Funny Foods

Funny Foods

41. Liberty Lettuce

The World War I version of Freedom Fries, sauerkraut was once called liberty lettuce. See also German, Made Up.

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42. Face Cakes

Cakes with a portraits printed on them. The more awkward, the better. See also Dessert.

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43. Gagh

A Klingon meal made from live serpent worms. See also Sci-fi.

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44. Cheeseburger Without Cheese

In the '80's there was a restaurant in Austin, Texas that served only cheeseburgers. You had to pay 50 cents extra to get your cheeseburger without cheese. See also 80's, Texas.

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45. Sandwiches With the Crusts Cut Off

Every picky child demands these, but then grows out of it sometime in middle school. See also Sandwiches.

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46. Dr. Doritos

Doritos that taste like Dr.Pepper.

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47. Neeps 'n' Tatties

A Scottish dish of... turnips and potatoes. See also Scottish, Sophomoric.

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48. Cold Dog

A hot dog served cold.

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49. Crispy Citters

Breakfast cereal from the 80's. See also 80's.

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50. Headcheese

Jellied meat from various farm animals. No cheese. See also Farming.

Added by ThomasTheJester on December 22, 2015| 2 Comments | You Like This |

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