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23rd Apr '17 12:45:02 AM JackG
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23rd Apr '17 12:39:37 AM JackG
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* Averted in the ''Literature/{{Quiller}}'' novels. Quiller always eats what's offered, because he knows he'll need the energy to escape or resist torture. However in "The Striker Portolio" it's turned back on him; Quiller is surprised to be given caviar and beer, calculates that TamperingWithFoodAndDrink would do no good as they could do that by force, and so eats it for the sustenance. Then he goes to get a drink of water and the tap doesn't work. The alcohol and salty caviar was meant to dehydrate him for the water deprivation torture.

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* Averted in the ''Literature/{{Quiller}}'' novels. Quiller always eats what's offered, because he knows he'll need the energy to escape or resist torture. However in "The Striker Portolio" it's turned back on him; Quiller is surprised to be given caviar and beer, calculates that TamperingWithFoodAndDrink would do no good as they could do that just drug or poison him by force, and so eats it for the sustenance. Then he goes to get a drink of water and the tap doesn't work. The alcohol and salty caviar was meant to dehydrate him for the water deprivation torture.
23rd Apr '17 12:38:09 AM JackG
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* Averted in the ''Literature/{{Quiller}}'' novels. Quiller always eats what's offered, because he knows he'll need the energy to escape or resist torture. However in "The Striker Portolio" it's turned back on him; Quiller is surprised to be given caviar and beer, calculates that TamperingWithFoodAndDrink would do no good as they could do that by force, and so eats it for the sustenance. Then he goes to get a drink of water and the tap doesn't work. The alcohol and salty caviar was meant to dehydrate him for the water deprivation torture.
3rd Dec '16 9:32:15 PM Gamermaster
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** During the Totland arc, [[spoiler: [[BigEater Luffy]] goes on a hunger strike, declaring that he wont eat any food unless it's made by Sanji after the latter had to leave the crew.]]
26th Nov '16 5:17:29 PM nombretomado
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* Creator/CSLewis's ''TheChroniclesOfNarnia: The Horse and His Boy'':

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* Creator/CSLewis's ''TheChroniclesOfNarnia: The Horse and His Boy'':''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia: Literature/TheHorseAndHisBoy'':



* {{Redwall}}'s ''The Legend of Luke'': Vilu Daskar takes Luke into his cabin for questioning and offers him fruit, which Luke refuses.

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* {{Redwall}}'s Literature/{{Redwall}}'s ''The Legend of Luke'': Vilu Daskar takes Luke into his cabin for questioning and offers him fruit, which Luke refuses.
21st Nov '16 1:59:38 PM megasonic01
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* One ''ComicBook/Spider Man'' annual starts with Betty telling the FauxAffablyEvil Deathknight exactly where he can stick his "hospitality", calling him a madman as she does so. (Helsing plans to execute her publically to scare the American government in part of his plan to take over Latveria while Dr. Doom is missing, due to the events of ''Onslaught'').

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* One ''ComicBook/Spider Man'' ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'' annual starts with Betty telling the FauxAffablyEvil Deathknight exactly where he can stick his "hospitality", calling him a madman as she does so. (Helsing plans to execute her publically to scare the American government in part of his plan to take over Latveria while Dr. Doom is missing, due to the events of ''Onslaught'').
21st Nov '16 1:57:59 PM megasonic01
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* One ''{{ComicBook/''Spider Man}}'' annual starts with Betty telling the FauxAffablyEvil Deathknight exactly where he can stick his "hospitality", calling him a madman as she does so. (Helsing plans to execute her publically to scare the American government in part of his plan to take over Latveria while Dr. Doom is missing, due to the events of ''Onslaught''.)

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* One ''{{ComicBook/''Spider Man}}'' ''ComicBook/Spider Man'' annual starts with Betty telling the FauxAffablyEvil Deathknight exactly where he can stick his "hospitality", calling him a madman as she does so. (Helsing plans to execute her publically to scare the American government in part of his plan to take over Latveria while Dr. Doom is missing, due to the events of ''Onslaught''.)
''Onslaught'').
21st Nov '16 1:56:32 PM megasonic01
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* One ''ComicBook/''Spider Man}}'' annual starts with Betty telling the FauxAffablyEvil Deathknight exactly where he can stick his "hospitality", calling him a madman as she does so. (Helsing plans to execute her publically to scare the American government in part of his plan to take over Latveria while Dr. Doom is missing, due to the events of ''Onslaught''.)

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* One ''ComicBook/''Spider ''{{ComicBook/''Spider Man}}'' annual starts with Betty telling the FauxAffablyEvil Deathknight exactly where he can stick his "hospitality", calling him a madman as she does so. (Helsing plans to execute her publically to scare the American government in part of his plan to take over Latveria while Dr. Doom is missing, due to the events of ''Onslaught''.))
16th Nov '16 12:39:20 AM Morgenthaler
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** Bhagat Singh, TechnicalPacifist and all-round {{Badass}}, took this further than Gandhi ever did, going hungry for an unbelievable ''one hundred and sixteen days'' to protest the treatment of prisoners in Lahore jail.

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** Bhagat Singh, TechnicalPacifist and all-round {{Badass}}, badass, took this further than Gandhi ever did, going hungry for an unbelievable ''one hundred and sixteen days'' to protest the treatment of prisoners in Lahore jail.
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