Funny Foods

Funny Foods

81. Betel Nut

A nut eaten in the Pacific Islands that turns one's mouth purple.

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82. Durian

The world's smelliest fruit.

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83. Beignets

Pronounced bin-YAYs. A Cajun foodstuff consisting of deep-fried balls of dough. See also Cajun.

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84. Dr. Pepper Cobbler

Cherry Cobbler with water replaced with Dr. Pepper. See also Dessert, Diabetes.

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85. Kids' Menu

Offered by Mexican, Italian, and Chinese restaurants for kids 12 and below. We're talking chicken tenders, Mac and cheese, and fish sticks. None of the food on the kids menu is actually Mexican, Italian, or Chinese. See also Children.

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86. Leftovers

Easier to add to the other containers at the back of the refrigerator than to throw out. See also Kitchen.

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87. Taco Tater

Basically everything in a taco on a potato.

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88. Chicken Fried Chicken

You don't say. See also Redundant, Texas.

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89. 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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90. Face Cakes

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

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