Funny Foods

Funny Foods

1. Crisco

It's made out of vegetables, so it must be healthy.

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2. Kiviak

This traditional Inuit dish requires stuffing 500 birds inside seal skin and leaving it under a rock for three months. What could go wrong? See also Greenland.

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3. Finnish Fish bread

A whole fish baked into a loaf of bread. Also called Kalakukko. See also Finnish.

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4. Toast Sandwich

Yes, it's a real thing. See also British.

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5. Wedding Soup

The real reason people get married. See also Marriage.

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6. McSoup

Three McDonald's sauces plus hot water.

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7. Fried Butter

Served often at country fairs. A quick, easy way to get a heart attack in less than an hour. See also Obesity, Old-Timey.

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8. McChoco Potato

McDonald's fries topped with two chocolate sauces. Only served in Japanese McDonald's restaurants. See also Fast Food, Japan.

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9. Bag of Unicorn Farts Cotton Candy Shop

See also Unnecessary.

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10. Pomato

A tomato plant's stem grafted onto a potato plant's roots. Sometimes referred to as "French Fries and Ketchup". See also Unnecessary.

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