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Do people really eat chilled monkey brains?
Bonus points if you can name the reference...
maybe in stone age or in cannibal era that was"in" thing, sort of eating live animals and humans? But kidding aside rural areas in the Philippines like in the Sierra Madre and in the South of the country people do cook and eat monkey meat.
I saw this Get Smart episode, where 86 and 99 get stuck in a laboratory of new computers and they have to programme themselves out of it. In the program a fridge door keeps opening and one of items that comes out for them to consume is chilled monkey brains. They don't dare eat them for fear of getting cool, so they smash up the ice to destroy the computer engine, and then the auto door opens and they escape, straight into the arms of the armed Seigfried. It's a great episode and one that totally relates to modern day use of the computer.
Manum!? Wow, extra bonus points... the reference I was thinking of was Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Great job...
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