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Nov 16th 2013 at 2:52:40 PM •••

Can anybody tell us about the Homestar entry? I don't think it makes sense.

Oct 12th 2012 at 12:08:36 PM •••

The following example was added to the Western Animation section of the page. Not only is it meaningless for someone unfamiliar with the series, but it doesn't even mention which series.

  • Any time Maddie or Jack cook food with something powered by Ectoplasma, your are bound to get attacked by haunted food.

May 11th 2011 at 10:41:28 AM •••

Someone added the example from the Kingdom Hearts manga that putting milk in soda is a lethal chef thing, but milk and soda are quite delicious when combined. I drink it myself quite frequently. Also, it's the same concept as an ice cream float- shouldn't it be disgusting if milk and soda together are?

Jan 18th 2011 at 8:56:05 PM •••

I know the description says that it's a "variety", but does anyone else think that we should make a new trope for someone whose cooking looks terrible but tastes okay?

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Feb 1st 2011 at 6:01:32 AM •••

Mostly with Chef Hatchet from the "Total Drama" series, it wasn't until he got to deal with DJ during "Total Drama Action" that the food went from toxic to edible to good. Mainly because DJ was Chef's "sous chef" (lampshaded in the intro where DJ spices a soup to where it tastes food). It was when DJ had a breakdown seeing the spirit of his Mama that he asked the cast to vote him off (and it was great reluctance, since once they found out he made the food good for everyone, they all wanted to keep DJ). For the recap show, DJ also tells the secret to his sandwiches: Hungarian parika. "Put two pinches in the mayo! Perks a sandwich right up!" Enter Mama DJ with a fresh plate of said sandwiches.

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