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Museum of the Weird by Amelia Gray
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I read Amelia Gray's Museum of the Weird in about 5 hours. It was a collection of short stories about things that don't really happen, but I'm not sure if that makes them weird. What was weird was her obsession with food. Here is a partial list of things eaten:
pieces of chocolate
human tongue
toes
fish sticks
hair
tomato-cream bisque
prickly pears
packet of sunflower seeds
cottage cheese
banana bread
hair (again)
even more hair
lemon bars
2 goldfish
porterhouse steak
creamed peas
strawberry
warm bread
gelatin
balogna sandwiches
tostadas
king ranch chicken
sloppy joes
a mint
meatloaf
spaghetti and meatballs
pork barbecue and french fries
breakfast tacos
fajitas
onion soup
quesadillas
chicken fried steak
grilled cheese sandwiches
steak and eggs
baked potato
tomato soup
pork chops
cheese crisp
ham and cheese
fish sandwiches
chicken salad
corn dogs
tamale pie
vegetable soup
macaroni
chili
hamburger
tomato
corn chips
yogurt
some more cottage cheese
protein shake
jelly beans
bread crumbs
slices of meat
grilled onions
milkshakes
cheeseburger no lettuce
tater tots
english muffins
mustard
peanuts
animal crackers
crab cake
tuna
summer squash
cinnamon
leaves off a tree
cat food
tiny screws
pages of a book
baking soda
the number 2 from a telephone keypad
love
bread
eggs
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