#MyMonsterAppetite

Most people love Instagramming their food: sunny brunches, epic dinners, coffee shop treats. You've probably seen them all. 
But what if humans weren't the only ones sharing photos of their foodbefore they chowed down? This is a series of meals I've put together from 'monsters': you know, the bad guys from graphicnovels, films and books. Try and guess which monster was feeling hungry! (answers below)


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Droogies sharpening up for a lomtick of the ol' ultra-violence #MyMonsterAppetite

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Just my type #MyMonsterAppetite

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🌊🌊🌊 #MyMonsterAppetite

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My personal snack. The most scrumptious cake in the entire world #MyMonsterAppetite

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🌱 #MyMonsterAppetite

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6.)

The great hunger is upon me once more. #MyMonsterAppetite

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7.)

WheeeEeeEeeeeEEE #MyMonsterAppetite

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#MyMonsterAppetite

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I have an incredible dislike for answering questionaries #MyMonsterAppetite

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Answers

1.) Alex, from the movie A Clockwork Orange (based on the novel by Anthony Burgess)

2.) A vampire

3.) The shark, from the movie Jaws (based on the novel by on Peter Benchley)

4.) Trunchbull, from the movie Matilda (based on the novel by Roald Dahl) 

5.) A triffid, from the novel  Day of the Triffids by John Wyndham. 

6.) Galactus, from the Marvel Comics universe 

7.) A mogwai, from the movie Gremlins

8.) Kevin, from Frank Miller's graphic novel Sin City Volume 1: The Hard Goodbye

9.) Hannibal Lecter, from the novel Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris

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