History NauseaFuel / Literature

19th Sep '17 4:00:59 AM TudorRose
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* In Creator/RobinJarvis' ''Thomas'', a prequel to his ''Literature/DeptfordMice'' trilogy, followers of a ReligionOfEvil called the Scale dip their weapons in the poisonous blood of their god. Just one prick on the skin dooms the victim to a horrific death where they literally [[ImMelting melt into a pile of black sludge]]. Certain characters' deaths in this manner are described in all their disgusting detail.

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* In Creator/RobinJarvis' ''Thomas'', a prequel to his ''Literature/DeptfordMice'' trilogy, followers of a ReligionOfEvil called the Scale dip their weapons in the poisonous blood of their god. Just one prick on the skin dooms the victim to a horrific death where they literally [[ImMelting melt into a pile of steaming black sludge]]. Certain characters' deaths in this manner are described in all their disgusting detail.
19th Sep '17 4:00:22 AM TudorRose
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* Brightheart from Literature/WarriorCats is brutally mauled by dogs, leaving her with only one eye and parts of her skull still showing after she recovers.

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* Brightheart from Literature/WarriorCats is brutally mauled by dogs, leaving her with only one eye and parts of her skull still showing after she recovers.recovers.
* In Creator/RobinJarvis' ''Thomas'', a prequel to his ''Literature/DeptfordMice'' trilogy, followers of a ReligionOfEvil called the Scale dip their weapons in the poisonous blood of their god. Just one prick on the skin dooms the victim to a horrific death where they literally [[ImMelting melt into a pile of black sludge]]. Certain characters' deaths in this manner are described in all their disgusting detail.
8th Jun '17 5:40:40 PM SavesTheDay
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** Apparently, the (as-yet unrevealed) ritual for creating a [[SoulJar Horcrux]] acted as nausea fuel for Creator/JKRowling's editor. Rowling has said that the ritual will be spilled to the general public in the ''Harry Potter Encyclopaedia'' when it eventually puts in an appearance.
6th May '17 4:58:24 PM Golondrina
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* K.A. Applegate's ''{{Remnants}}'' series was full of this. From the first book with the horrible fungus-filled cryopods of [[spoiler:character's family members]], to the live flesh-eating worms, to the guy with all his skin painstaking burned off and replaced with a clear coating...

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* K.A. Applegate's ''{{Remnants}}'' ''Literature/{{Remnants}}'' series was full of this. From the first book with the horrible fungus-filled cryopods of [[spoiler:character's family members]], to the live flesh-eating worms, to the guy with all his skin painstaking burned off and replaced with a clear coating...
29th Apr '17 2:02:35 PM despoa
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* ''Literature/TheJungle'' by Upton Sinclair.

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* ''Literature/TheJungle'' by Upton Sinclair. Readers at the time were so disgusted by the descriptions of the meat factory that they overlooked the anti-capitalism message Sinclair was trying to tell in the first place.
20th Sep '16 3:33:47 PM AreYouTyler
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* In the sixth book in the ''Literature/CaptainUnderpants'' series, the narrator describes the disgusting Bionic Booger Boy until [[BreakingTheFourthWall George tells the narrator to knock it off]].

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* In the sixth book in the ''Literature/CaptainUnderpants'' series, the narrator describes the disgusting [[NoseNuggets Bionic Booger Boy Boy]] until [[BreakingTheFourthWall George tells the narrator to knock it off]].off]] because everyone in class was getting sick.
19th Sep '16 3:44:05 PM AreYouTyler
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* In the sixth book in the ''Literature/CaptainUnderpants'' series, the narrator describes the disgusting Bionic Booger Boy until [[BreakingTheFourthWall George tells the narrator to knock it off]].
13th Apr '16 12:40:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[{{Swans}} Michael Gira's]] short story collection ''The Consumer'' is loaded to the brim with this, often in conjunction with massive amounts of horror. Take, for example, the opening story, "Empathy", which may be the most uncomfortable tale of BrotherSisterIncest ever written. Or "The Whore Boy", which is just... [[SchmuckBait the curious can read it themselves]].

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* [[{{Swans}} [[Music/{{Swans}} Michael Gira's]] short story collection ''The Consumer'' is loaded to the brim with this, often in conjunction with massive amounts of horror. Take, for example, the opening story, "Empathy", which may be the most uncomfortable tale of BrotherSisterIncest ever written. Or "The Whore Boy", which is just... [[SchmuckBait the curious can read it themselves]].
6th Sep '15 4:03:32 AM Morgenthaler
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* ChildrenOfTheLamp has a spell that causes whatever a person would least like to eat to come out of their mouth. Luckily the protagonist we see get hit with it REALLY hates vegetables, so that's all we see, but the djinn who used the spell on him says that for other people, it's been things like frogs or bugs. And the description causes the reader to ponder what it would be for them...

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* ChildrenOfTheLamp Literature/ChildrenOfTheLamp has a spell that causes whatever a person would least like to eat to come out of their mouth. Luckily the protagonist we see get hit with it REALLY hates vegetables, so that's all we see, but the djinn who used the spell on him says that for other people, it's been things like frogs or bugs. And the description causes the reader to ponder what it would be for them...
5th May '15 12:40:22 AM Dawnwing
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* Brightheart from WarriorCats is brutally mauled by dogs, leaving her with only one eye and parts of her skull still showing after she recovers.

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* Brightheart from WarriorCats Literature/WarriorCats is brutally mauled by dogs, leaving her with only one eye and parts of her skull still showing after she recovers.
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