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* Frank of ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'' picks up fish & chips for the gang, but is blocked from going back into Paddy's because a suicide jumper is on their roof. He's continuously seen noshing on the food as he schemes to get past the emergency workers and the news crew, until he finally makes it back in with an empty bag:
-->"''Woah woah, Frank; where's the fish & chips?''"
-->"''Et 'em.''"

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* On ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'', Heffer has done this many times, and gets called out for it in [[{{Hell}} Heck]] during a NearDeathExperience, because his behavior concerning food hurt others in his life. Most notably, the time he ate his grandfather's entire birthday cake, lit candles and all.


* In Disney's ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'', the Walrus and the Carpenter are about to have a group of oysters for dinner. The Walrus tricks the Carpenter into going into the kitchen for some bread. When the Carpenter returns to the dining room he discovers that the Walrus has eaten all of the oysters ("They'd been eaten, every one!").

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* In Disney's ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'', ''WesternAnimation/AliceInWonderland'', the Walrus and the Carpenter are about to have a group of oysters for dinner. The Walrus tricks the Carpenter into going into the kitchen for some bread. When the Carpenter returns to the dining room he discovers that the Walrus has eaten all of the oysters ("They'd been eaten, every one!").


* ''Literature/WinnieThePooh'': Pooh decides to give a potful of hunny to Eeyore on his birthday, but on the way to Eeyore's house, Pooh forgets why he's carrying it and so snacks on it. When he gets to Eeyore's, Pooh realizes that he had been planning on giving the hunny as a gift but now he's eaten it all. All he has to give Eeyore is an empty pot.

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* ''Literature/WinnieThePooh'': Pooh decides to give a potful of hunny honey to Eeyore on his birthday, but on the way to Eeyore's house, Pooh forgets why he's carrying it and so snacks on it. When he gets to Eeyore's, Pooh realizes that he had been planning on giving the hunny honey as a gift but now he's eaten it all. All he has to give Eeyore is an empty pot. Eeyore doesn't actually like honey, [[KidsPreferBoxes but is very glad to have been given the empty pot]].


* In Chapter 33 of ''Manga/{{Ojojojo}}'', Tsurezure gets invited to a fancy party by Haru's father (who wanted a chance to do a proper MeetTheInlaws routine despite having previously met him). Afterwards, several of the guests comment on the fact that he ate all of the food.

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* In Chapter 33 of ''Manga/{{Ojojojo}}'', Tsurezure gets invited to a fancy party by Haru's father (who wanted a chance to do a proper MeetTheInlaws MeetTheInLaws routine despite having previously met him). Afterwards, several of the guests comment on the fact that he ate all of the food.

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* The King of Town from ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' is such a BigEater that he once ate an entire Thanksgiving banquet.
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This is a downside of being a BigEater. Compare IllTakeTwoBeersToo. The FatComicRelief is prone to this type of gag. This does not apply to situations where a character simply eats a lot of food.

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This is a downside of being a BigEater. Compare IllTakeTwoBeersToo.IllTakeTwoBeersToo and CutASliceTakeTheRest. The FatComicRelief is prone to this type of gag. This does not apply to situations where a character simply eats a lot of food.


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* ''Film/{{Fatso}}''. To help take his mind off Lydia going missing, Dom goes to get Chinese food for everybody on poker night, though the fact that everybody's order comes from the same restaurant Lydia favors only intensifies Dom's anquish, and on the way home, he tries to console himself with the food. By the time he finally makes it home, both of the large paper bags are full of empty Chinese containers, which he places in the trash, before sneaking back up to his room.

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* ''Film/{{Fatso}}''. To help take his mind off Lydia going missing, Dom goes to get Chinese food for everybody on poker night, though the fact that everybody's order comes from the same restaurant Lydia favors only intensifies Dom's anquish, and on the way home, he tries to console himself with the food. By the time he finally makes it home, both of the large paper bags are full of empty Chinese containers, which he places in the trash, before sneaking back up to his room.
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* ''Film/{{Fatso}}''. To help take his mind off Lydia going missing, Dom goes to get Chinese food for everybody on poker night, though the fact that everybody's order comes from the same restaurant Lydia favors only intensifies Dom's anquish, and on the way home, he tries to console himself with the food. By the time he finally makes it home, both of the large paper bags are full of empty Chinese containers, which he places in the trash, before sneaking back up to his room.
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MuppetBabies1984'' episode, "The Great Cookie Robbery", Nanny tasks Gonzo with giving each of the other babies one cookie from a box of cookies to help tide them over while she makes lunch. Gonzo, however, keeps the box of cookies for himself and eats every last cookie from it. [[LaserGuidedKarma Karma catches up with him at the end of the episode]] when he's too stuffed to even look at, let alone eat his peanut butter and banana sandwich that Nanny made for him.

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* In one strip of PVP, the gang sit down at Cole's house for Thanksgiving dinner, only for Skull to eat the whole turkey in one bite. Fortunately Cole saw this coming and had a spare ready.

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* In Chapter 33 of ''Manga/{{Ojojojo}}'', Tsurezure gets invited to a fancy party by Haru's father (who wanted a chance to do a proper MeetTheInlaws routine despite having previously met him). Afterwards, several of the guests comment on the fact that he ate all of the food.

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** A variation is shown in the episode "A Fridge too Far." The problem is that whenever any of the Loud siblings reserve leftovers, or any other type of food, and clearly state that it's not meant to be shared, the other siblings will happily eat said food without permission.


A character has access to a large amount of food, intended for a group, but ends up eating it all by themselves. Usually they'll start just intending to eat a small amount, either as a snack or just to taste it. However, they end up eating more and more of it over time until they have unintentionally consumed all of it.

This is a downside of being a BigEater. Compare IllTakeTwoBeersToo. This does not apply to situations where a character simply eats a lot of food.

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A This trope is when a character has access to a large amount of food, food that is intended for to be eaten by a group, but ends up eating it all of it by themselves. Usually Usually, they'll start just intending to eat a small amount, either as a snack or just to taste it. However, they end up eating more and more of it over time until they have unintentionally consumed all of it.

This is a downside of being a BigEater. Compare IllTakeTwoBeersToo. The FatComicRelief is prone to this type of gag. This does not apply to situations where a character simply eats a lot of food.


** In "Lincoln Loud: Girl Guru", Lincoln tries to use chocolate bars to make treats to sell at his school, only to find that his sisters, notorious "chocoholics", found them and ate them all.

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** In "Lincoln Loud: Girl Guru", when Lincoln tries and his friend Clyde are baking pies to use sell, as part of a class project, Lincoln goes to pantry for the chocolate bars to make treats to sell at his school, they'll use as filling only to find it missing. Lincoln then tells Clyde that his sisters, notorious "chocoholics", found them and ate them all.ten sisters are known "choco-holics," cue montage of the sisters with a contented expression on their chocolate smeared faces.



* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'', when Lincoln and his friend Clyde are baking pies to sell, as part of a class project, Lincoln goes to pantry for the chocolate they'll use as filling only to find it missing. Lincoln then tells Clyde that his ten sisters are known "choco-holics," cue montage of the sisters with a contented expression on their chocolate smeared faces.

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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'', when Lincoln and his friend Clyde are baking pies to sell, as part of a class project, Lincoln goes to pantry for the chocolate they'll use as filling only to find it missing. Lincoln then tells Clyde that his ten sisters are known "choco-holics," cue montage of the sisters with a contented expression on their chocolate smeared faces.

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