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26th Jun '17 8:05:19 PM legendaryweredragon
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* This often happens in ''WebVideo/React'''s [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL73YndQawY3MC79qrr7Oj7Cq_I2iQvJao People vs. Food]] videos, as they usually don't tell the people eating the food what it is until after they have tasted it. They have fed people things like brains, rocky mountain oysters (bull testicles), rattlesnake, shirako (fish semen), century eggs, tripe (cow stomach), and more weird foods. In one episode they fed them raw meat and then told them it was human meat, but this time they were just kidding, it was actually a mixture of other raw meats designed to taste like raw human, which is still disturbing.
25th Jun '17 4:28:55 AM Ccook1956
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* ''MontyPythonsFyingCircus''' "Live At Drury Lane" album has a skit about a cocktail bar that three businessmen frequent. Their choice of drinks--a special with a "twist of lemming," a "mallard fizz" (prepared by the bartender subduing and subsequently killing a duck) and "Harlem Stinger" (a black dishwasher gargling and spitting out the mixture into a glass)--all have the expected result. All three men run to the bathroom to throw up. The guy who ordered the mallard fizz is then asked if he'd care for a dog turd and tonic.

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* ''MontyPythonsFyingCircus''' ''MontyPythonsFlyingCircus''' "Live At Drury Lane" album has a skit about a cocktail bar that three businessmen frequent. Their choice of drinks--a special with a "twist of lemming," a "mallard fizz" (prepared by the bartender subduing and subsequently killing a duck) and "Harlem Stinger" (a black dishwasher gargling and spitting out the mixture into a glass)--all have the expected result. All three men run to the bathroom to throw up. The guy who ordered the mallard fizz is then asked if he'd care for a dog turd and tonic.
25th Jun '17 4:27:47 AM Ccook1956
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* ''MontyPythonsFkyingCircus''' "Live At Drury Lane" album has a skit about a cocktail bar that three businessmen frequent. Their choice of drinks--a special with a "twist of lemming," a "mallard fizz" (prepared by the bartender subduing and subsequently killing a duck) and "Harlem Stinger" (a black dishwasher gargling and spitting out the mixture into a glass)--all have the expected result. All three men run to the bathroom to throw up. The guy who ordered the mallard fizz is then asked if he'd care for a dog turd and tonic.

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* ''MontyPythonsFkyingCircus''' ''MontyPythonsFyingCircus''' "Live At Drury Lane" album has a skit about a cocktail bar that three businessmen frequent. Their choice of drinks--a special with a "twist of lemming," a "mallard fizz" (prepared by the bartender subduing and subsequently killing a duck) and "Harlem Stinger" (a black dishwasher gargling and spitting out the mixture into a glass)--all have the expected result. All three men run to the bathroom to throw up. The guy who ordered the mallard fizz is then asked if he'd care for a dog turd and tonic.
25th Jun '17 4:26:35 AM Ccook1956
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* ''MontyPythonsFkyingCircus''' "Live At Drury Lane" album has a skit about a cocktail bar that three businessmen frequent. Their choice of drinks--a special with a "twist of lemming," a "mallard fizz" (prepared by the bartender subduing and subsequently killing a duck) and "Harlem Stinger" (a black dishwasher gargling and spitting out the mixture into a glass)--all have the expected result. All three men run to the bathroom to throw up. The guy who ordered the mallard fizz is then asked if he'd care for a dog turd and tonic.
22nd Jun '17 12:41:26 PM Mooncalf
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* In ''Manga/{{NPC}}'', Galador the orc refrains from eating sapient creatures due to ethical reasons, and routinely hunts animals and monsters for food, such as the local werewolves. When he realizes that the captured werewolf is perfectly sapient, can talk, and has a ''name''... as was presumably the case with the ones he just ate, and have been eating for a while... well, bathroom calls. Ironically, his freeloading amazon "wife" has no concerns about the ethicality of it whatsoever.
21st Jun '17 4:27:38 PM LadyJaneGrey
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** In another, Garfield falls asleep and dreams he's in "the Land of Large Breakfasts" where he eats a giant pancake. He wakes up, and says it was a great dream... Then he turns around and exclaims, "Where's my blanket?!"
15th Jun '17 3:30:57 PM Anddrix
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* Mahiro from ''LightNovel/HaiyoreNyarkoSan'' ends up oddly GenreSavvy about this trope. His love interest Nyarko (and their mutual friend Luhy) are apparently good cooks, but being from outer space they use ingredients straight from Creator/HPLovecraft's kitchen; once Mahiro realizes this, he refuses to touch anything either of them makes. Notably, Nyarko isn't a bad chef at all; the few times Mahiro actually eats her meals (usually when he insists she stick to Earthly ingredients), he calls them delicious.

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* Mahiro from ''LightNovel/HaiyoreNyarkoSan'' ends up oddly GenreSavvy smart about this trope. His love interest Nyarko (and their mutual friend Luhy) are apparently good cooks, but being from outer space they use ingredients straight from Creator/HPLovecraft's kitchen; once Mahiro realizes this, he refuses to touch anything either of them makes. Notably, Nyarko isn't a bad chef at all; the few times Mahiro actually eats her meals (usually when he insists she stick to Earthly ingredients), he calls them delicious.



'''Jeff:''' ({{Beat}}) ''[[GenreSavvy Maybe.]]''\\

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'''Jeff:''' ({{Beat}}) ''[[GenreSavvy Maybe.]]''\\''Maybe.''\\



* In ''[[Film/TheNakedGun Naked Gun 33⅓]]'', [[PoliceAreUseless Frank]] goes to the crime lab where [[TheLabRat Ted]] has been examining the explosive used in the bombing their investigating. Frank [[SniffSniffNom dips his finger in the petrie dish on Ted's desk, tastes it, and begins to deduce what it tastes like,]] when Ted informs him that the petrie dish contains Fertilizer, evidance relating to a completely seperate case. Frank makes a "yuck" face and while Ted continues his monologue, Frank grabs a random beaker full of [[GenreSavvy yellow]] liquid off his desk to wash the taste out of his mouth with. In a double-whammy of this trope, Ted then takes the beaker off Frank's hands saying, "Let me take that urine specimen from you, Frank.", leading to the mandatory SpitTake.

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* In ''[[Film/TheNakedGun Naked Gun 33⅓]]'', [[PoliceAreUseless Frank]] goes to the crime lab where [[TheLabRat Ted]] has been examining the explosive used in the bombing their investigating. Frank [[SniffSniffNom dips his finger in the petrie dish on Ted's desk, tastes it, and begins to deduce what it tastes like,]] when Ted informs him that the petrie dish contains Fertilizer, evidance relating to a completely seperate case. Frank makes a "yuck" face and while Ted continues his monologue, Frank grabs a random beaker full of [[GenreSavvy yellow]] yellow liquid off his desk to wash the taste out of his mouth with. In a double-whammy of this trope, Ted then takes the beaker off Frank's hands saying, "Let me take that urine specimen from you, Frank.", leading to the mandatory SpitTake.
13th Jun '17 7:28:21 AM Piterpicher
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crFVwx_lae8 This hilarious moment]] from the GameShow ''ToTellTheTruth'' fits the letter of the law, if not the spirit. (Mentioning the more proper Trope would spoil it for you, the viewer.)

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crFVwx_lae8 This hilarious moment]] from the GameShow ''ToTellTheTruth'' ''Series/ToTellTheTruth'' fits the letter of the law, if not the spirit. (Mentioning the more proper Trope would spoil it for you, the viewer.)
10th Jun '17 12:21:35 AM jormis29
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* In Creator/PeterKay's new sitcom, ''Car Share'', hapless supermarket manager Peter picks up his new car-pool buddy Kaley for the first time. She is carrying a sports bottle full of liquid he assumes is a soft drink. Before she can tell him, he takes a swig, notes its sweet-and-sour taste, and asks if it's Red Bull or a similar energy drink. It's not. It's a urine sample she's taking to the in-store pharmacy for medical testing. Peter then does a SpitTake and spills most of it down his shirt.

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* In Creator/PeterKay's new sitcom, ''Car Share'', ''Series/CarShare'', hapless supermarket manager Peter picks up his new car-pool buddy Kaley for the first time. She is carrying a sports bottle full of liquid he assumes is a soft drink. Before she can tell him, he takes a swig, notes its sweet-and-sour taste, and asks if it's Red Bull or a similar energy drink. It's not. It's a urine sample she's taking to the in-store pharmacy for medical testing. Peter then does a SpitTake and spills most of it down his shirt.
4th Jun '17 11:08:25 AM Divra
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* In ''VideoGame/ShadowrunReturns'' Hong Kong, the player can accidentally eat some meta-human flesh in Gaichu's hide out. Or drink blood when sampling the "red wine" in a vampire's apartment. You can even get an achievement for doing both. Hilariously, if Duncan is the party either time, he berates the player for being so stupid as to eat random food on a mission.

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* In ''VideoGame/ShadowrunReturns'' Hong Kong, the player can accidentally eat some meta-human flesh in Gaichu's hide out. Or drink blood when sampling the "red wine" in a vampire's apartment. You can even get an achievement for doing both. Hilariously, if Duncan is the party either time, he berates the player for being so stupid as to eat random food on a mission. The narration comments that as long as you don't know what it is, Gaichu's people sashimi is actually pretty damn good, and you can talk him into giving you the recipe.
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