the diners' plates all by themselves. (Eddie does admit ''that'' part's not to everyone's taste.)

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** The Droods' kitchens offer a bewildering selection of foods, whether foreign, other-worldly, or fantastical. Even the winged unicorns from the family stables get butchered for meat once they die of natural causes, and some meat dishes are temporarily animated as zombies so they can march onto the diners' plates all by themselves. (Eddie does admit ''that'' part's not to everyone's taste.)) The Droods aren't exactly ''evil'', but they are definitely '''not''' sentimental.
2nd Sep '17 8:54:52 PM Sharlee
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* Rick's, a restaurant in the {{Literature/Nightside}}, specializing in meals made from extinct or imaginary animals. Not as bad as most examples, as the Nightside is a nexus for hundreds of alternate and fantastic worlds, so Rick can presumably procure his meats from worlds where the animals in question are abundant.

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Rick's, a restaurant in the {{Literature/Nightside}}, specializing in meals made from extinct or imaginary animals. Not as bad as most examples, as the Nightside is a nexus for hundreds of alternate and fantastic worlds, so Rick can presumably procure his meats from worlds where the animals in question are abundant.abundant.
** The Droods' kitchens offer a bewildering selection of foods, whether foreign, other-worldly, or fantastical. Even the winged unicorns from the family stables get butchered for meat once they die of natural causes, and some meat dishes are temporarily animated as zombies so they can march onto the diners' plates all by themselves. (Eddie does admit ''that'' part's not to everyone's taste.)
24th Aug '17 3:18:54 AM Sharlee
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* In the film ''The Freshman'' (not [[Film/TheFreshman that one]]) with Matthew Broderick and Marlon Brando, the evil, jaded rich people regularly dined on endangered animals as a thrill. [[spoiler: Or at least, they ''thought'' what they were eating were endangered animals; turns out that although the exotic creatures are displayed alive before the diners, it's plain o' chicken that actually gets cooked.]]

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* In the film ''The Freshman'' (not [[Film/TheFreshman that one]]) with Matthew Broderick and Marlon Brando, the evil, jaded rich people regularly dined on endangered animals as a thrill. [[spoiler: Or at least, they ''thought'' what they were eating were endangered animals; turns out that although the exotic creatures are displayed alive before the diners, diners prior to each banquet, it's plain o' chicken that actually gets cooked.]]
21st Mar '17 6:31:19 PM nombretomado
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* Rick's, a restaurant in the {{Nightside}}, specializing in meals made from extinct or imaginary animals. Not as bad as most examples, as the Nightside is a nexus for hundreds of alternate and fantastic worlds, so Rick can presumably procure his meats from worlds where the animals in question are abundant.

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* Rick's, a restaurant in the {{Nightside}}, {{Literature/Nightside}}, specializing in meals made from extinct or imaginary animals. Not as bad as most examples, as the Nightside is a nexus for hundreds of alternate and fantastic worlds, so Rick can presumably procure his meats from worlds where the animals in question are abundant.
8th Jan '17 1:00:09 PM nombretomado
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* The futuristic setting of ''{{Transmetropolitan}}'' allows for many (usually vat-grown) delicacies such as caribou eyes or "Leg of Bastard" (that is, human). Some [[ImAHumanitarian humanitarians]] prefer to save money by catching door-to-door political canvassers or other easy prey.

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* The futuristic setting of ''{{Transmetropolitan}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Transmetropolitan}}'' allows for many (usually vat-grown) delicacies such as caribou eyes or "Leg of Bastard" (that is, human). Some [[ImAHumanitarian humanitarians]] prefer to save money by catching door-to-door political canvassers or other easy prey.
29th Dec '16 11:06:36 AM nombretomado
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* The DavidLynch film adaptation of ''Film/{{Dune}}'' had an inexplicable throwaway scene of Rabban crushing a live mouse in a small device and then drinking the resulting mess with a straw. Yes, the man is generally referred to as "The Beast Rabban", but still.... ''subtle'', Lynch.

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* The DavidLynch Creator/DavidLynch film adaptation of ''Film/{{Dune}}'' had an inexplicable throwaway scene of Rabban crushing a live mouse in a small device and then drinking the resulting mess with a straw. Yes, the man is generally referred to as "The Beast Rabban", but still.... ''subtle'', Lynch.
24th Sep '16 4:20:22 AM Morgenthaler
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* It's not unheard of for the more extreme members of Ashwood Abbey from ''HunterTheVigil'' to eat, drink the blood of, or [[MainliningTheMonster make drugs out of]] supernatural creatures.

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* It's not unheard of for the more extreme members of Ashwood Abbey from ''HunterTheVigil'' ''TabletopGame/HunterTheVigil'' to eat, drink the blood of, or [[MainliningTheMonster make drugs out of]] supernatural creatures.
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