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22nd Feb '17 7:22:31 PM Prfnoff
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', Vegetoid is an edible personification of the "always eat your vegetables" StockAesop.
7th Feb '17 6:26:37 AM Troperinik
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' features [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext talking yogurts]] who ''want'' to be eaten. According to Episode 76, they even use chemicals to make themselves addictive so people will keep eating yogurt.
29th Jan '17 1:29:12 PM Lapuspuer
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* A variation appears in the French cartoon WesternAnimation/AvezVousDejaVu, episode ''Nuf Nuf à l'école des charcutiers'' ("Nuf Nuf at butchers' school"). Nuf Nuf is a young pig who cheerfully answers questions on what parts of him should be used to make various foods. In case you didn't notice, yeah, this series is [[WidgetSeries really weird]] and ''loves'' BlackComedy.
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29th Jan '17 12:06:40 AM landmark356
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* The American petroleum company Sinclair Oil Corporation features a green dinosaur as its logo and various advertisements throughout its history featured anthropomorphic dinosaur mascots pushing the brand or filling up cars with Sinclair gasoline. (Which is made from oil which is essentially liquefied dead dinosaurs.)
20th Dec '16 2:03:19 AM AgProv
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* In December 2016, the Christmas advertising for supermarket chain Sainsburys features a cute, childlike, talking carrot called simply Carrot, who is depicted as really looking forward to Christmas and what Santa will bring him. Without a hint of irony or apprehension on the part of the mascot, one part of the warm fuzzy Christmas splendour Carrot looks upon is a dish of steaming carrot batons on the table as part of the dinner spread. Carrot simply doesn't see the fate in store for him...
20th Dec '16 1:55:24 AM AgProv
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** The British version is called Peparami and its adverts are pretty much clones of the American. To make it relevant to the British market, the voice of the hyper-agressive psychotic sausage is provided by Creator/AdeEdmondson, who played the psychopathic punk rocker Vivyan in ''Series/Theyoungones''.

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** The British version is called Peparami and its adverts are pretty much clones of the American. To make it relevant to the British market, the voice of the hyper-agressive psychotic sausage is provided by Creator/AdeEdmondson, [[Series/{{Bottom}} Ade Edmondson]], who played the psychopathic punk rocker Vivyan in ''Series/Theyoungones''.''Series/TheYoungOnes''.
20th Dec '16 1:54:33 AM AgProv
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** The British version is called Peparami and its adverts are pretty much clones of the American. To make it relevant to the British market, the voice of the hyper-agressive psychotic sausage is provided by Creator/AdeEdmondson, who played the psychopathic punk rocker Vivyan in ''Series/Theyoungones''.
15th Dec '16 4:24:30 PM Theatre_Maven_3695
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[[caption-width-right:304:[[NightmareFuel C'est très effrayant, n'est-ce pas ?]][[labelnote:translation]]Very frightening, isn't it?[[/labelnote]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:304:[[NightmareFuel C'est très effrayant, effrayant,]] [[GratuitousFrench n'est-ce pas ?]][[labelnote:translation]]Very frightening, isn't it?[[/labelnote]]]]
6th Nov '16 9:30:09 AM wootzits
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* In Junko Mizuno's manga interpretation of Hansel and Gretel, the eponymous characters live in a world where their food comes from somewhat different origins than ours. Vegetables and fruits grow on the heads of plant fairies/people, bread comes from the bread mines, and meat comes from a pig the size of a hill who cuts slices off himself, rather like the poster at the top of this page.

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* In Junko Mizuno's manga interpretation of Hansel ''Hansel and Gretel, Gretel'', the eponymous characters live in a world where their food comes from somewhat different origins than ours. Vegetables and fruits grow on the heads of plant fairies/people, bread comes from the bread mines, and meat comes from a pig the size of a hill who cuts slices off himself, rather like the poster at the top of this page.



* One episode of ''Manga/KeroroGunsou'' follows the journey of a lone grain of rice from rice paddy to rice bowl. The rice grain is overjoyed to finally fulfill its destiny as it is picked up by the chopsticks… only to be dropped and forgotten. By an unlucky chain of events, the rice grain is stuck outside and can only sob over its wasted existence. Until Giroro's cat spots it and eats it. The rice grain happily ascends into heaven as it is eaten.

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* One episode of ''Manga/KeroroGunsou'' ''Manga/SgtFrog'' follows the journey of a lone grain of rice from rice paddy to rice bowl. The rice grain is overjoyed to finally fulfill its destiny as it is picked up by the chopsticks… only to be dropped and forgotten. By an unlucky chain of events, the rice grain is stuck outside and can only sob over its wasted existence. Until Giroro's cat spots it and eats it. The rice grain happily ascends into heaven as it is eaten.
6th Nov '16 7:18:47 AM IAmNotAFunguy
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* American chain Chick Fil-A has a cow as its mascot, and she wants people to eat less beef and more chicken!
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