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25th Jun '16 11:52:50 PM thatmadork
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-->-- '''NKVD (Police) Archive for the Leningrad District''', ''[[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII June 1942]]''

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-->-- '''NKVD (Police) Archive for the Leningrad District''', ''[[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII June 1942]]''
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25th Jun '16 11:52:11 PM thatmadork
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->''"The number of incidents of the use of human flesh in cooking decreased this month to 56."''
-->-- '''NKVD (Police) Archive for the Leningrad District''', ''[[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII June 1942]]''
18th Jun '16 8:36:05 AM MrInitialMan
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* In an example of an animal eating its own kind, ''Series/MythBusters'' tested the tale that a cereal box was more nutricious than its contents. In the cage where mice were fed cardboard, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ziQWDnFSPt8 one mouse decided that its fellow rodents were more nutricious than the cardboard.]] Even before then, there were signs that aught was amiss with the mice. [[ExecutiveMeddling Discovery Channel will not let the footage see the light of day.]]
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8th May '16 10:43:08 AM MsChibi
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* ToServeMan
7th May '16 2:54:04 PM ManicDepressiveMouse
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** Caliban's name is (allowing for Elizabethan spelling) an anagram of Cannibal and he is a savage on a remote island. Allegedly he was portrayed as a stereotypical African savage in the days of slavery.

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** Caliban's name is (allowing for Elizabethan spelling) an anagram of Cannibal and he is a savage on a remote island. Allegedly While he doesn't actually eat humans (indeed, he was portrayed as a stereotypical African savage in the days only corporeal being on the island before Prospero and Miranda arrived), he owes his name and characterization to Michel de Montaigne's essay "Of the Cannibals," which describes indigenous peoples of slavery.the New World -- although Caliban is a villainous character, he has sympathetic moments, in keeping with Montaigne's point that eating people after they are dead is no worse than the kinds of torture and violence people in Europe regularly inflict on one another.
7th May '16 2:22:15 PM Tdarcos
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Note that this trope would only apply to human or non-humans who are of similar composition by appearance, e.g. has a head, 4 limbs and is roughly of similar proportions. An interstellar pig or cow or octopus-like creature that eats people, fort example, would not apply here.

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Note that this trope would only does apply to human or non-humans who are sentient or otherwise capable of similar composition by appearance, e.g. has a head, 4 limbs and is roughly of similar proportions. An interstellar pig independent thought or cow or octopus-like creature that eats people, fort example, would not apply here.
communication. Even if they only eat their own kind.
7th May '16 2:18:32 PM Tdarcos
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Note that this trope would only apply to human or non-humans who are of similar composition by appearance, e.g. has a head, 4 limbs and is roughly of similar proportions. An interstellar pig or cow or octopus-like creature would not apply here.

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Note that this trope would only apply to human or non-humans who are of similar composition by appearance, e.g. has a head, 4 limbs and is roughly of similar proportions. An interstellar pig or cow or octopus-like creature that eats people, fort example, would not apply here.
7th May '16 2:17:03 PM Tdarcos
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Note that this trope would only apply to human or non-humans who are of similar composition by appearance, e.g. has a head, 4 limbs and is roughly of similar proportions. An interstellar pig or cow or octopus-like creature would not apply here.
6th May '16 8:31:36 PM MsChibi
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* [[http://www.snopes.com/inboxer/hoaxes/manbeef.asp The now-defunct hoax website, ManBeef.com]] was a site that purported to sell cuts of human meat to (vetted, exclusive) buyers. There was no way to ''actually'' order anything from the site...[[PoesLaw although quite a few did try]].
24th Apr '16 2:59:00 AM Tron80
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* ''Fanfic/ChildrenOfAnElderGod'' features [[http://lovecraft.wikia.com/wiki/Deep_One The Deep Ones]], a race of man-eating FishPeople.
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