Eating feats in films

Not eating feet in films.

Which is yr favourite?

  • Beethoven’s 2nd (Dad v Dog)
  • The Great Outdoors (Candy v gristle)
  • Stand by me (Blueberry pie vomiting)
  • Cool Hand Luke (Eggz)
  • Other (please specify)

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Bruce Bogtrotter in Matilda.

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1 Girl, 1 Pie in A Ghost Story

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alright, quentin tarrantino

this totally works, fuck off

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This deserves an ‘Eating feet in films’ spin off thread surely

I don’t understand this thread

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think about this scene frequently. i would say more often than once a month.

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tampopo

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Me neither

So fucking good

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I’d say Oldboy, just for the sheer multi-take gruelling nature of it, but I do feel sorry for the squid.

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Slicing garlic really thin in Goodfellas so it dissolves in the sauce (a feat I have never managed)

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Have never watched this film for this very reason.

this may have put me off eggs forever

(Technically it’s Dad and Dog v other Dads and Dogs, not Dad v Dog)

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quite right: a foolish oversight on my part, for which I can only apologise.

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No apology necessary. Just try and rewatch Beethoven’s 2nd a few times over the weekend if you can please.

That’s a cooking feat though isn’t it?

Mr Creosote.

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It’s an Octopus, which probably makes it worse. Don’t eat Octopus, people.

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