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1st Feb '18 2:06:21 AM StFan
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* In ''WesternAnimation/ACharlieBrownChristmas'', Snoopy has a big pile of these in his bowl; he eats them as he reads the newspaper. Note - he doesn't chew on them, or gnaw the meat off the bones, he eats the bones.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/ACharlieBrownChristmas'', Snoopy has a big pile of these in his bowl; he eats them as he reads the newspaper. Note - he doesn't chew on them, or gnaw the meat off the bones, he eats the bones.




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21st Jan '18 9:07:16 PM Willbyr
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-->-- VideoGame/{{Spore}}, the description of a Fossilized Domesticated Animal Treat.

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-->-- VideoGame/{{Spore}}, ''VideoGame/{{Spore}}'', the description of a Fossilized Domesticated Animal Treat.
29th Dec '17 8:51:40 PM wingedcatgirl
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* Dog biscuits are shaped this way to show that they're for dogs, and [[StockAnimalDiets dogs eat bones, dontcha know]].

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* Dog biscuits are shaped this way to show that they're for dogs, and [[StockAnimalDiets [[StockAnimalDiet dogs eat bones, dontcha know]].
29th Dec '17 8:51:20 PM wingedcatgirl
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* Some of the insignia with skull and crossbones.
* Dog biscuits are shaped as such to show that they're for dogs.


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* Dog biscuits are shaped this way to show that they're for dogs, and [[StockAnimalDiets dogs eat bones, dontcha know]].
17th Dec '17 9:25:04 PM IronicMouse
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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'': The various bone attacks from skeleton brothers Sans and Papyrus take on this form.
17th Dec '17 4:58:45 PM IgneousPoppy
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In media, whenever a non-skull bone shows up, it's a very good bet it will be the classic femur bone, a straight rod with two evenly-sized bulbs at either end [[note]]Even though real femurs only look like that on one end; the top is actually more of a knob.[[/note]], ignoring the RealLife diversity of ribs, scapulas, clavicles, vertebras, and all the other diverse bones that hold the body in shape. Possibly [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the femur being the largest, strongest, straightest bone in the body, so it's instantly recognizable, often well preserved, and useful for everything from [[BadWithTheBone improvised clubs]] to [[StockAnimalDiet dog chew toys]] to macabre furniture supports.

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In media, whenever a non-skull bone that isn't a skull or hip shows up, it's a very good bet it will be the classic femur bone, a straight rod with two evenly-sized bulbs at either end [[note]]Even though real femurs only look like that on one end; the top is actually more of a knob.[[/note]], ignoring the RealLife diversity of ribs, scapulas, clavicles, vertebras, and all the other diverse bones that hold the body in shape. Possibly [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the femur being the largest, strongest, straightest bone in the body, so it's instantly recognizable, often well preserved, and useful for everything from [[BadWithTheBone improvised clubs]] to [[StockAnimalDiet dog chew toys]] to macabre furniture supports.
27th Nov '17 11:20:59 AM DastardlyDemolition
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* In the cut content of ''Videogame/CrashTwinsanity'' Dr. Neo Cortex was going to go inside Coco's brain for the level "Gone A Bit Coco". The x-ray of her skull shows that her ponytail has these as support.
13th May '17 12:05:49 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Limbo of the lost}}'', you have to feed some monster dog(s?) using bones of a skeleton. All fine, until you find that this specific skeleton has three femurs.

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* In ''{{Limbo ''VideoGame/{{Limbo of the lost}}'', you have to feed some monster dog(s?) using bones of a skeleton. All fine, until you find that this specific skeleton has three femurs.
5th May '17 4:09:12 AM Cryoclaste
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* In ''{{Pokemon}}'', Marowak and Cubone wield one of these bones, and in turn, the Thick Club item. The Rare Bone item from the Sinnoh Underground is also an example.

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* In ''{{Pokemon}}'', ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', Marowak and Cubone wield one of these bones, and in turn, the Thick Club item. The Rare Bone item from the Sinnoh Underground is also an example.
27th Apr '17 1:30:17 PM DoctorDetective
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In media, whenever a non-skull bone shows up, it's a very good bet it will be the classic femur bone, a straight rod with two evenly-sized bulbs at either end, ignoring the RealLife diversity of ribs, scapulas, clavicles, vertebras, and all the other diverse bones that hold the body in shape. Possibly [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the femur being the largest, strongest, straightest bone in the body, so it's instantly recognizable, often well preserved, and useful for everything from [[BadWithTheBone improvised clubs]] to [[StockAnimalDiet dog chew toys]] to macabre furniture supports.

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In media, whenever a non-skull bone shows up, it's a very good bet it will be the classic femur bone, a straight rod with two evenly-sized bulbs at either end, end [[note]]Even though real femurs only look like that on one end; the top is actually more of a knob.[[/note]], ignoring the RealLife diversity of ribs, scapulas, clavicles, vertebras, and all the other diverse bones that hold the body in shape. Possibly [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the femur being the largest, strongest, straightest bone in the body, so it's instantly recognizable, often well preserved, and useful for everything from [[BadWithTheBone improvised clubs]] to [[StockAnimalDiet dog chew toys]] to macabre furniture supports.
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