History Main / PutOffTheirFood

21st Feb '16 12:47:16 AM karategal
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----->'''Benson:''' Yeah, I'm done.

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21st Feb '16 12:46:52 AM karategal
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* During the dinner at ''Literature/TheRestaurantAtTheEndOfTheUniverse'', Arthur initially orders a steak, changes to a salad when he finds out what the steak comes from, and eventually settles for a glass of water.



* During the dinner at ''Literature/TheRestaurantAtTheEndOfTheUniverse'', Arthur initially orders a steak, changes to a salad when he finds out what the steak comes from, and eventually settles for a glass of water.



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21st Feb '16 12:45:55 AM karategal
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* At the end of ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}'', when a diner patron who ate the special starts moaning in pain, Barf, who ordered the same thing, quickly changes his order to the soup... and then a ChestBurster comes out of the customer.
-->'''Diner patron''' ''(played by Creator/JohnHurt)'': [[ActorAllusion Oh no... not]] ''[[ActorAllusion again!]]''




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* At the end of ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}'', when a diner patron who ate the special starts moaning in pain, Barf, who ordered the same thing, quickly changes his order to the soup... and then a ChestBurster comes out of the customer.
-->'''Diner patron''' ''(played by Creator/JohnHurt)'': [[ActorAllusion Oh no... not]] ''[[ActorAllusion again!]]''




* ''TourOfTheMerrimack'': In ''The Myriad'', Captain Farragut describes over dinner how gorgons melt into caustic brown slime when they die, then tells his chef to skip the French onion soup.
* ''{{LightNovel/Slayers}}'': In the light novel ''The Battle of Saillune'', Lina and Gourry are attacked by a number of lesser demons that possessed items of food, including a nasty tentacle monster that emerges from their squid stew. After the fight, they order more food, and Gourry requests they skip the squid stew -- though Lina disagrees, saying it'll take more than that to make her lose her appetite.



* Happens to Jessie and Cooper in ''[[Literature/{{Spellbent}} Shotgun Sorceress]]'' when they discover that, as a side-effect of some necromantic magic they performed, they can feel the death of each item of food they taste. They regretfully pass up the rib-eye steak in favor of a salad.




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* ''{{LightNovel/Slayers}}'': In the light novel ''The Battle of Saillune'', Lina and Gourry are attacked by a number of lesser demons that possessed items of food, including a nasty tentacle monster that emerges from their squid stew. After the fight, they order more food, and Gourry requests they skip the squid stew -- though Lina disagrees, saying it'll take more than that to make her lose her appetite.
* Happens to Jessie and Cooper in ''[[Literature/{{Spellbent}} Shotgun Sorceress]]'' when they discover that, as a side-effect of some necromantic magic they performed, they can feel the death of each item of food they taste. They regretfully pass up the rib-eye steak in favor of a salad.
* ''TourOfTheMerrimack'': In ''The Myriad'', Captain Farragut describes over dinner how gorgons melt into caustic brown slime when they die, then tells his chef to skip the French onion soup.



* ''Series/{{Leverage}}'': Parker's attempt at social skills in "The Juror #6 Job". When told to convince Eliot to eat an orange instead of an apple, she chooses this tactic.

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* ''Series/{{Leverage}}'': Parker's attempt at social skills in "The Juror #6 Job". ''Series/CriminalMinds'': The [[SerialKiller UnSub]] of "Rabid" kills his victims by infecting them with rabies. When told to convince Eliot to eat an orange instead of an apple, she chooses this tactic. a report comes in about a woman who is frothing at the mouth, Rossi mournfully looks down at his fresh coffee with extra foam and then throws it away.



* In ''TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'', there was the episode "Twins at the Tipton" where Maddie and London double date with twins and Maddie goes out with the nerdy twin. He starts saying all of this gross trivia at the dinner table, including that it takes "3 hours for meat to move through your intestines so the bile can churn up the gastric acid." Maddie then replies that she'll have a salad.



* ''Series/{{Leverage}}'': Parker's attempt at social skills in "The Juror #6 Job". When told to convince Eliot to eat an orange instead of an apple, she chooses this tactic.



* ''Series/CriminalMinds'': The [[SerialKiller UnSub]] of "Rabid" kills his victims by infecting them with rabies. When a report comes in about a woman who is frothing at the mouth, Rossi mournfully looks down at his fresh coffee with extra foam and then throws it away.

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* ''Series/CriminalMinds'': The [[SerialKiller UnSub]] of "Rabid" kills his victims by infecting them with rabies. When a report comes in about a woman who is frothing In ''TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'', there was the episode "Twins at the mouth, Rossi mournfully looks down at his fresh coffee Tipton" where Maddie and London double date with extra foam twins and Maddie goes out with the nerdy twin. He starts saying all of this gross trivia at the dinner table, including that it takes "3 hours for meat to move through your intestines so the bile can churn up the gastric acid." Maddie then throws it away.
replies that she'll have a salad.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** In the episode where Homer becomes a food critic, some chefs plan to assassinate him with a lethal eclair. After other attempts to stop Homer from eating it fail, Lisa tells him that it's low-fat, causing him to throw it away in disgust.
** In another episode, Homer is put off eating after hearing something disgusting and Lisa follows suit. Then Homer's appetite immediately returns [[BigEater and he eats from both of their plates]].
** The episode where Bart skips school and witnesses the true events behind Mayor Quimby's nephew being accused of assault, he watches a detective show called "[=McGarnagle=]" where the title character is wrongfully accused, but the only witness is scared to come forward. Eventually, he agrees to testify, only to be brutally murdered. The detectives reaction?
--> '''[=McGarnagle=]''': Hey, I'm trying to eat lunch here!



--> '''Stan''': Hang on honey, I'm ordering some food, I'm starving. Bullock rode me like an animal for three hours, you have no idea what thats like.

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--> '''Stan''': Hang on honey, I'm ordering some food, I'm starving. Bullock rode me like an animal for three hours, you have no idea what thats that's like.



->'''Benson:''' Yeah, I'm done.

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->'''Benson:''' Yeah, I'm done.done.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** In the episode where Homer becomes a food critic, some chefs plan to assassinate him with a lethal eclair. After other attempts to stop Homer from eating it fail, Lisa tells him that it's low-fat, causing him to throw it away in disgust.
** In another episode, Homer is put off eating after hearing something disgusting and Lisa follows suit. Then Homer's appetite immediately returns [[BigEater and he eats from both of their plates]].
** The episode where Bart skips school and witnesses the true events behind Mayor Quimby's nephew being accused of assault, he watches a detective show called "[=McGarnagle=]" where the title character is wrongfully accused, but the only witness is scared to come forward. Eventually, he agrees to testify, only to be brutally murdered. The detectives reaction?
--> '''[=McGarnagle=]''': Hey, I'm trying to eat lunch here!
5th Jan '16 6:32:45 PM jormis29
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** The episode where Bart skips school and witnesses the true events behind Mayor Quimby's nephew being accused of assault, he watches a detective show called "Mac Garnagle" where the title character is wrongfully accused, but the only witness is scared to come forward. Eventually, he agrees to testify, only to be brutally murdered. The detectives reaction?
--> '''Mac Garnagle''': Hey, I'm trying to eat lunch here!

* ''AmericanDad'' has an episode where Stan finds out Hailey has been having an affair with Deputy Director Bullock, but when Hailey breaks it off, Bullock attempts to kill her boyfriend Jeff. At one point, he has Stan carry him around like a horse, until they track Jeff and Hailey down to a diner.

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** The episode where Bart skips school and witnesses the true events behind Mayor Quimby's nephew being accused of assault, he watches a detective show called "Mac Garnagle" "[=McGarnagle=]" where the title character is wrongfully accused, but the only witness is scared to come forward. Eventually, he agrees to testify, only to be brutally murdered. The detectives reaction?
--> '''Mac Garnagle''': '''[=McGarnagle=]''': Hey, I'm trying to eat lunch here!

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* ''AmericanDad'' ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' has an episode where Stan finds out Hailey has been having an affair with Deputy Director Bullock, but when Hailey breaks it off, Bullock attempts to kill her boyfriend Jeff. At one point, he has Stan carry him around like a horse, until they track Jeff and Hailey down to a diner.



--> '''Stan''': Aaaand now I'm not hungry. *puts the meny down*

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--> '''Stan''': Aaaand now I'm not hungry. *puts the meny menu down*
5th Jan '16 3:54:22 PM SilentStranger
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** Mom tells Calvin that the icky stuff on his plate is monkey brains in order to get him to eat it. But now Dad can't eat it because it {{Squick}}s him out.

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** Mom tells Calvin that the icky stuff on his plate is monkey brains in order to get him to eat it. But now Dad can't eat it because it {{Squick}}s him out. There's a few other strips with the same theme, such as Mom telling him there's maggots in the soup instead of rice, or they're having spiders for lunch. Invariably, Dad will be too disgusted to eat while Calvin enthusiastically devours his food.


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** The episode where Bart skips school and witnesses the true events behind Mayor Quimby's nephew being accused of assault, he watches a detective show called "Mac Garnagle" where the title character is wrongfully accused, but the only witness is scared to come forward. Eventually, he agrees to testify, only to be brutally murdered. The detectives reaction?
--> '''Mac Garnagle''': Hey, I'm trying to eat lunch here!

* ''AmericanDad'' has an episode where Stan finds out Hailey has been having an affair with Deputy Director Bullock, but when Hailey breaks it off, Bullock attempts to kill her boyfriend Jeff. At one point, he has Stan carry him around like a horse, until they track Jeff and Hailey down to a diner.
--> '''Stan''': Hang on honey, I'm ordering some food, I'm starving. Bullock rode me like an animal for three hours, you have no idea what thats like.
--> *Hailey raises her eyebrows*
--> '''Stan''': Aaaand now I'm not hungry. *puts the meny down*
29th Dec '15 9:18:11 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Slayers}}'': In the light novel ''The Battle of Saillune'', Lina and Gourry are attacked by a number of lesser demons that possessed items of food, including a nasty tentacle monster that emerges from their squid stew. After the fight, they order more food, and Gourry requests they skip the squid stew -- though Lina disagrees, saying it'll take more than that to make her lose her appetite.

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* ''{{Slayers}}'': ''{{LightNovel/Slayers}}'': In the light novel ''The Battle of Saillune'', Lina and Gourry are attacked by a number of lesser demons that possessed items of food, including a nasty tentacle monster that emerges from their squid stew. After the fight, they order more food, and Gourry requests they skip the squid stew -- though Lina disagrees, saying it'll take more than that to make her lose her appetite.
3rd Dec '15 7:27:42 PM mlsmithca
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-->''Diner patron (played by Creator/JohnHurt): "[[ActorAllusion Oh no... not]] ''[[ActorAllusion again!]]''"''

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-->''Diner patron (played -->'''Diner patron''' ''(played by Creator/JohnHurt): "[[ActorAllusion Creator/JohnHurt)'': [[ActorAllusion Oh no... not]] ''[[ActorAllusion again!]]''"''again!]]''



* On ''MarriedWithChildren'', Al discovers that the reason he couldn't buy Peg an anniversary gift is because everyone else in the family used it to make preparations for the anniversary dinner (ironically, Peg goes all out ''because'' she heard he was getting her something very nice and wanted to make sure ''her'' gift measured up). Al angrily declares that "the card got so full that when I tried to use it, it threw up!", then proceeds to make vomiting noises and gestures. At this, everyone promptly puts down their forks.

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* On ''MarriedWithChildren'', ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'', Al discovers that the reason he couldn't buy Peg an anniversary gift is because everyone else in the family used it to make preparations for the anniversary dinner (ironically, Peg goes all out ''because'' she heard he was getting her something very nice and wanted to make sure ''her'' gift measured up). Al angrily declares that "the card got so full that when I tried to use it, it threw up!", then proceeds to make vomiting noises and gestures. At this, everyone promptly puts down their forks.



--> "...And my friends keep asking me how I stay thin."
* A ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'' strip where Jason ties the ends of his spaghetti noodles together so he can eat them all in one long, unending slurp ends with Andy adding spaghetti to the list of things she can no longer make for dinner.
** Another Fox Trot example: Paige just dissected a frog in Bio class and she thought it was really cool. She tells her family about the intestines and they stare in horror at the spaghetti they're eating. [[BigEater Except Roger, who keeps on eating.]]

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--> ---> "...And my friends keep asking me how I stay thin."
* A ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'' strip where ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'':
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Jason ties the ends of his spaghetti noodles together so he can eat them all in one long, unending slurp ends with slurp. Andy adding adds spaghetti to the list of things she can no longer make for dinner.
** Another Fox Trot example: Paige just dissected a frog in Bio class and she thought it was really cool. She tells her family about the intestines and they stare in horror at the spaghetti they're eating. [[BigEater Except Roger, who keeps on eating.]]
3rd Dec '15 5:47:43 PM Nicolas-1223
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This is TruthInTelevision

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This is TruthInTelevision
TruthInTelevision.
22nd Nov '15 10:58:03 AM nombretomado
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* A ''FoxTrot'' strip where Jason ties the ends of his spaghetti noodles together so he can eat them all in one long, unending slurp ends with Andy adding spaghetti to the list of things she can no longer make for dinner.

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* A ''FoxTrot'' ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'' strip where Jason ties the ends of his spaghetti noodles together so he can eat them all in one long, unending slurp ends with Andy adding spaghetti to the list of things she can no longer make for dinner.
13th Nov '15 8:56:06 PM LadyJafaria
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This trope is when a character had planned to eat a certain food, but changes their mind based on a conversation or experience that causes them to make a mental association between it and something nasty. The character doesn't [[LostMyAppetite lose their appetite]] ''entirely'', they just can no longer stand the thought of eating that ''particular'' thing.

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This trope is when a character had planned to eat a certain food, but changes their mind based on a conversation or experience that causes them to make a mental association between it and something nasty. The character doesn't [[LostMyAppetite lose their appetite]] ''entirely'', they just can no longer stand the thought of eating that ''particular'' thing. \n The opposite is InappropriateHunger, where something you'd think would be gross enough to do this instead causes or increases hunger.
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