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9th Jun '16 7:35:05 PM nombretomado
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* ''SamuraiJack'':

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4th Jun '16 4:00:16 PM nombretomado
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* Subverted in an AbleTeam novel. Carl Lyons is in Guatemala and is eating a tortilla stuffed with meat when the man with him says with a grin: "I didn't think you'd like pig guts." Carl just looks at his meal and says, "I didn't think I'd like it either" and then goes on eating.

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* Subverted in an AbleTeam Literature/AbleTeam novel. Carl Lyons is in Guatemala and is eating a tortilla stuffed with meat when the man with him says with a grin: "I didn't think you'd like pig guts." Carl just looks at his meal and says, "I didn't think I'd like it either" and then goes on eating.
28th May '16 9:13:51 AM Pinokio
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* ''The Private Eyes'': Mr. Uwatsum, a [[AsianSpeekeeEngrish strange Japanese man]], offers the inspectors fish eyes and hummingbird cookies.
8th May '16 7:55:02 PM PaulA
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* In Creator/AnneMcCaffrey's ''Literature/DeathOfSleep'', the vegan protagonist is undone when she realizes an hors d'oeuvre she's been enjoying actually contains meat.

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* In Creator/AnneMcCaffrey's ''Literature/DeathOfSleep'', ''Literature/TheDeathOfSleep'', the vegan protagonist is undone when she realizes an hors d'oeuvre she's been enjoying actually contains meat.
8th May '16 7:39:19 PM PaulA
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* In AnneMcCaffrey's ''Death of Sleep''. The vegan protagonist is undone when she realizes an hors d'oeuvre she's been enjoying actually contains meat.

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* In AnneMcCaffrey's ''Death of Sleep''. The Creator/AnneMcCaffrey's ''Literature/DeathOfSleep'', the vegan protagonist is undone when she realizes an hors d'oeuvre she's been enjoying actually contains meat.
21st Apr '16 2:21:39 AM LondonKdS
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* In ''ComicBook/AmericanBornChinese'', the horrible Chinese caricature Chin-Kee eats fried cat gizzards, to the disgust of the other students at school. Cats (being mammals) don't actually ''have'' gizzards, but the mistake wasn't Gene Luen Yang's - the phrase was used as a TakeThat to a notorious anti-Chinese cartoon by the famous political cartoonist [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pat_Oliphant Pat Oliphant]].

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* In ''ComicBook/AmericanBornChinese'', the horrible Chinese caricature Chin-Kee eats fried cat gizzards, to the disgust of the other students at school. Cats (being mammals) don't actually ''have'' gizzards, but the mistake wasn't Gene Luen Yang's - the phrase was used as a TakeThat to a [[https://youngadultliterature.wordpress.com/2011/11/14/stereotypes-in-american-born-chinese/ notorious anti-Chinese cartoon cartoon]] by the famous US political cartoonist [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pat_Oliphant Pat Oliphant]].
20th Apr '16 4:06:14 AM LondonKdS
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* In ''ComicBook/AmericanBornChinese'', the horrible Chinese caricature Chin-Kee eats fried cat gizzards, to the disgust of the other students at school. Cats (being mammals) don't actually ''have'' gizzards, but it's a take that to a racist comic by famous political cartoonist [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pat_Oliphant Pat Oliphant]].

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* In ''ComicBook/AmericanBornChinese'', the horrible Chinese caricature Chin-Kee eats fried cat gizzards, to the disgust of the other students at school. Cats (being mammals) don't actually ''have'' gizzards, but it's the mistake wasn't Gene Luen Yang's - the phrase was used as a take that TakeThat to a racist comic notorious anti-Chinese cartoon by the famous political cartoonist [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pat_Oliphant Pat Oliphant]].
11th Apr '16 12:24:48 PM Morgenthaler
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* {{Survivorman}}: what do you eat when you've had yourself dropped in the desert for a week? Ostrich eggs, scorpions, and millipedes. Same with ManVsWild.

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* {{Survivorman}}: ''Series/{{Survivorman}}'': what do you eat when you've had yourself dropped in the desert for a week? Ostrich eggs, scorpions, and millipedes. Same with ManVsWild.



* Richard Hammond usually suffers from this whenever ''TopGear'' goes on an overseas trip. He wasn't interested in the snakes offered for dinner in Vietnam, and was less than pleased with the lamb brain, testicles, and entire head that were ordered in a restaurant in Syria. Almost all food is like this to Hammond who likes very plain food, or [[{{Kayfabe}} at least that's how it appears on the show]]. [[ExtremeOmnivore Extreme Omnivores]] Jeremy Clarkson and James May will usually take advantage of the situation to torment him.

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* Richard Hammond usually suffers from this whenever ''TopGear'' ''Series/TopGear'' goes on an overseas trip. He wasn't interested in the snakes offered for dinner in Vietnam, and was less than pleased with the lamb brain, testicles, and entire head that were ordered in a restaurant in Syria. Almost all food is like this to Hammond who likes very plain food, or [[{{Kayfabe}} at least that's how it appears on the show]]. [[ExtremeOmnivore Extreme Omnivores]] Jeremy Clarkson and James May will usually take advantage of the situation to torment him.
19th Mar '16 9:34:18 AM Gitman
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* Creator/MichaelPollan is a journalist who has written extensively about food culture. In his book ''{{Literature/Cooked}},'' he notes that almost all cultures all across the world have their own kinds of fermented foods that people from other cultures find disgusting. In Korea, for example, they eat a form of fermented cabbage called ''kimchi,'' with a strong smell that westerners are put off by, but they find western stinky cheeses revolting. Pollan suggests that it's part of cultural identity to have foods that no one not raised in the culture can stomach.

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* Creator/MichaelPollan is a journalist who has written extensively about food culture. In his book ''{{Literature/Cooked}},'' he notes that almost all cultures all across the world have their own kinds of fermented foods that people from other cultures find disgusting. In Korea, for example, they eat a form of fermented cabbage called ''kimchi,'' with a strong smell that westerners are put off by, but they by. Koreans in turn find western stinky cheeses revolting. Pollan suggests that it's part of cultural identity to have foods that no one not raised in the culture can stomach.
19th Mar '16 9:32:47 AM Gitman
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* Creator/MichaelPollan is a journalist who has written extensively about food culture. In his book ''{{Literature/Cooked}},'' he notes that almost all cultures all across the world have their own kinds of fermented foods that people from other cultures find disgusting. In Korea, for example, they eat a form of fermented cabbage called ''kimchi,'' with a strong smell that westerners are put off by, but they find western stinky cheeses revolting. Pollan suggests that it's part of cultural identity to have foods that no one not raised in the culture can stomach.
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