Funny Foods

Funny Foods

61. Diet-flavoured Peanuts

A packet of salt.

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62. Mud Pie

Offered to adults by small children, and never actually eaten by them. Sometimes consumed by the chef. Usually prerequesitory to a bath or shower or backyard hose. See also Children.

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63. Grilled Crayon Sandwich

A legendary dish that Ralph Wiggum invented.
Now with extra thumbtacks! See also Simpsons.

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64. Booblicky

A popular Russian snack, kind of like a donut but only smaller, harder, and made out of bread. See also Russian.

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65. Spam Musubi

A slice of spam, block of rice, and seaweed sold in Hawaii. Actually pretty tasty. See also Hawaii.

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66. Baby Corn

It doesn't even taste like corn. See also Vegetables.

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67. Beaver Nuggets Shop

Basically Pirate’s Booty covered in caramel. Easy to unwittingly eat an entire bag on a long road trip.

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68. The Forbidden Fruit

Also known as Tide Pods.

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69. Tide Pods

Wait a minute...

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70. Kangaroo Burgers

Way back when I was a kid, people considered making these for health reasons, as well as to reduce carbon footprint. Sadly, this idea never took off.

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