Food: Cracker
cannibal crackers   (+1)  [vote for, against]
for entertainment purposes only. no voodoo, please.

the name says it all. clowns, grocery store checkout ladies, gym coaches, hobos, that guy who still wont believe disco is dead, the snotty chain smoking woman and much much more!!! in vivid animal cracker style, all the people you co-exist with are now edible.
-- monk, Jul 27 2003

Animal Crackers?
[my face your, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]

Baked for Dogs...
People Crackers [dbsousa, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]

Disco is dead?
-- DeathNinja, Jul 27 2003

Have you seen the film Soylent Green? Soylent Green is people!
-- darkknight_152002, Jul 28 2003

Can I put them in my soup?
-- sartep, Jul 28 2003

Perhaps we can call them Hannibal Crackers!
-- darkknight_152002, Jul 28 2003

Now there's a guy with balls.
-- FarmerJohn, Jul 28 2003

I don't know, I think he looks rather tasty in those shorts.
-- nichpo, Jul 28 2003

//Perhaps we can call them Hannibal Crackers!//

Hehe! [darkknight], have you seen those?
-- Shz, Jul 28 2003

Yes, I have seen Soylent Green, Silence of the Lambs, and Hannibal and I must say, they are cool films. I meant Dr. Hannibal Lector from Silence of the Lambs and Hannibal, not the Carthaginan general from the Second Punic War!

"A census taker once tried to test me; I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti. ...sssssssssssss..." - Dr. Hannibal Lector from Silence of the Lambs
-- darkknight_152002, Jul 28 2003

Ummm, I meant the real Hannibal Crackers. - Made by Nabisco, same as their Animal Crackers only shaped like human organs and a picture of Hannibal on the box. The Food & Drug Administration rejected the product so it never made it to the shelves. I thought you might have seen it too.
-- Shz, Jul 28 2003

no; i do not believe in voodoo ... just another one of my feeble stabs at humour. oh nevermind.
-- monk, Jul 29 2003

But Lance Armstrong IS a cracker! At least in the racial epitaph sense of the word...
-- hoopdy, Jul 29 2003

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