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17th Jan '16 11:34:43 AM nombretomado
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* A LawAndOrderSVU episode had a man with pica (see the RealLife section below) as the perp. It was noted that pica on its own does not make someone dangerous, but because the PsychopathicManchild in question had been licking the (illegally lead-based) paint off his toy cars from a young age, he had permanent brain damage.
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* A LawAndOrderSVU ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' episode had a man with pica (see the RealLife section below) as the perp. It was noted that pica on its own does not make someone dangerous, but because the PsychopathicManchild in question had been licking the (illegally lead-based) paint off his toy cars from a young age, he had permanent brain damage.
27th Nov '15 10:40:27 PM Scabbard
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* In a combination of [[MadArtist insanity]] and [[StarvingArtist poverty]], Creator/VincentVanGogh would at times nibble on his paint and drink turpentine, which probably didn't help his health\sanity. At one point he even had a suicide attempt trying to eat lead-heavy yellow oil paint.
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* In a combination of [[MadArtist insanity]] and [[StarvingArtist poverty]], Creator/VincentVanGogh would at times nibble on his paint and drink turpentine, which probably didn't help his health\sanity.health/sanity. At one point he even had a suicide attempt trying to eat lead-heavy yellow oil paint.
18th Oct '15 1:41:00 PM nombretomado
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* On ''ThePowerpuffGirls'', there was a boy in the girls' class named [[PunnyName Elmer Sglue]] who was teased for eating paste. A mosquito tainted by toxic waste fell on the paste he was eating, turning him into a giant glue monster who wreaked havoc on the city. * Cheryl Tunt from ''{{Archer}}'' chugs down jars of rubber cement.
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* On ''ThePowerpuffGirls'', ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'', there was a boy in the girls' class named [[PunnyName Elmer Sglue]] who was teased for eating paste. A mosquito tainted by toxic waste fell on the paste he was eating, turning him into a giant glue monster who wreaked havoc on the city. * Cheryl Tunt from ''{{Archer}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' chugs down jars of rubber cement.
11th Jun '15 1:00:33 PM eroock
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Small children, the {{Cloudcuckoolander}} and TheDitz are prone to eating things that should not be eaten. Not necessarily a case of ExtremeOmnivore, as it may just be this one specific non-food item that the character consumes. Most common in this category are glue, crayons, soap, and bugs. If the child puts things in other facial orifices, it's a NoseShove.
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Small children, the {{Cloudcuckoolander}} and TheDitz are prone to eating things that should not be eaten. Not necessarily a case of ExtremeOmnivore, as it may just be this one specific non-food item that the character consumes. Most common in this category are glue, crayons, soap, bugs, and bugs.[[NoseNuggets snot]]. If the child puts things in other facial orifices, it's a NoseShove.
30th Apr '15 12:44:30 PM nombretomado
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* Tardy the Turtle from ''GregTheBunny'' has eaten everything from crayons, to drumsticks (the musical kind) to paintballs.
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* Tardy the Turtle from ''GregTheBunny'' ''Series/GregTheBunny'' has eaten everything from crayons, to drumsticks (the musical kind) to paintballs.
22nd Jan '15 8:12:00 AM Jacob175
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* One of Grace's students in ''BruceAlmighty'' is constantly eating arts and crafts supplies. She comments that she expects him to poop an ornament any time now. * ''BillyMadison'' sits next to a boy eating the glue in his first-grade class.
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* One of Grace's students in ''BruceAlmighty'' ''Film/BruceAlmighty'' is constantly eating arts and crafts supplies. She comments that she expects him to poop an ornament any time now. * ''BillyMadison'' ''Film/BillyMadison'' sits next to a boy eating the glue in his first-grade class.

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[[AC: WebOriginal]] * One During the ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}'' video of Grace's students ''WebVideo/TwoBestFriendsPlay'', Pat accuses Matt of doing this. Matt's only response is that it's "getting a little personal". In the animated version where they're replaced with [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Celestia and Luna]], it cuts to Luna who is indeed in ''BruceAlmighty'' is constantly the middle of eating arts and crafts supplies. She comments those when she says that she expects him to poop an ornament any time now. * ''BillyMadison'' sits next to a boy eating the glue in his first-grade class. line.
29th Jul '14 9:06:18 PM NegiSpongie
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* In ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'', Josh gets a job teaching Megan's 5th grade class and starts giving them college-level homework, claiming that they are smarter than given credit for. To which one of the students points out that another is eating glue.
21st Jun '14 1:46:02 AM WillBGood
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* The basic wheat paste used by bookbinders is harmless enough to eat, since it's essentially flour and water. Keith A. Smith, when giving the recipe in his books on binding, notes you could add an egg and some vanilla extract and make a custard.[[note]]He didn't say whether it'd be a ''good'' one.[[/note]]
2nd Jun '14 4:50:40 PM Thecommander236
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consolidating Hilaire Belloc references and directing them to his non-existant creator page. At least then, it will already be set up for when someone DOES make a page for him.
* One of HilaireBelloc's Cautionary Verses is titled "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Henry King, who Chewed Bits of String, and was Early Cut Off in Dreadful Agonies]]".
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* One of HilaireBelloc's Creator/HilaireBelloc's Cautionary Verses is titled "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Henry King, who Chewed Bits of String, and was Early Cut Off in Dreadful Agonies]]".
16th Apr '14 11:40:50 AM pinkiestar
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**Terezi doesn't necessarily EAT chalk, but she licks them until they are no longer.
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