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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!
3rd Nov '16 9:14:58 PM nombretomado
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* At the end of the ''HomeMovies'' ''Renaissance'' episode, Jason is wearing a fake boar's head he'd picked up, creeping the others out shouting "Ple-e-ease don't eat me-e-e!"

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* At the end of the ''HomeMovies'' ''Renaissance'' ''WesternAnimation/HomeMovies''' "Renaissance" episode, Jason is wearing a fake boar's head he'd picked up, creeping the others out shouting "Ple-e-ease don't eat me-e-e!"
23rd Oct '16 5:00:49 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* One M&M's commercial had the large, anthropomorphic M&Ms [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBGWc7kSvNo eating M&M candies]]. A human character (Patrick Warburton!) objected, saying "You shouldn't eat your own kind; it's not natural" -- the big M&Ms then ''traded bags,'' as though the problem was Yellow eating peanut and Red eating milk chocolate, but it'd be fine the other way around! The human, unamused, tells them to hand over the bags, and walks away muttering "That's just disturbing." What's even weirder is that this commercial featured Crispy, whose [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BTa7nvrcpQ entire personality is based on]] [[HypocriticalHumor not liking people eating M&Ms]].

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One M&M's commercial had the large, anthropomorphic M&Ms [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBGWc7kSvNo eating M&M candies]]. A human character (Patrick Warburton!) objected, saying "You shouldn't eat your own kind; it's not natural" -- the big M&Ms then ''traded bags,'' as though the problem was Yellow eating peanut and Red eating milk chocolate, but it'd be fine the other way around! The human, unamused, tells them to hand over the bags, and walks away muttering "That's just disturbing." What's even weirder is that this commercial featured Crispy, whose [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BTa7nvrcpQ entire personality is based on]] [[HypocriticalHumor not liking people eating M&Ms]].


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** In another cartoon, Crispy is at a greasy spoon, lamenting how "nobody knows what's it's like to be hunted for food!" Which elects a squawk from the guy he's talking to, a turkey. ("Uh, hold the turkey burger," he nervously says to the waitress.)
9th Oct '16 10:24:56 AM nombretomado
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* An episode of ''{{Chowder}}'' featured an animated chunk of [[strike:ice]] ''thrice'' cream known as the Thrice Cream Man. He had a strange obsession with getting other people to eat him, and pretty much went crazy when the main character became sick of thrice cream.

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* An episode of ''{{Chowder}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}'' featured an animated chunk of [[strike:ice]] ''thrice'' cream known as the Thrice Cream Man. He had a strange obsession with getting other people to eat him, and pretty much went crazy when the main character became sick of thrice cream.
18th Sep '16 9:11:05 AM nombretomado
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* Almost all episodes of the Website/YouTube series TheAnnoyingOrange features the titular character and his friends chatting with other food (often a fruit) which is, in the end, dragged away screaming and sliced by a knife (or in some cases put in a blender or an oven).

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* Almost all episodes of the Website/YouTube series TheAnnoyingOrange WebVideo/TheAnnoyingOrange features the titular character and his friends chatting with other food (often a fruit) which is, in the end, dragged away screaming and sliced by a knife (or in some cases put in a blender or an oven).
28th Aug '16 11:51:04 AM nombretomado
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* Parodied in ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'': Babs and Buster Bunny are appalled by Montana Max's carnivorous eating habits so they [[TheLudovicoTechnique strap him in a chair]] and show him a {{Squick}}-filled informative video on how his food is made ("This next part is kind of graphic, those with weaker stomachs should turn to the DisneyChannel"). Their plan works and Max reforms, so Babs and Buster celebrate with a vegetarian dinner in one of Max's veggie burger stands. And then their carrots begin to scream…

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* Parodied in ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'': Babs and Buster Bunny are appalled by Montana Max's carnivorous eating habits so they [[TheLudovicoTechnique strap him in a chair]] and show him a {{Squick}}-filled informative video on how his food is made ("This next part is kind of graphic, those with weaker stomachs should turn to the DisneyChannel").Creator/DisneyChannel"). Their plan works and Max reforms, so Babs and Buster celebrate with a vegetarian dinner in one of Max's veggie burger stands. And then their carrots begin to scream…
26th Aug '16 11:57:34 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ComicStrip/{{Garfield}} has nightmares and hallucinations about talking food demanding to be eaten [[DietEpisode every time he goes on a diet.]]
1st Aug '16 1:19:58 PM S123
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** On the other hand, "They smile because they haven't got a clue that they'll be eaten." [[SoundtrackDissonance Sung in the same perky tone]].

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** On the other hand, "They smile because they haven't got a clue that they'll be eaten." [[SoundtrackDissonance [[LyricalDissonance Sung in the same perky tone]].
16th Jul '16 4:57:44 PM DrFraud
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* According to Jewish folklore food animals of all species willingly offered themselves for the dining pleasure of King Solomon and his many, many wives.

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* According to Jewish folklore the early rabbis food animals of all species willingly offered themselves for the dining pleasure of King Solomon and his many, many wives.
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