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[[folder:Pregnancy]]

I told that exercises after * [[https://painsolution.info/pregnancy-exercises-benefits-for-women/ pregnancy]] are just as important as exercises in pregnancy.

Just as you were told then to start slow and comfortable, itís even more critical now, as your body works its magic to recover after the stresses of the past nine months!

You feel ready to begin some pregnancy fitness, but has your doctor given you the okay yet?

Depending on what type of delivery theyíve had, many women wait to begin a * [[https://painsolution.info/pregnancy-exercises-benefits-for-women/ pregnancy exercises program]] until after their six or eight-week checkup. Although, if your doctor gives you the go-ahead earlier, and your body is up to it, you may be able to begin sooner with walking and some simple yoga or Pilates stretches.

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[[folder:Pregnancy]]

I told that exercises after
[[folder:Pro Wrestling]]
* [[https://painsolution.info/pregnancy-exercises-benefits-for-women/ pregnancy]] are just In the [[Wrestling/{{WWE}} WWF]] in 2001, Commissioner Wrestling/WilliamRegal drank some tea which Wrestling/ChrisJericho had urinated in. He found the taste... interesting.
* In another infamous episode the Wrestling/BigBossman fed Wrestling/AlSnow his (Snow's) pet chihuahua Pepper
as important "Pepper Steak."
* At one point, [[Wrestling/JohnTenta Earthquake]] crushed [[Wrestling/JakeRoberts Jake "the Snake"'s]] pet boa, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hu_XaibwjaE then served it
as exercises in pregnancy.

Just as you
"Quakeburgers" to the commentators.]] Wrestling/BobbyHeenan was the only one to realize what they were told then to start slow and comfortable, itís even more critical now, as your body works its magic to recover after the stresses of the past nine months!

You feel ready to begin some pregnancy fitness, but has your doctor given you the okay yet?

Depending on what type of delivery theyíve had, many women wait to begin a * [[https://painsolution.info/pregnancy-exercises-benefits-for-women/ pregnancy exercises program]] until after their six or eight-week checkup. Although, if your doctor gives you the go-ahead earlier, and your body is up to
eating before it was too late. He still ''ate'' it, you may be able to begin sooner with walking and some simple yoga or Pilates stretches.being a {{Heel}}.
* On July 4, 2016, Chris Jericho found a used bandage in his food, sending him into UnstoppableRage.



[[folder:People Laughing]]
Why are *[[https://painsolution.info/people-laughing/ people laughing?]] It does not get abundant more comfortable than this, some sensible chuckles and youíll air your thanks to higher health.

Extensive analysis has been done on the correlation between people laughing and health and overwhelming the findings support the likelihood that laughter is that the best medication.

And thatís no joke!

Due to the therapeutic benefits of laughter, itís straightforward to grasp why laughter medical aid. Additionally known as humor medical aid, has emerged as a growing trend in providing folks with a healthier lifestyle.

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[[folder:People Laughing]]
Why are *[[https://painsolution.info/people-laughing/ people laughing?]] It does not get abundant more comfortable than this, some sensible chuckles and youíll air your thanks to higher health.

Extensive analysis has been done on the correlation between people laughing and health and overwhelming the findings support the likelihood
[[folder:Radio]]
* From an episode of ''Radio/TheGoonShow'' (paraphrased from memory):
-->'''Grytpype''': What's
that laughter smell, Moriarty?
-->'''Moriarty''': Here. Taste, taste.
-->'''Grytpype''': Mmm, delicious. What
is that the best medication.

And thatís no joke!

Due to the therapeutic benefits of laughter, itís straightforward to grasp why laughter medical aid. Additionally known as humor medical aid, has emerged as a growing trend in providing folks with a healthier lifestyle.
it?
-->'''Moriarty''': Your laundry.



[[folder:Pro Wrestling]]
* In the [[Wrestling/{{WWE}} WWF]] in 2001, Commissioner Wrestling/WilliamRegal drank some tea which Wrestling/ChrisJericho had urinated in. He found the taste... interesting.
* In another infamous episode the Wrestling/BigBossman fed Wrestling/AlSnow his (Snow's) pet chihuahua Pepper as "Pepper Steak."
* At one point, [[Wrestling/JohnTenta Earthquake]] crushed [[Wrestling/JakeRoberts Jake "the Snake"'s]] pet boa, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hu_XaibwjaE then served it as "Quakeburgers" to the commentators.]] Wrestling/BobbyHeenan was the only one to realize what they were eating before it was too late. He still ''ate'' it, being a {{Heel}}.
* On July 4, 2016, Chris Jericho found a used bandage in his food, sending him into UnstoppableRage.

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[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* In ''TabletopGame/{{Paranoia}}'', the Matter Eater mutant power lets you eat anything, and get sustenance out of it if it's organic. Useful when you need to EatTheEvidence.
* Also shows up as an anecdotal example in the Ancient Rome setting for ''TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem''.
In the [[Wrestling/{{WWE}} WWF]] in 2001, Commissioner Wrestling/WilliamRegal drank some tea setting, vampires are capable of enthralling humans to serve them by giving them a taste of blood; with three tastes, the "blood bond" sticks for a damn long time. So this vampire whose family doesn't know he's dead keeps visiting them for dinner, and brings along these ''delicious'' blood sausages...
* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'':
** Khorne Berserkers are [[ClingyCostume fused into their power armor,]]
which Wrestling/ChrisJericho had urinated in. He found recycles the taste... interesting.
* In another infamous episode
Space Marine's waste into a bland, tasteless nutrient paste.
** For that matter, if you're invited to a party, and you even ''think'' that they might have something to do with Slaanesh, you don't want to accept in
the Wrestling/BigBossman fed Wrestling/AlSnow his (Snow's) pet chihuahua Pepper as "Pepper Steak."
* At one point, [[Wrestling/JohnTenta Earthquake]] crushed [[Wrestling/JakeRoberts Jake "the Snake"'s]] pet boa, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hu_XaibwjaE then served it as "Quakeburgers"
first place, but you ''really'' don't want to know what's in the commentators.]] Wrestling/BobbyHeenan was food, wine and drugs.
** Similarly, never accept high-end foods from your Dark Eldar slavers; they will not agree with your stomach, or your sanity.
* An event in ''TabletopGame/ArkhamHorror'' involves your [[PlayerCharacter investigator]] stumbling across a table of food and helping himself. Depending on how much you [[FailedASpotCheck fail
the only one to perception check]], you'll either go on your merry way, or have some of your stats restored. But if you pass it, your investigator will realize to his horror just what they were eating before it the stuff was too late. He still ''ate'' it, being a {{Heel}}.
* On July 4, 2016, Chris Jericho found a used bandage in his food, sending him into UnstoppableRage.
and lose points on the SanityMeter.



[[folder:Radio]]
* From an episode of ''Radio/TheGoonShow'' (paraphrased from memory):
-->'''Grytpype''': What's that smell, Moriarty?
-->'''Moriarty''': Here. Taste, taste.
-->'''Grytpype''': Mmm, delicious. What is it?
-->'''Moriarty''': Your laundry.
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[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* In ''TabletopGame/{{Paranoia}}'', the Matter Eater mutant power lets you eat anything, and get sustenance out of it if it's organic. Useful when you need to EatTheEvidence.
* Also shows up as an anecdotal example in the Ancient Rome setting for ''TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem''. In the setting, vampires are capable of enthralling humans to serve them by giving them a taste of blood; with three tastes, the "blood bond" sticks for a damn long time. So this vampire whose family doesn't know he's dead keeps visiting them for dinner, and brings along these ''delicious'' blood sausages...
* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'':
** Khorne Berserkers are [[ClingyCostume fused into their power armor,]] which recycles the Space Marine's waste into a bland, tasteless nutrient paste.
** For that matter, if you're invited to a party, and you even ''think'' that they might have something to do with Slaanesh, you don't want to accept in the first place, but you ''really'' don't want to know what's in the food, wine and drugs.
** Similarly, never accept high-end foods from your Dark Eldar slavers; they will not agree with your stomach, or your sanity.
* An event in ''TabletopGame/ArkhamHorror'' involves your [[PlayerCharacter investigator]] stumbling across a table of food and helping himself. Depending on how much you [[FailedASpotCheck fail the perception check]], you'll either go on your merry way, or have some of your stats restored. But if you pass it, your investigator will realize to his horror just what the stuff was and lose points on the SanityMeter.
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[[folder:People Laughing]]
Why are *[[https://painsolution.info/people-laughing/ people laughing?]] It does not get abundant more comfortable than this, some sensible chuckles and youíll air your thanks to higher health.

Extensive analysis has been done on the correlation between people laughing and health and overwhelming the findings support the likelihood that laughter is that the best medication.

And thatís no joke!

Due to the therapeutic benefits of laughter, itís straightforward to grasp why laughter medical aid. Additionally known as humor medical aid, has emerged as a growing trend in providing folks with a healthier lifestyle.
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[[folder:People Laughing]]
Why are *[[https://painsolution.info/people-laughing/ people laughing?]] It does not get abundant more comfortable than this, some sensible chuckles and youíll air your thanks to higher health.

Extensive analysis has been done on the correlation between people laughing and health and overwhelming the findings support the likelihood that laughter is that the best medication.

And thatís no joke!

Due to the therapeutic benefits of laughter, itís straightforward to grasp why laughter medical aid. Additionally known as humor medical aid, has emerged as a growing trend in providing folks with a healthier lifestyle.
[[/folder]]


[[folder:Advertising]]
* One commercial begins with a couple waking up to their kids serving them pancakes in bed. The dad takes a big bite as the mom [[OhCrap realizes something]] and whispers to him, "We don't have the stuff to make pancakes." That's when it's revealed to be a commercial for Pepto Bismol. The extended version of the commercial takes it even a step further as the girl proudly adds, [[NauseaFuel "We made the syrup too."]]
* A PSA showing a glass of yellow fluid is captioned "Lemonade? Or paint thinner? If you can't tell, your kids can't either."

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[[folder:Advertising]]
* One commercial begins
[[folder:People Laughing]]
Why are *[[https://painsolution.info/people-laughing/ people laughing?]] It does not get abundant more comfortable than this, some sensible chuckles and youíll air your thanks to higher health.

Extensive analysis has been done on the correlation between people laughing and health and overwhelming the findings support the likelihood that laughter is that the best medication.

And thatís no joke!

Due to the therapeutic benefits of laughter, itís straightforward to grasp why laughter medical aid. Additionally known as humor medical aid, has emerged as a growing trend in providing folks
with a couple waking up to their kids serving them pancakes in bed. The dad takes a big bite as the mom [[OhCrap realizes something]] and whispers to him, "We don't have the stuff to make pancakes." That's when it's revealed to be a commercial for Pepto Bismol. The extended version of the commercial takes it even a step further as the girl proudly adds, [[NauseaFuel "We made the syrup too."]]
* A PSA showing a glass of yellow fluid is captioned "Lemonade? Or paint thinner? If you can't tell, your kids can't either."
healthier lifestyle.


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[[folder:Advertising]]
* One commercial begins with a couple waking up to their kids serving them pancakes in bed. The dad takes a big bite as the mom [[OhCrap realizes something]] and whispers to him, "We don't have the stuff to make pancakes." That's when it's revealed to be a commercial for Pepto Bismol. The extended version of the commercial takes it even a step further as the girl proudly adds, [[NauseaFuel "We made the syrup too."]]
* A PSA showing a glass of yellow fluid is captioned "Lemonade? Or paint thinner? If you can't tell, your kids can't either."
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[[folder:Pregnancy]]

I told that exercises after * [[https://painsolution.info/pregnancy-exercises-benefits-for-women/ pregnancy]] are just as important as exercises in pregnancy.

Just as you were told then to start slow and comfortable, itís even more critical now, as your body works its magic to recover after the stresses of the past nine months!

You feel ready to begin some pregnancy fitness, but has your doctor given you the okay yet?

Depending on what type of delivery theyíve had, many women wait to begin a * [[https://painsolution.info/pregnancy-exercises-benefits-for-women/ pregnancy exercises program]] until after their six or eight-week checkup. Although, if your doctor gives you the go-ahead earlier, and your body is up to it, you may be able to begin sooner with walking and some simple yoga or Pilates stretches.
[[/folder]]


* [[https://painsolution.info/bone-hurting-juice/ Sweet Jesus Pooh, That's Not Honey]] is an exploitable meme consisting of a comic where Pooh eats what he thinks is honey until Tigger informs him it is something else. The original comic had it that Pooh was eating Tigger's father's ashes, but most versions of the meme substitute other things that are either just as unpleasant to eat or something that can't really be consumed.

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* [[https://painsolution.info/bone-hurting-juice/ [[https://knowyourmeme.com/memes/sweet-jesus-pooh-thats-not-honey Sweet Jesus Pooh, That's Not Honey]] is an exploitable meme consisting of a comic where Pooh eats what he thinks is honey until Tigger informs him it is something else. The original comic had it that Pooh was eating Tigger's father's ashes, but most versions of the meme substitute other things that are either just as unpleasant to eat or something that can't really be consumed.


* [[http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/sweet-jesus-pooh-thats-not-honey Sweet Jesus Pooh, That's Not Honey]] is an exploitable meme consisting of a comic where Pooh eats what he thinks is honey until Tigger informs him it is something else. The original comic had it that Pooh was eating Tigger's father's ashes, but most versions of the meme substitute other things that are either just as unpleasant to eat or something that can't really be consumed.
* [[http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/bone-hurting-juice Bone Hurting Juice]], an anti-meme derived from the aforementioned "Sweet Jesus Pooh, That's Not Honey" meme, involves people unknowingly drinking a juice that causes them to feel pain in their bones.

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* [[http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/sweet-jesus-pooh-thats-not-honey [[https://painsolution.info/bone-hurting-juice/ Sweet Jesus Pooh, That's Not Honey]] is an exploitable meme consisting of a comic where Pooh eats what he thinks is honey until Tigger informs him it is something else. The original comic had it that Pooh was eating Tigger's father's ashes, but most versions of the meme substitute other things that are either just as unpleasant to eat or something that can't really be consumed.
* [[http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/bone-hurting-juice [[https://painsolution.info/bone-hurting-juice/ Bone Hurting Juice]], an anti-meme derived from the aforementioned "Sweet Jesus Pooh, That's Not Honey" meme, involves people unknowingly drinking a juice that causes them to feel pain in their bones.


* In ''Literature/TheHelp'', a servant does this to her employer. Let's just say, it's a chocolate cake, and what she puts into it is brown. She later tells the employer what, exactly, it was. And that's why you should never be mean to the people who cook your food. (Or accept food from people you treated horribly.)

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* In ''Literature/TheHelp'', a servant does this to her employer. Let's just say, it's a chocolate cake, pie, and what she puts into it is brown. She later tells the employer what, exactly, it was. And that's why you should never be mean to the people who cook your food. (Or accept food from people you treated horribly.)

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* In ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'', Dopey chases down a bar of soap that keeps slipping out of his hands. Amidst the slapstick the soap ends up flying into his mouth without him noticing. He persists in looking for the soap, but only after hiccuping bubbles does he eventually figure out where it went; complete with him feeling up his belly in disbelief until the hiccups continue.


[[folder:Comic Books]]
* In ''ComicBook/AmericanBornChinese'', the caricature Chin-Kee urinates into someone's can of CocaCola as part of a prank. When the character later discovers this, he [[VomitDiscretionShot throws up]].
** There is a [[http://www.chinesejokes.net/jokes.php?action=read&joke=1339 (horribly racist) joke]] along those same lines. Chin-Kee is supposed to be [[EthnicScrappy a horribly ugly caricature]] of every negative Asian stereotype ever. ItMakesSenseInContext.
* In ''ComicBook/BlueMonday'', one of the events in an escalating prank war involved the boys sneaking pubic hair into the girls food. When the girls find out, two of them shriek and fling their burgers away in disgust, but the third one doesn't mind the taste.
* ''ComicBook/{{Chew}}''. The protagonist psychically knows the past of everything he eats (except beets). He ends up using his powers to [[{{Pun}} take a bite out of crime]] as all he has to do is eat a piece of, say, a murder victim to know exactly what happened to him. Expect plenty of {{squick}}. He first discovers his powers when checking out a lead on [[ItMakesSenseInContext a place illegally serving chicken soup]]. It turns out to be [[ImAHumanitarian something else entirely]].
* ''ComicBook/{{Rat-Man}}'' author Leo Ortolani once made a spoof of the ''Film/StarWars'' prequel trilogy. The character Dark Mouse, a parody of Darth Maul, was asked by his master (an expy of Emperor Palpatine) about what evil deeds he did that day, and he answered: "Did you think it was beer in that glass I gave you before?". Some time later, the master replied: "Did you think the cake you ate before was a chocolate one?".
* In a story from the [[Franchise/ArchieComics Little Archie]] comic, one of Little Dilton's inventions receives an alien cooking show. Little Jughead makes up a batch of cookies, following a recipe from the show. People love them until they find out what is in them. Among the ingredients are [[spoiler:wood chips]].
* In an issue of ''ComicBook/SecretSix'', Cheshire and Dr. Psycho dined with ComicBook/VandalSavage after failing him. During the meal, Cheshire suspiciously asks what the food was. The answer: [[spoiler: Solomon Grundy]]. Cheshire throws up, while Psycho asks for more, and Vandal Savage delivers the immortal line:
-->Shut up and eat your [[spoiler:Grundy]].
* ''ComicBook/{{Hellblazer}}'' had a story where [[{{Satan}} the First of the Fallen]] showed up to collect the soul of Constantine's friend Brendan, a consummate drinker and magician. One of his last tricks was performing a working that would turn a spring under his house into pure stout, and John claims to want to "upstage" Brendan by sharing a drink with the prince of darkness. It's only once the stout goes down that John reveals the spring was blessed by a saint, making the base of the stout holy water. The First's reaction: "Interesting -- what?" [[HolyBurnsEvil And then John cuts off the spell, turning the stout back into holy water.]]
* In ''ComicBook/{{Persepolis}}'', for a while, the author has to wait tables in Austria. When one of the guests molests her, the cook sneakily avenges her by spitting on his schnitzel.
* When ComicBook/AdamWarlock gained possession of the all-powerful Infinity Gems) from Thanos, he was ordered by the Living Tribunal to separate the Gems so that they might never be used in conjunction again. As a result, he formed the Infinity Watch, and distributed them among the six members (himself included). In the case of Drax the Destroyer, whom he gave the Power Gem to, Drax, suffering from brain damage at the time which had reduced his intelligence and personality to that of a child, thought it was candy and swallowed it. For a long time, it remained in his non-functional stomach, and even when he regained his true intelligence, he never truly figured out how to use it only able to do so subconsciously. (Everyone he gave the Gems to could be trusted not to abuse their powers for one reason or another, which was the reason he chose each of them.)
* ''ComicBook/RedEars'': There's a comic in which a soldier and his buddies are going out on the town and when they get back to the motel open a package with some cookies that the soldier's wife sent him. Included is a video in which she admits that she's cheating on him, fellates the guy in question and spits out the result in the cookie dough. Cut to the soldiers face down on the toilet.
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[[folder:Comic Books]]
* In ''ComicBook/AmericanBornChinese'', the caricature Chin-Kee urinates into someone's can of CocaCola as part of a prank. When the character later discovers this, he [[VomitDiscretionShot throws up]].
** There is a [[http://www.chinesejokes.net/jokes.php?action=read&joke=1339 (horribly racist) joke]] along those same lines. Chin-Kee is supposed to be [[EthnicScrappy a horribly ugly caricature]] of every negative Asian stereotype ever. ItMakesSenseInContext.
* In ''ComicBook/BlueMonday'', one of the events in an escalating prank war involved the boys sneaking pubic hair into the girls food. When the girls find out, two of them shriek and fling their burgers away in disgust, but the third one doesn't mind the taste.
* ''ComicBook/{{Chew}}''. The protagonist psychically knows the past of everything he eats (except beets). He ends up using his powers to [[{{Pun}} take a bite out of crime]] as all he has to do is eat a piece of, say, a murder victim to know exactly what happened to him. Expect plenty of {{squick}}. He first discovers his powers when checking out a lead on [[ItMakesSenseInContext a place illegally serving chicken soup]]. It turns out to be [[ImAHumanitarian something else entirely]].
* ''ComicBook/{{Rat-Man}}'' author Leo Ortolani once made a spoof of the ''Film/StarWars'' prequel trilogy. The character Dark Mouse, a parody of Darth Maul, was asked by his master (an expy of Emperor Palpatine) about what evil deeds he did that day, and he answered: "Did you think it was beer in that glass I gave you before?". Some time later, the master replied: "Did you think the cake you ate before was a chocolate one?".
* In a story from the [[Franchise/ArchieComics Little Archie]] comic, one of Little Dilton's inventions receives an alien cooking show. Little Jughead makes up a batch of cookies, following a recipe from the show. People love them until they find out what is in them. Among the ingredients are [[spoiler:wood chips]].
* In an issue of ''ComicBook/SecretSix'', Cheshire and Dr. Psycho dined with ComicBook/VandalSavage after failing him. During the meal, Cheshire suspiciously asks what the food was. The answer: [[spoiler: Solomon Grundy]]. Cheshire throws up, while Psycho asks for more, and Vandal Savage delivers the immortal line:
-->Shut up and eat your [[spoiler:Grundy]].
* ''ComicBook/{{Hellblazer}}'' had a story where [[{{Satan}} the First of the Fallen]] showed up to collect the soul of Constantine's friend Brendan, a consummate drinker and magician. One of his last tricks was performing a working that would turn a spring under his house into pure stout, and John claims to want to "upstage" Brendan by sharing a drink with the prince of darkness. It's only once the stout goes down that John reveals the spring was blessed by a saint, making the base of the stout holy water. The First's reaction: "Interesting -- what?" [[HolyBurnsEvil And then John cuts off the spell, turning the stout back into holy water.]]
* In ''ComicBook/{{Persepolis}}'', for a while, the author has to wait tables in Austria. When one of the guests molests her, the cook sneakily avenges her by spitting on his schnitzel.
* When ComicBook/AdamWarlock gained possession of the all-powerful Infinity Gems) from Thanos, he was ordered by the Living Tribunal to separate the Gems so that they might never be used in conjunction again. As a result, he formed the Infinity Watch, and distributed them among the six members (himself included). In the case of Drax the Destroyer, whom he gave the Power Gem to, Drax, suffering from brain damage at the time which had reduced his intelligence and personality to that of a child, thought it was candy and swallowed it. For a long time, it remained in his non-functional stomach, and even when he regained his true intelligence, he never truly figured out how to use it only able to do so subconsciously. (Everyone he gave the Gems to could be trusted not to abuse their powers for one reason or another, which was the reason he chose each of them.)
* ''ComicBook/RedEars'': There's a comic in which a soldier and his buddies are going out on the town and when they get back to the motel open a package with some cookies that the soldier's wife sent him. Included is a video in which she admits that she's cheating on him, fellates the guy in question and spits out the result in the cookie dough. Cut to the soldiers face down on the toilet.
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[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''Divorce Court'': The 1980s version had an episode where the wife fixed her husband and his beer-drinking friends chili ... not informing them until afterward that the "meat" was actually dog food. Fortunately, none of the guys became seriously ill, although there was plenty of vomiting.
* In ''Series/{{Fringe}}'', Walter is growing an artificial ear in an organic incubator, but Peter almost eats it thinking it's an omelette.
* In ''Series/{{JAG}}'', Harm and Mac are in Iran meeting with a Bedouin chief in his tent to make a deal for the stealth jet he "confiscated" after it went down in the desert. Harm is given a cup of something. Upon asking what it is, the Bedouin chief says it is camel milk. Harm looks at it for a while, shrugs, drinks it and says it is pretty good. All while Mac looks on incredulously.
* ''Series/NightCourt'' - Art, the courthouse's fix-it man, fixed Harry's coffeemaker and used some powder labeled "Herb" to test it.
-->'''Harry:''' Hey, this thing's empty!
-->'''Art:''' Oh that, yeah I'm sorry, Your Honor, I had to use that herb tea to test the coffee maker.
-->'''Harry:''' Art, this wasn't herb tea! This was Herb!
-->''They look over and see Dan standing at the coffee maker, his mug frozen against his lips''
** Actually, it was the ashes of a man named Herb contained in an urn, and there was no label.
* The famous "Crunchy Frog" sketch from ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus''. While one could make the argument that eating a chocolate-covered (raw, baby[[note]]Shouldn't that be a tadpole?[[/note]]) frog isn't ''that'' weird [[note]]They eat frog's legs, don't they?[[/note]], the "Spring Surprise" [[spoiler:which shoots steel bolts through your cheeks]] ''definitely'' qualifies for this trope. (Besides, the ingredients were quite clearly listed on the label. It's your own fault if you don't read them.)
** In the ''Life of Python'' retrospective, Eric Idle recounts a sketch he had written, which some of the other Pythons refused to do. It involved a wine tasting, where the taster would pronounce his judgement on a succession of wines, only to told after each glass that it was actually urine.
** Another sketch had a policeman planting a bag on the floor of actor Sandy Camp (Eric Idle) that he must "confiscate and take to headquarters for clinical testing." When the bag is opened:
-->'''Camp:''' Sandwiches?
-->'''Policeman:''' Sandwiches?! Blimey! Whatever did I give the wife?
* ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'',
** In one episode, Al Bundy was doing his famous Bundy burgers and needed ash from all his previous grilling in order to give it a flavor. Peggy spilled the ashes and so she sent her kids all around the neighborhood to get more ashes. Kelly found some in an urn at the Rhodes household that held Marcy's beloved Aunt Toody. The results of discovering it was hilarious. [[spoiler: Steven, who hated Marcy's aunt, just grinned and took a huge bite of the burger.]]
** In another episode, Kelly and Bud had to give Buck - the dog - a pill for constipation, but Buck, being fussy, wouldn't take a pill unless it was put in food. So they tried putting it in cheese, but he was still reluctant to eat it. The Al came in, noticed the cheese and ate it. Then it got worse. Two scenes later, Peg was trying to get Buck to take his medicine, this time putting it inside a bon-bon, but still having no luck. ''Again'', Al came in, noticed the bon-bon, and ate it. (Exactly what the end result of him taking ''two'' dog laxatives were was never shown.)
** Yet another episode, Al becomes hungry enough to make a sandwich using toothpaste. Then Steve comes in, and in the midst of their discussion, nonchalantly picks it up and tries it. ([[SarcasmMode "How about some floss to go with that, Steve?"]] asks Al.)
* In the ''Series/GilligansIsland'' episode "Operation: Steam Heat", when a volcano threatens to destroy the island, the Professor plans to make a bomb using liquid nitroglycerine to stop it from erupting. Gilligan drinks what the Skipper thinks is the nitro, and for about five tense minutes, he and several other members of the cast are afraid he's going to explode. [[spoiler:Fortunately, when they find the Professor, it turns out it was just water he was going to use to dilute the explosive.]]
* In ''Series/{{Friends}}'', Joey sometimes experiences this (such as when he drunk from a glass of fat). Subverted with Joey's reaction the Shepard's Trifle. He actually liked it, despite knowing what was in it.
--> '''Joey:''' What's not to like? Jam? Good. Custard? Good. Meat? '''GOOD!'''
** In "The One With the Racecar Bed", Rachel admits to adding body fluids to the drinks she serves to people who don't tip her sufficiently.
* Occurs at times on the nature show ''Series/ManVsWild''. One notable example was when Bear drank water squeezed out of a pile of elephant dung.
* In the ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' episode "Wildlife", Detective Elliot Stabler goes undercover in an animal-smuggling ring when a woman is found dead as a result of a mauling by a tiger. When the head of the ring offers him some meat while discussing his plans, Elliot notices that a tiger that was there the first time he visited is missing...
-->'''Elliot:''' So where's the tiger?
-->'''Andre Bushido:''' He's a tasty one, isn't he?
-->'''Elliot:''' ''({{Beat}})'' ...I never enjoyed tiger meat before...
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'':
** In the episode ''[[Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS1E6ThePack The Pack]]'', Xander, and a group of bullies, get possessed by a hyena spirit. At the same time as Sunnydale High gets a live pig as a mascot. They eat it. Xander is ''not'' happy to find out he ate a raw pig. [[spoiler: At least he didn't [[ImAHumanitarian eat the principal]], like the rest of the pack.]]
** In the Season 3 episode "Helpless", a depowered Buffy takes out a vampire by [[spoiler: tricking him into drinking holy water.]]
** Subverted in the Season 6 "Doublemeat Palace" episode, where everything was pointing to the fast-food hamburgers being made of people, but turned out to be merely vegetable matter. Xander does this twice beforehand though, before he learns the truth.
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crFVwx_lae8 This hilarious moment]] from the GameShow ''Series/ToTellTheTruth'' fits the letter of the law, if not the spirit. (Mentioning the more proper Trope would spoil it for you, the viewer.)
* Squicky example: in one ''Series/AshesToAshes2008'' episode, a man is killed in a chip shop and it's implied that some of his more personal bits have been cut off and fried. Cut to Ray in another room, picking up said fried bit and eating it, thinking it's a sausage. He spends the afternoon with a bottle of mouthwash. [[spoiler: Alex later tells Ray that it was just a sausage and he's being pranked by some of the other guys from the station.]]
* Kryten's wine brewed from urine recyc in ''Series/RedDwarf'' qualifies, In a deleted scene, he claims it's "margaritas" to get the unsuspecting crew to drink it. The taste and foam mustache gives it away almost immediately though.
** Lister ends up on the receiving end of this trope a number of times as the Dwarf's supplies run low. Such as in the second season premiere when Holly informs him that they ran out of cow milk a while ago and switched to the emergency backup supply, dog's milk.
** In the series 10 episode, Lemons, Lister finds what he takes to be a handful of random cuts of meat in a freezer near Kryten's quarters and starts cooking them up - only to have them stolen by Cat. Later, Kryten is trying to convince the crew he's qualified to [[ItMakesSenseInContext perform a medical procedure on Jesus]], he mentions removing various diseased organs from Lister, which he kept in the freezer by his quarters for some inexplicable reason. Cat's reaction is surprisingly understated.
* ''Series/SpaceCases'' gives us a more comedic example, though we never find out what the mystery substance is. The ''Christa'' is stranded on a planet and three of the cast are sitting around a fire, where the following exchange occurs.
--> '''Harlan:''' Ugh! What is that?
--> '''Bova:''' Don't know. I found it over there. On the ground.
--> '''Harlan:''' ... Why are you cooking something that's not even ''food''?
--> '''[[DeadpanSnarker Bova]]:''' Why are you ''eating'' something that's not even food?
* ''Series/{{Farscape}}''
** Jool is given fellip urine as as a very strange form of anesthesia to treat an arrow wound to the elbow. Because of the intoxicating effects of the painkiller, Jool is too amused to be horrified... until later. It gets played for laughs, however, and eventually leads to [[BreakTheHaughty breaking her haughtiness]].
** Another episode, in which the crew of Moya is out of food, John tried making "fried dentiks" [[ItMakesSenseInContext little caterpillar things that clean your teeth.]] Somewhat subverted in that the whole crew warns him its a bad idea, and he clearly agrees. Rygel didn't seem to mind, though.
** In "Coup By Clam", this is the crew's reaction when a doctor casually informs them that the AlienLunch they've just eaten will give them fatal food poisoning. Their first reaction is SpitTake, their next response is to stick guns in his face. As the doctor is WithholdingTheCure unless they pay up, neither reaction does them any good.
* On ''Series/TheHoneymooners'', Alice takes care of a dog, and heats up some dog food on the stove. Ralph and Ed find it, taste it and like it, and Ralph sees a money-making opportunity to market this delicious appetizer, inviting his boss over to sample it - that's when Alice tells them all what they've been eating.
* Similar to the ''Honeymooners'' example, an episode of ''Series/ThreesCompany'' had Mr. Roper eat some dog food he mistook for a stew Jack had whipped up. He reported it was much better than his wife's cooking and asked Jack to give her the recipe.
* In ''Series/PowerRangersRPM'', Ziggy starts eating the pink goop Gem and Gemma cook up before being told it's plastic explosives.
* In ''Series/YesDear'', Jimmy starts eats a bite of homemade play-dough. After finding out what it is, he asks if it could hurt him, and when told it couldn't, continues eating. Another time he tastes 'yogurt' that is actually Apricot Face Scrub. This time, he doesn't bother to ask if it's safe before he continues eating.
* An episode of ''Series/TheGoldenGirls'' has Dorothy eating some snacks Rose left behind while the latter was taking care of a live chicken. Then the following dialogue happens:
-->'''Dorothy''': Not bad. What is it?
-->'''Rose''': I'm not sure. The pet owner calls it "chicken chow".
** In another episode, Sophia interjects a conversation by mentioning the time she made a meal with what she thought was chicken only for Dorothy to cut her off. Dorothy tries to get back to the topic at hand before suddenly turning to her mother and saying "Oh God it wasn't my confirmation dinner was it?!"
--->'''Sophia''': Your Pop sure made everyone laugh when he made the little feet dance.
* Subverted in an episode of ''Series/TrailerParkBoys'', when Bubbles falsely tells Barb Lahey that the hot dog she is eating (home-made by Sam Losco) had been 'licked by cats', in order to ruin Sam's date with Barb.
* Done many times in ''Series/ICarly''. After coming back from a jog with his GirlOfTheWeek, Spencer reaches for a glass of what appears to be water, then spits it out.
-->'''Spencer''': That's not water!
-->'''Veronica''': What is it?!
-->'''Spencer''': I don't know!
** And as a gag for their webshow:
-->'''Sam''': ''(while Carly is drinking water) Do you remember when you asked me to give you ketchup?
-->'''Carly''': Mhm.
-->'''Sam''': It was actually chicken's blood.
-->'''Carly''': ''(SpitTake)''
* In an episode of ''Series/{{One Day at a Time|1975}}'', Ann is mixing a bowl of what looks like cake batter. Barbara enters the kitchen, dips her finger in the bowl, and takes a taste. Finding what she ate delicious, she asks Ann what's in the bowl. Ann's reply: "A facial."
* Done in ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'' as a BriarPatching stunt. Malcolm is shown making the world's most disgusting sandwich, taking crud from the fridge, from the sink drain, from under the couch, and so on, putting it all between two slices of bread. He sits down to eat it... whereupon Reese immediately swoops in to steal it, and takes a bite before he realizes he's been had. Malcolm turns to the camera and says he [[DumbassTeenageSon never gets tired of that prank]].
* In one episode of ''Series/{{Monk}}'', Natalie is afraid of a voodoo curse and Monk takes her to a shaman to help her "get rid" of it. He initiates a complicated ritual with a potion made of... [[{{Squick}} questionable]] ingredients. She hurries to drink it, but the man, horrified, tells her it was supposed to be applied to the skin. Cue rush to the hospital with attempted homicide included.
* In an episode of ''Series/CriminalMinds'', it is revealed at the end that the unsub had [[spoiler: made a dish out of one of his victims and fed it to the townsfolk. [[CaptainObvious They weren't happy]]]].
* On ''Series/ThirtyRock'' Liz underwent an episode-long pregnancy scare that turned out to be caused by her "Sabor de Soledad" Mexican cheese curls having evaporated bull semen in them. Not only is this seen as a selling point, (young women use them for birth control, and a later cutaway gag showed them being advertised as having "mas semen del toro!") it doesn't stop Liz and Jack from eating them after discovering the secret ingredient.
* ''Series/{{CSI}}'':
** In "Crow's Feet", the victim was engaging in urophagia, aka urine drinking for medical purposes.
** In "Last Supper", contestants on a cooking show realise that what they are eating during a palate test human flesh when one of them finds a contact lens in her mouth. She does a SpitTake on realising that she has a human eyeball in her move.
* ''Series/{{CSINY}}'' had an episode with exotic insect cuisine. Insects are eaten in some places, but probably not the giant centipedes Danny and Flack get offered. Flack refuses, but Danny goes "I'm from the lower east side" and slurps it down. Later, more insect cuisine is consumed when it's brought back the lab. But only by Danny and Lindsay, the rest went for pizza in Mac's office. When Danny set out the dishes, including such delicacies as mealworm spaghetti and grasshopper chutney, Lindsay shrugs, grabs a fried spider and takes a huge bite while everyone else looks on in varying degrees of shock and queasiness. She later chastises Danny for betting against a country girl(her).
* In an episode of ''Series/LostGirl'' called "Food for Thought," Kenzi helped herself to some soup that was simmering on the stove in the kitchen of a fae household she was visiting with Bo and Lauren. She had already eaten some of it by the time they told her [[ImAHumanitarian what it was made of]]. She was not pleased.
* ''Series/MidsomerMurders'': In "The Night of the Stag", Barnaby drinks half a pint of cider from a barrel that has a dead body floating in it. It causes him to throw up even before the body is discovered.
** In fact, the fact that people that drank cider from that particular barrel first found it oddly bad-tasting and then became sick is one of the major reasons ''why'' they check on the barrel and find the body.
%% * ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' - George served scrambled eggs secretly laced with lobster to Jerry's girlfriend, revealing it after she ate... many people would love this combination (she did until she knew what it was), but she followed a kosher diet. This was his revenge for her telling his girlfriend about his "shrinkage".
* ''Series/{{Being Human|UK}}'' featured this trope twice in the same episode. A flashback to the 1950s involved vampire [[spoiler: Cutler]], who had been recently turned by [[spoiler: Hal]], and was still reluctant to kill, being ordered to kill his human wife. He refuses. Later we see the two vampires meet up again in a pub with a few other vampires, and his sire assures him that it's fine if he doesn't kill, as the group needs him instead for his [[spoiler: [[AmoralAttorney position as a lawyer]]]] and pours him a glass of blood. He starts to drink it, while all the other vampires begin to laugh. Confused, he allows his sire to lead him down to a cellar, and [[DespairEventHorizon is horrified to see his dead wife lying on a table, with a tube from her neck leading into a jar of blood.]] In modern times, [[MagnificentBastard the same vampire]] is [[WellDoneSonGuy trying to persuade]] [[TheAtoner his sire]] to take part in his evil plans for world domination, and persuades him to have his first blood in over [[spoiler: fifty five]] years, by offering him a glass. The sire is then [[IHateYouVampireDad dragged downstairs to the basement]], and it is revealed to be the blood of the now dead [[spoiler: Scottish girl who was only in Wales on holiday with her family, whom Hal had been sort of dating]]. The sire is similarly horrified, and the two reveals of the source of the blood are juxtaposed.
* In ''Series/LittleBritain'', there was a series of sketches where a bigoted old lady would sample some food and initially love it, but when she found out a minority made it, she then would proceed to vomit everywhere.
* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''. In part 2 of "Year of Hell", Annorax has his galley [[NoMrBondIExpectYoutoDine make a meal for Chakotay and Tom Paris]]. They seem to enjoy the food until they find out where it came from. Each dish that Annorax has had prepared is the last remnants of a civilization he has completely removed from history with his temporal weapon. There are about 20 different items on the table, showing the scale of what he has done. Chakotay and Paris' horror is palpable.
-->'''Annorax:''' This bottle is the only component left of the once powerful Malkoth race. Everything else about them, cities, culture, the very species itself never existed, because of me. Every dish you see here comes from a civilisation that has been erased from time. Mister Paris, you're devouring the last remnants of the Alsuran Empire.
* In one episode of ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', Trip and Archer happily ate food down on an alien planet before learning the food they liked so much was [[UnusualEuphemism "essence of male".]]
* Subverted in ''Series/CurbYourEnthusiasm'' when Larry announces to everyone at a wedding party that they "special meat" brought by the Korean bookie is Jeff's dog Oscar. Calamity ensues. Later Larry sees Oscar in the parking lot.
* A couple of mild but so very funny versions in ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' - the first when Sheldon is sick and is measuring his fluid intake and output in a jug Leonard had unknowingly been using to mix pancake batter. When Leonard protests how it's the one thing in the apartment that hasn't been labelled, Sheldon reveals the label on the bottom leading to Leonard's sheepish '... Hmmm, seems I owe the Betty Crocker food company a letter of apology...'
** The second is revealed in an argument in which the four reveal various things they'd done to each other including Sheldon had in the past secretly added ground up insects to Leonard's food ForScience Later in the episode he's making snowcones and offers Leonard one: Leonard enjoys it and asks what flavour it is, Sheldon's reply- 'Guess...'
* ''Series/HorribleHistories'': One of Admiral Nelson's crew proposes a toast to the fallen admiral. He then does a SpitTake on being told that the body is pickling in the brandy they're drinking.
* ''Series/SaleOfTheCentury'': Jim Perry is fooled into eating shaving cream in one episode.
* ''Series/ShootingStars'':
** In one episode Bob takes a bite of a scotch egg being used to illustrate the question "what is a scotch egg made from?" only for Vic to reveal that the correct answer is "egg, sausage meat and dog-dirt surround and breadcrumbs" causing him to spit it out with protestations of "Why do you always cook with dog-dirt Vic" "Because I like to, I like it like that."
** In a different episode Vic and Bob challenge Ulrika Johnson to a speed bitter drinking challenge but after she finds that it tastes revolting Vic reveals that they wouldn't serve him beer at the off-license because he's "too young" and so he got "beer-shampoo" instead. Vic then proceeds to drink some himself to show that it's fine, but starts foaming at the mouth.
* In one episode of ''Series/BlackBooks'', Manny claims that Bernard's smoking habit has completely destroyed Bernard's sense of taste. He then demonstrates the point by pointing out that Bernard is currently eating a beverage coaster, which Bernard mistook for some kind of delicious biscuit.
* ''Series/GameOfThrones''
** Locke gives his captive Jaime Lannister, who is suffering from dehydration and infection, a drink from his canteen -- which turns out to be [[ForTheEvulz full of horse urine]]. Jaime is so thirsty he doesn't realise what he's drinking until Locke tells him; he then spits it out [[EvilIsPetty to gales of laughter from Locke's men]].
** Among Arya Stark's many talents one that may come to mind at the end of season six is catering. And well...[[RevengeIsADishBestServed pie making.]] [[spoiler: As Walder Frey discovers when she serves him his dead sons, before slitting his throat.]]
* The ''Series/{{Bones}}'' episode "The Mystery in the Meat" opens in a high school cafeteria where the beef stew is found to contain human body parts.
** More like I drank what? but there was also the episode where a body(or the goopy remains anyway) were found in a wine barrel after several people had already tasted it.
* Done twice in ''Series/BabylonFive'': First, in the pilot episode, Commander Sinclair informs G'Kar (who he believes, but cannot prove, was behind an assassination plot) that he put a microscopic tracking bug in his drink, so that the Earth Alliance [[ParanoiaFuel can track him down any time they want]]. After G'Kar storms out, Sinclair confesses to Garibaldi that there was no bug, [[{{Troll}} which will make it all the harder for G'Kar to be sure he's gotten rid of it.]] The second example is when Londo Molari is trying to convince Lord Refa to break off his very ill-advised alliance with the Shadows:
-->'''[[SmugSnake Lord Refa]]''': Why should I do as you say?
-->'''[[AntiVillain Ambassador Londo Mollari]]''': Because I have asked you; because your sense of duty to our people should override any personal ambition; [[MagnificentBastard and because I have poisoned your drink.]]
* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'': The guys discover a town where everyone, Dean included, has become completely stoned. After [[BigEater one of Dean's many Turducken sandwiches]] deflates into a pile of grey goop, Bobby and Sam determine that the general stupidity in the town is caused by the recent Turducken craze.
--> '''Dean''': If I wasn't so chilled out right now, I would puke.
* ''Series/YoureSkittingMe'': In one of the 'Bear Cub' sketches, Jeremy is doing work experience in an office and serves a teapot full of his urine to a meeting in the boardroom.
* In ''Series/{{Roots 1977}}'', an elderly Kizzy runs into her old childhood friend Missy Anne Reynolds. Missy Anne doesn't recognize her, and when questioned, reveals she didn't really think much of Kizzy. Annoyed, Kizzy spits in the water she serves her, and smiles when Missy Anne drinks it without noticing.
* In an episode of Dieter Hallervorden sketch show ''Didi's Comedy Show'', a dinner guest is told accidentally that he's been eating ''dog''.
* In ''Series/CarShare'', hapless supermarket manager Peter picks up his new car-pool buddy Kaley for the first time. She is carrying a sports bottle full of liquid he assumes is a soft drink. Before she can tell him, he takes a swig, notes its sweet-and-sour taste, and asks if it's Red Bull or a similar energy drink. It's not. It's a urine sample she's taking to the in-store pharmacy for medical testing. Peter then does a SpitTake and spills most of it down his shirt.
* In a first-season episode of ''Series/{{Castle}}'', Castle brings the owner of a Nigerian restaurant to the precinct to consult on a case. She brings lunch with her, and Beckett is visibly {{Squick}}ed to learn that the main course (which she had been enjoying beforehand) is cow's foot stew.
-->'''Beckett:''' You said this was beef.
* In a sketch of ''Series/TheMuppetShow'', a monster eats a machine that has a recording explaining it. Only when he has finished does he hear that its purpose is to [[OhCrap create the largest explosion on record]]. [[StuffBlowingUp Sure enough...]]
* A serious example from ''Series/ScreamQueens2015''. One of the patients in Season 2 has Kuru, an incurable disease they contracted after accidentally engaging in funerary cannibalism while traveling in Papua New Guinea. They came to the hospital specifically in the hopes they'll be cured. [[spoiler: Or rather, Dean Munsch ''bought'' the hospital...]]
* In the ''Series/{{Supergirl}}'' episode [[Recap/Supergirl2015S2E7TheDarkestPlace "The Darkest Place"]], the main characters are eating at a bar run by, and catering for, aliens living on Earth. When Winn remarks that the place does good chicken, [[Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} Kara]] asks him if he's sure it's chicken. Winn shoots her a worried look, but it's clear she's joking.
* ''Series/TheMick'': After Mick gets slashed up by the owl Sabrina was trying to release into the wild, Sabrina steals some meat from Mick's plate.
-->'''Sabrina:''' This chicken is really good.\\
'''Mick:''' Oh, honey... [[EatTheDog that's not chicken]].\\
'''Sabrina:''' ''[[[OhCrap realization slowly dawns]]]''
* ''Series/{{Reba}}'': In the sixth-season episode "Trading Spaces", when Kyra informs Barbra Jean of her decision to move back to Reba's residence, Barbra Jean, shocked by the news, reacts by wiping the kitchen counter in an attempt to distract herself and appear calm, unaware that she's using her rice cake to do so (with cleaning solution applied to it). Imagine her surprise when she takes a bite into her rice cake, with cleaning solution and all, after Kyra leaves...
* On an episode of ''Series/FamilyMatters'' the young kids bake a cake for Rachael. From her expression, tasting it is not a pleasant experience, then one of them asks if she can taste the horseradish.
--> '''Racheal:''' [trying to feign that she likes it] Well, that would be why it cleared my sinuses.
* More than once on ''Series/HomeImprovement'' when Tim builds some elaborate "Man's Room" he mixes up which dispenser is which. He's drank soap instead of mouthwash in the Man's Bathroom, and sweat instead of water in the Man's Gym.
* The syndicated ''Series/ToTellTheTruth'' featured a segment where the celebrity panel partook of some prepared delicacies that host Garry Moore describes to them. While the panel are eating, they are informed that the dishes were specially prepared--for pets.
* ''Series/{{Gotham}}'': Moments before killing his stepmother, Oswald Cobberpot reveals to her that the two pieces of roast meat that she had been eating were actually her own children whom Penguin had killed earlier.
* ''Series/OperationOuch'': During a segment on diarrhea, Xand takes a swig from he thinks is a chocolate milkshake. Chris then asks him what he's doing with his spare diarrhea sample.
* In the [[{{Malaproper}} "Insepts"]] episode of the Mexican sitcom ''Series/ElChavoDelOcho'', Chavo tells Chilindrina that he's collecting bugs, and killing them with gasoline, which he keeps in a soda bottle, just then Quiko comes in and brags about not offering them popcorn. Chavo soon leaves to look for more insects, and Chilindrina asks her father, Don Ramón, for money, to which he says no. After finishing his popcorn, Quiko spots Chavo's bottle and, not knowing what it was, takes a big swig. Quiko asks what type of lemonade he's drinking, to which Chavo tells him, it's gasoline, and Quiko leaves, presumably to throw up. Chavo then spots the empty popcorn bag and uses it to store his bug collection. After Don Ramón made it clear he won't give Chilindrina a cent, she leaves her apartment crying. She spots Chavo's bag, and starts eating its contents, when she asks why he would pour gasoline into some popcorn, Chavo tells her it's his bug collection. Chilindrina tries to tell on him to Don Ramón, but he tells her that [[InelegantBlubbering her crying]] made it sound like [[LaserGuidedKarma Chavo or Quiko hit her for stealing their food, he then tells she deserved it and to go cry somewhere else.]] Soon after, Don Ramón also eats some of Chavo's bug collection.
* In ''Series/NinjaTurtlesTheNextMutation'', the third part of the FiveEpisodePilot "East Meets West" has the Turtles having a picnic. Leonardo is impressed with how Venus de Milo has somehow prepared eggs, but is grossed out when Venus informs him that the eggs came from pigeons.
* In the episode of ''Series/GetKrackin'' where [=McCartney=] announces her pregnancy, she winds up eating a candle from one of the gift baskets.
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'':
** '''Lori:''' Leni, what exactly did you put in those sandwiches?\\
'''Leni:''' I can't remember. I made them weeks ago.\\

* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** Double subversion in one episode where Homer and Bart visit a Native American village, where the chief gives them a cup of something. As they drink, he says "The bear urine will make you strong", making Homer and Bart pause. The chief then admits it's actually Fresca, and '''then''' Homer spits it out.
--->'''Homer:''' ''* spittake* Fresca?''
** Another subversion occurrs in "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS9E1TheCityOfNewYorkVsHomerSimpson The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson]]", when [[UnintentionalPeriodPiece Homer is visiting the World Trade Center]] and came across an AmbiguouslyBrown street vendor.
--->'''Homer:''' What do you have to drink?\\
'''Vendor:''' Mountain Dew or crab juice.\\
'''Homer:''' Blech! Ew! Geez...! [[TakeThat I'll take a crab juice.]]
** In "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS4E14BrotherFromTheSamePlanet Brother from the Same Planet]]", Bart and his Bigger Brother watch an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow'' where Ren compliments Stimpy on his meatball soup. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsK6JT0dr8M It's actually Stimpy's collection of furballs and stomach acid.]] While the episode in question was fictional, this trope would not have been out of place on the real ''Ren and Stimpy''.
** In "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS10E4TreehouseOfHorrorIX Treehouse of Horror IX]]", Chief Wiggum appears on the news to report Apu's murder, while drinking a Squishee:
--->'''Wiggum:''' We have no leads. ''(Sips the beverage)'' But I can safely say Apu did not suffer.\\
'''Lou:''' Seems to me he suffered ''a lot'' chief.\\
''(Points to the Squishee machine, which the victim's body has been stuffed into)''\\
'''Wiggum:''' Ah, geez, Lou. How long were you gonna let me keep drinking this thing? ''(Sips Squishee again anyway.)''
** Parodied in "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS3E10FlamingMoes Flaming Moe's]]", where a man from an alcohol company wants to buy the titular drink from Moe (which he in turn stole from Homer). Moe claims the drink isn't for sale, asking the man if he knew how much of his blood and sweat went into it. Everyone in the bar instantly does a SpitTake and Moe has to assure them it was just a figure of speech.
** "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS5E5TreehouseOfHorrorIV Treehouse of Horror IV]]": In ''Bart Simpsons's Dracula'', the family is invited to Burns manor in Pennsylvania and is soon treated to dinner.
--->'''Homer''': Oooh, punch.\\
'''Lisa''': ''(Sniffs it)'' Ewww -- dad, this is ''blood!''\\
'''Homer''': Correction, ''free'' blood. ''(Drinks some of it)''
** Subverted when Homer becomes a missionary in the South Pacific [[ItMakesSenseInContext in order to evade PBS]]. He's seen drinking from what appears to be a coconut and the tribal chief poses him this question:
--->'''Qtoktok:''' So, are you enjoying your ox testicle?\\
'''Homer:''' Yes.\\
'''Qtokotk:''' Are you sure you wouldn't rather have a coconut? They're delicious.\\
'''Homer:''' Nah, I'm good.
* ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel'' once sold his urine as an energy drink for the school sports teams.
* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'': Happens lots of times:
** Mr. Mackey drinks poop with his coffee in season 1's Christmas episode.
** Kenny eats a bowl of antacids thinking it was mints, then drinks water and explodes.
** Cartman makes cocoa out of Kenny's ashes.
** [[spoiler: Kyle]] is forced to drink [[spoiler: pee]], and then finds that [[spoiler: the cure for pee rage is the food he hates the most, bananas.]]
** In the episode "Ass Burgers," Cartman sells hamburgers-- which wouldn't be so bad if the secret as to why they were so delicious wasn't letting them [[spoiler: marinate in his pants]]. The many customers are disgusted, with Kyle exclaiming, [[spoiler: "You were sticking these in your ASS, Cartman!?!"]]
** Scott Tenorman's parents are the most infamous example.
** The baby (technically, since it doesn't say anything) in the Mr. Hankey Fake Commercial.
** Butters' "creamy goo" in "Sarcastaball."
---> '''Randy Marsh:''' "This is cum."
** The musical number, "Boogers and Cum."
* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'': Stan drinks a toxic fluid that would liquify his internal organs 24 hours after consumption. It turns out that it was inert.
** The potato salad made with alien breast milk.
** Roger once served Francine a drink whose exotic flavors he gushed at length over; when she asked for more, however, we see that the machine he serves from has a hose leading to a toilet. Soon after, he mentions once tricking Stan into "drinking pee disguised as vintage"; Francine scoffs "what an idiot" and downs her glass while Roger looks on in calm amusement.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretShow'' has a whole episode revolving around this. Anita appears to have caused an international incident by, while disguised as The World Leader, eating an alien ambassador. However, when the rest of the species shows up, the rest of humanity eats them as well (everyone except vegans, as the aliens smell like any given individual's favorite type of meat/fish). Those who do eat them, however, turn into deformed splotchy versions of themselves, until a second wave of (dessert-scented/flavored) aliens shows up. It turns out that humanity is actually part of an alien reproductive cycle; once the two aliens are eaten, the victim burps up a new baby alien, restoring themselves to normal.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Fangbone}}'' has an episode where Fangbone and Bill eat fudge made out of pixels.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'': This is a fairly common source of humor on the show.
** "[[Recap/FuturamaS2E15TheProblemWithPopplers The Problem With Popplers]]":
*** It turns out that those delicious popplers just happen to be [[spoiler:intelligent alien babies. The episode ends with the Planet Express Crew agreeing that eating intelligent species is wrong and with them eating a smorgasbord buffet of unintelligent animals, including a suckling pig and a dolphin who wasted all his money on instant lottery tickets]].
*** When they start selling popplers, Bender gets rid of a rival by acting in front of the rival's customers as someone delivering rat droppings ordered by the rival. The rival protested Bender didn't look like [[NotHelpingYourCase the guy who delivers his rat droppings]].
** "[[Recap/FuturamaS3E16ALeelaOfHerOwn A Leela of Her Own]]":
*** Made even more explicit and {{Squick}}-worthy in the episode with the Cygnoids' pizza parlor.
---->'''Mama Cygnoid''': "It's 'Leela's Bean Pizza'. It has six kinds of beans, plus several things that look like beans."\\
'''Joseph "Fishy Joe" Gellman''': "I don't care if it has manure in it."\\
'''Papa Cygnoid''': "That's a-good."
*** Also mentioned in that episode is that rats are crushed to make the wine. Fry, who's drinking wine, immediately does a SpitTake in Bender's face, who then spits back in ''his'' face.
** And then there's "[[Recap/FuturamaS1E13FryAndTheSlurmFactory Fry and the Slurm Factory]]", an AffectionateParody of ''Literature/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory''. The Planet Express gang finds out that [[spoiler:the titular soda drink really comes out of a mother slurm worm's behind. Leela calls her out on this, but [[ArtisticLicenseBiology the Slurm queen claims that honey and milk come from the butts of bees and cows respectively]].[[note]]Strictly speaking, she's wrong on the count of honey -- it comes out the bees' other end.[[/note]]]]
--->'''Slurm Queen''': And have you ever tried toothpaste?\\
'''Fry''': [[spoiler: Whose behind does that come from?]]\\
'''Slurm Queen''': [[spoiler: [[YouDoNotWantToKnow You don't want to know]].]]
** In "[[Recap/FuturamaS1E11MarsUniversity Mars University]]", Leela offhandedly mentions that [[UpliftedAnimal Gunther]]'s father had been playing in the punch bowl... while Fry has a cup full of punch.
** In "[[Recap/FuturamaS1E7MyThreeSuns My Three Suns]]", Fry becomes Emperor of a planet of liquid-based aliens after accidentally ''drinking'' the previous Emperor.
** In "[[Recap/FuturamaS7E16TTheTerrestrial T.: The Terrestrial]]", Fry is shown eating some candy-like stuff, which despite being initially disgusted with the revelation, he still continues eating. It's actually Jrrr's poop. Fry may or may not have gotten sick from eating it.
--->'''Fry''': [[{{Pun}} Feces pieces?]]
** In "[[Recap/FuturamaS7E24MurderOnThePlanetExpress Murder on the Planet Express]]", Bender puts Fry's stolen kidney into Hermes's lunch box, which leads to Leela unknowingly eating it.
** In "[[Recap/FuturamaS6E25Overclockwise Overclockwise]]", when Cubert overclocks Bender's CPU:
--->'''Bender''': There's 3018 jelly beans in that jar!\\
'''Cubert''': Damn, I'm good. [eats handful of jelly beans]\\
'''Bender''': I mean 3018 rat kidneys!\\
'''Cubert''': [spits out kidneys]
* In the ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyBravo'' episode [[HiccupHijinks "As I Lay Hiccuping"]], Johnny gets the hiccups and goes between curing them and getting them again. At one point, he eats something neighborhood geek Carl bought. Carl says that he didn't know that Johnny was a fan of slug kibble. Johnny spits it out upon hearing that and shivers.
-->'''Carl''': Gee Johnny, I never knew you were such a fan of slug kibble!
-->'''Johnny''': ''(with mouth full)'' "Slug... kibble?" ''(spits out slug kibble, shivers)''
* In ''[[WesternAnimation/HappyNessTheSecretOfTheLoch Happy Ness: The Secret of the Loch]]'', the evil Nessies end up coming down with extreme pain of the stomach after slurping up seaweed jelly.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'':
** In one episode [[GrimReaper Grim]] sells cookies made of some exotic ingredients. At the end, it is revealed that the secret ingredients are [[spoiler:bugs, ticks, and nightcrawlers]]. When the secret gets out, [[spoiler:people pause for a second, stare at the cookies, and then go back to eating them, as they are apparently ''really'' good cookies]].
** Another episode had Grim and Mandy giving Billy a bag of special "steak sauce" which Grim got "fresh from the front yard". Billy has used it as a "shampoo" as well. Said stuff (as Billy eventually finds out at the end of the episode) is made from [[spoiler:[[RoadApples dog doo-doo]]]].
--> '''Billy''': Wait...this isn't shampoo! IT'S DOG-- [cuts to the Cartoon Network Studios logo]
* ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'':
** The episode ''Operation: P.I.N.K.E.Y.E.'', where Numbuh 2 was eating Nurse Claiborne's crumbles as he was investigating the mystery epidemic of pinkeye going around the school. Once it got out that it was Claiborne herself who was the one infecting the students with pinkeye, it also became apparent that she was using eye crust for her crumbles, making Numbuh 2 gag at the very fact that he was eating them. However, at the very end, he went back to eating them. However, Numbuh 2 may have second thoughts after finding out that the filling of the crumbles was [[spoiler: mucus.]]
** Claiborne's second appearance in "Operation: H.O.M.E." had her go into the cereal business [[spoiler: by making the sweet bits from Rainbow Monkey dolls. Including one of Numbuh 3's most prized doll.]] Kuki was not amused.
** The episode "Operation: C.A.K.E.D.-T.H.R.E.E." ended with the Delightful Children from Down the Lane being tricked into eating their birthday cake after it was crapped on by baby chicks.
** In "Operation: S.C.I.E.N.C.E.", Numbuh Two grosses out everyone else with the invention of a substance resembling snot called "I Can't Believe It's Not Boogers", particularly when he starts touting the substance's edibility. He finally gets the others to try some by assuring them that it's not really made of boogers. They find it delicious, but are aghast when Numbuh Two tells them that it's actually made of earwax.
* ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo'':
** In the episode "A Clue For Scooby Doo," Scooby enjoys a delicious sample of a soup cooking over Widow Cutler's stove on a fire, only to be informed that what he just enjoyed was her washwater for her laundry. Scooby gags.
** In "Go Away Ghost Ship," Shaggy and Scooby are making "ghost pirate stew" for the ghost of Redbeard, with soot, cobwebs, chains, and a bar of soap (Shaggy: "Hardly use it myself, but for a ghost...why not?") as ingredients. Redbeard forces them to eat it.
** "Scooby Doo Meets The Addams Family" has Scooby presumably following the trail of missing Addams daughter Wednesday, only his trail leads to Grandmama's soup kettle, the contents of which Scooby quickly devours. Grandmama arrives and informs Scooby that he's devoured the iguana's bath water.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/RocketPower'' episode "Welcome to the Club," Twister and Sam are trying some new delicacies at the Ocean Shores Beach Club. Sam tries some tripe, and says it "TastesLikeChicken and salty marshmallows." He and Twister initially enjoy it, but are then grossed out to learn from another club member it comes from sheep stomach, to which they immediately feel like puking.
* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' had Ron and Rufus finding a bag of chips that belonged to the current client and began eagerly eating them... at least, until the client tells them the chips were made from crickets.
-->'''Kim''': Ron, maybe you should look before you eat.\\
'''Ron''': Crunchy and spicy has never betrayed me like this before...
* The episode "Onwards and Upwards" of ''WesternAnimation/RenAndStimpyAdultPartyCartoon'' dealt with Ren and Stimpy living in a spittoon and savoring many of the...er, foods it had to offer.
* A few ''WesternAnimation/FreakyStories'' involve this, like:
** A gourmet escaped from prison, starved for food with a bad cold finds a building without power and eats the contents of its fridge in the dark, wakes up to find it was laboratory and the fridge was full of human organs.
** A glutton in a dormitory steals someone else's food overnight, not realizing it was in fact full of animal skulls full of mealworms.
** A boy trapped hiding under a girl's bed all night becomes parched and grabs and drains the glass of water on her bedside table as soon as she leaves the room. He then discovers he drank a glass of saline solution and her contact lenses.
** A stock boy named Mike helps an old lady carry her groceries to her home. While she goes to get some money for his trouble, she lets him help himself to whatever is in the kitchen. After finding less than appetizing meats from various animals, he settles for a jar of mixed nuts as it seems the least unnatural. He apologizes to the old lady for eating all of them. She's not upset, revealing that, due to the poor condition of her teeth, she only sucks the chocolate off them. Mike breaks into tears.
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'' involves Suga Mama's lemon squares becoming massively popular to the point of ending up on Oprah. This is the part where the whole world discovers that when she says she "puts her foot in it," she means it literally. As in sticks her foot in the batter. The audience promptly starts hacking.
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/HeathcliffAndTheCatillacCats'', Riff-Raff is able to open a restaurant that's ''very'' popular with the neighborhood cats after Mungo starts cooking a "secret family recipe" that everyone loves. The thing is, not even Mungo knows what's in it. (He can't read, and identifies the cans by the pictures.) Only when Wordsworth gets a good look at them does everyone realize what it is - ''dog food''. (It isn't a total loss; Leroy still loves it, seeing as, well, he's a dog.)
* ''WesternAnimation/CaptainPlanet'':
** Combined with CoolClearWater in one episode: Kwame drinks a bottle full of river water, unaware Wheeler didn't boil the water thoroughly. As it turns out, the water is polluted (Dr. Blight and Sly Sludge were operating a sewage dumping operation upstream), and the other Planeteers have to go on a FantasticVoyagePlot to blast the parasites from inside his body. The episode had an AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle at the end teaching viewers how to purify water.
** In another episode, Wheeler gets sick when he unwittingly eats squid in its own ink. At the end of the episode, Wheeler eats grubs, thinking it's pasta. The other planeteers decide not to tell him.
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'':
** An exchange regarding the pronunciation of whip while Stewie is eating some pie that Meg gave Brian:
--->'''Stewie''': Cool Hwhip.\\
'''Brian''': Cool Whip!\\
'''Stewie''': Cool Hwhip.\\
'''Brian''': Cool Whip!\\
'''Stewie''': Cool Hwhip.\\
'''Brian''': You're eating hair!
** Subverted when Tom Tucker asks Neil Goldman if he added something to his coffee. Neil says he put Sweet 'N Low in and Tom tells him to put urine in it like he asked.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NF84k1be-Uk When Peter tells the family that some of the jars in the refrigerator are horse sperm, Stewie stops eating his cereal for a minute before continuing.]]
* In the ''[[Anime/BattleOfThePlanets G-Force]]'' sketch on ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'', the team tells [[BigEater Tiny]] they think he needs to diet. Tiny says he just wants to eat his pizza but takes their advice after they point out he's eating the cardboard circle the pizza is microwaved on.
* In ''WesternAnimation/EarthwormJim'', Peter Puppy experiences this trope when he learns the ingredients to haggis.
-->"Heart... lungs... and ''liver?''"
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
** In [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E1MareInTheMoon part 1 of the series opener]], Twilight Sparkle [[INeedAFreakingDrink pours herself]] (and drinks from) a glass of what turns out to be [[BlazingInfernoHellfireSauce hot sauce]].
** "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E4ApplebuckSeason Applebuck Season]]" has an exhausted and sleep-deprived Applejack mishearing Pinkie Pie's muffin recipe instructions and making muffins with potato chips, soda, lemon juice and "wheat worms" ([[InsaneTrollLogic "That must be fancy talk for earthworms!"]]). Cut to the local health clinic, which is overloaded with victims of food poisoning.
--->'''Nurse:''' There was a mishap with some of the baked goods.\\
'''Pinkie Pie:''' No, not baked goods... baked ''bads''! ''[[[VomitDiscretionShot barf]]]''
** Averted in "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS4E23InspirationManifestation Inspiration Manifestation]]". Spike gets rid of the evil tome by swallowing it, and it doesn't do a thing to him (he's a dragon, after all, and not only can he digest gemstones but he actually ''enjoyed'' the above-mentioned baked bads). It doesn't cure Rarity either, though.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' episode "Truth or Cosmoquences" revolves around Cosmo and Wanda attending a high school reunion in Fairy World, bringing Timmy with them. In [[TwoLinesNoWaiting the B-plot]], Timmy has a PottyEmergency, and discovers that the bathroom doors are just painted on since fairies can teleport. Having failed to wish himself into the bathroom, the episode ends with Cosmo and Wanda drinking a yellow liquid from a pitcher, and Timmy saying "Speaking of relief, don't drink the punch!"
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'' episode "Hogatha's Heart Throb", Gargamel disguised as Hogatha's dream date is offered a refreshment that he enjoys until the witch reveals that he was drinking "snail mead".
* ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'': An episode has Mr. Krabs (upon hearing there is a fake health inspector going to restaurants to get free food) do squicky things to a Krabby Patty, including dropping into a toilet. [[OhCrap Then he finds out the imposter was caught, and the man he gave the "Nasty Patty" to, was a real one]]. This is actually averted in that the Health Inspector was choked by a fly. [[FridgeLogic Wh]][[MindScrew at?]]
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', Cyborg becomes infected with a computer virus, which affects his brain and causes him to view everything as food, which in turn, causes him to rampage through the city eating everything in sight (mostly things that aren't food). It isn't pleasant for him when he finally recovers:
-->'''Cyborg:''' Ooh! My stomach! Feels like I ate a tire!\\
'''Raven:''' That's a distinct possibility.
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/MuchaLucha'' began with [[TheGrotesque The Flea]] eating things he is not supposed to, and Buena Girl telling him that those things will harm his digestive system. Cut to a [[NauseaFuel sickening]], freaky, and disturbing X-ray shot of The Flea eating, with his skeleton and organs visible.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretSaturdays'': In "The Vengeance of Hibagon", Drew attempts to snap Doc out of his distraction by feeding him a sandwich made from Fiskerton's hair. Doc doesn't notice.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'': After [[spoiler: Equalists take over Republic City]] and Team Avatar is taken in by friendly street bums Asami finds out the gruel that she was apprehensive about eating was actually culled from the "[[DumpsterDive finest dumpsters]]", so she has a [[GreenAroundTheGills sick-color]] face for a second, spits out the one mouthful she hadn't swallowed yet, and puts it aside. [[TeamPet Pabu]] then laps it up. On the other hand, Bolin, as a former StreetUrchin, declares it the [[OverlyNarrowSuperlative finest street gruel he's ever had]].
* In ''WesternAnimation/DanVs'' "The Animal Shelter", Chris comes over to Dan's place and immediately starts eating Dan's freshly made meatloaf. Dan then explains his plan to destroy the shelter which involves poisoned meatloaf. Chris keeps eating the meatloaf for a few seconds before he puts two and two together.
* In the pilot episode to ''WesternAnimation/{{Sixteen}}'', Jonesy and Jude make fun of Julie for working at Wonder Taco and to get back at them, she sprinkles dirt from a dust pan onto their tacos and then spits on them. While eating them, Jonesy states that "It would suck to work there, but they make a good taco." Near the end of the episode, the others point out that the employees do spit in the tacos and Jonesy runs off to go throw up while Jude just looks at his taco for a second and then finishes eating it.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'':
** In the episode "Runaway Angelica," Angelica runs away from home and hides in Tommy's backyard. She then orders the babies to get her some cookies and when they come back with them, Angelica wolfs them down and says that they are pretty good. That is until she finds out that they are not cookies, they're dog biscuits.
** There's also the gag that happens in a couple of different episodes (in each case ItMakesSenseInContext).
--->"This coffee tastes like mud!" ''[looks inside mug]'' "It IS mud."
* In the ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' episode "The Duke", Jake eagerly partakes of the bowl of mixed nuts offered by the Duke's wife. A minute later he remembers that she's a nut-person and worries that the nuts he was eating were her eggs or something.
* One memorable episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'' starts with Barney at Fred's house asking Wilma where Fred is (he's working late) and Wilma lets Barney take the last bottle of Cactus Cola before he leaves, not knowing that Fred was saving it. When Fred does get home, exhausted, hot, and thirsty, and finds that Barney took it, he blows a fuse, goes to Barney's house, where Barney is now washing his car, chews his friend out, and sees what he thinks is the Cactus Cola on the hood of the car, and grabs and drinks it. Only when Barney is able to get a word in edgewise does Fred realize he just drank Barney's car polish. (Then it just gets worse. Fred [[FreakOut Freaks Out]], knocks himself out by throwing the bottle in the air and hitting his head with it, and when he wakes up, his personality has changed, and [[HilarityEnsues things just get sillier.]]
* This is Irwin's reaction when he is told the "snowflakes" he is catching on his tongue are actually dandruff in ''WesternAnimation/NerdsAndMonsters'':
* The ''WesternAnimation/SanjayAndCraig'' episode "And Justice or Durdle" had Noodman trying one of Farmer Larry's "Blueberry Smoobbies", only to find out that it was made from blueberries that were picked, licked and ''vomited'' by his dogs, [[DesignatedVillain leading him to try and sue Larry]].
* ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'':
** In "Star vs. Echo Creek", when Star is eating some of Brigid's pancakes, Brigid says she likes to make things out of discarded hair... including pancakes. She then says [[{{Troll}} she was just kidding.]]
** In "Wand to Wand", Ludo staggers into a BadGuyBar and asks for porridge. The bartender serves him a bowl of mud instead. Ludo is so hungry that he doesn't realize what he is eating until the bartender and patrons all start laughing at him. Towards the end of the episode, he subverts this by going in and making the same order but confidently chowing down on the mud, terrifying the entire bar enough that he is able to get ''actual'' porridge from the bartender.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/RoadRovers'' episode "Storm from the Pacific", Shag cooks dog food for the other Road Rovers and they find it delicious. After Shag informs Hunter of the secret to his culinary skill, Hunter then tells the others that Shag's secret is that he cooks the food with toilet water. Needless to say, the rest of the Road Rovers are rather disgusted by this revelation.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Bonkers}}'': Lucky Piquel accidentally drinks a glass of turpentine in the episode "Stressed to Kill".
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/MuppetBabies'', when the kids were trying to make a meal for Nanny, Piggy declares herself the taste tester and takes a bite of the sandwich Rolf was making, calling it yummy. Rolf comments that he didn't know she liked dog food sandwiches.
-->'''Piggy:''' ''[standing over the sink]'' Oh, yuck, I'm poisoned!
* ''WesternAnimation/VoltronLegendaryDefender'': In "Tears of the Balmera", the Balmerans serve Coran and Hunk a stew that turns out to be made with roots and bugs.
-->'''Coran:''' Thank you for... the bugs...
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'', Olaf is asked to judge a cooking competition between [[LethalChef the rest of the cast]]. He tastes Pretty's dish and he seems to find it perfectly fine... until he finds out that it was made from worms (by seeing a live worm crawl out of his mouth), at which point Pretty is disqualified.
* ''WesternAnimation/ReadyJetGo'': Mindy, Sean, and Sydney have this sort of reaction in "Satellite Selfie", where they discover that the cookies that they ate were made from a full cup of minced garlic and rutabaga.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}.'' In the episode "Nobody Doesn't like T.J," T.J tries to get Gordie to like him by offering him a brownie. Gordie enjoys it until he discovers that it has nuts in it, which Gordie is allergic to, and he quickly spits it out and accuses T.J of trying to poison him.
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* The body is programmed to think "Clear liquid=water," which is why you should always clearly label things. Horror stories abound of people unwittingly drinking paint thinner or cleaner because they saw what looked like a bottle or glass of water.

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'''Ron''': Crunchy and spicy has never betrayed me like this before...


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** '''Lori:''' Leni, what exactly did you put in those sandwiches?
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** Lori: "Leni, what exactly did you put in those sandwiches?"
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