- "Hungry Mungry". Kids tend to think it's funny, but older individuals may say that it Crosses the Line Twice with its extreme levels of cannibalism and Body Horror.
- In "Someone Ate the Baby," the narrator mentions that the baby "wasn't very sweet." While this initially seems like a jab at their younger sibling's personality, at the end you realize that they meant it literally.
- Generals Clay and Gore appear to be close friends despite being the generals of enemy armies. Not only that, they are afraid of drowning but bored at the thought of being killed be an enemy soldier.
Fridge / Shel Silverstein