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That was amazing
when putting these before the tester groups, I recommend a blind taste test so they are not creeped out by the eyes. :P
You don’t have to be a sociopath to succeed in Mad Science, but it helps!
And here I thought only potatoes had eyes….
That’s what mainly annoyed me about “Cloudy with Meatballs 2″. Well, what mainly annoyed me was the inferior quality of the storytelling and the emotional dependency of the main character. But I was also irked by the idea that the vegetables should be spared simply because they had eyes and could move. He created the darned things to feed mankind! They should be eaten! If a giant hamburger were coming after me, I’d grab a chainsaw (knife and fork wouldn’t cut it, pardon the pun), cut it into little bits and invite the clan over for barbecue!
He prefers to think of it as not being distracted from his goals. The fact that the screams made it taste better is purely marketing information.
That was creepy, disgusting, sick… I’m lost for words.
I’m pretty sure we have a word for vegetables with eyes that can move. What was it again? Oh yes, animals. And they’re delicious.
I’m sorry but I had to turn on Add Blocker, as this site (and ONLY this site) is giving me pop-ups saying I must update things like Firefox’s Video Player and Java in ways that smell terribly of trying to get me to install malware.
Damn, no edit button? Ad blocker, not add blocker. I have nothing against math.
@BrokenEye, the True False Prophet
Yes, animals are delicious. Veal, beef, pork, hare (not that I’ve ever had hare but I’m holding out for it), escargot, frog’s legs, crabs, lobsters, etc. Let’s not forget that cabbages and lettuce have heads but we eat them, too!
The surviving cherry would make an interesting supervillain.
No! You’re not meant to eat the science!
Well, I guess he is in food science, so someone’s got to eat it!
Just an itty bitty dose of Chemical X…
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