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Just as Nightmare Fuel in its many forms breeds nightmares, Nausea Fuel fills the viewer with the urge to vomit and reach for the Brain Bleach.

Paradoxically (or maybe not), Glurge can also find itself in this category.

Related to Squick, Shock Site and Gross-Out Show. Eye Scream and Gross Up Close-Up are subtropes of this. May overlap with Fan Disservice.

No Real Life Examples, Please.

Examples of Nausea Fuel include:


Anime and Manga Edit

  • Several of Narutaru's most horrific scenes fall under this. The most infamous examples include the test tube incident, the victim of said attack getting her bloody revenge on the main perpetrator by siccing her own torture methods onto her via her newly-acquired Shadow Dragon, and the utterly brutal rape and murder of Norio in the manga.
  • Bokurano by Mohiro Kitoh has a guy getting half his hand sliced off, in detail. In the manga, there's also the scene where Chizu slits Kako's throat.
  • Naruto:
    • Orochimaru's fight with four-tailed Naruto where he sheds his body like a snake skin, and makes a copy of himself, by gagging one out of his mouth.
    • Kimimaro's Kekkai Genkai: even more so in the manga, because his fingers split in half so he can fling the bones like bullets, pulling his spine out of his back and uses it as a sword, and other things.
    • Shino and the other members of his clan are human insect hives. Made worse when the Fridge Horror hits you that, with the expendable manner the insects are in use and their short lifespan, they have to be continuously mating inside his body (this is actually made explicit in the anime and he even has a technique where he makes them mate faster).
  • Peacemaker Kurogane has Suzu carrying around his masters head in the last episode which eventually decays into a skull. As well as a good number of the battles towards the end.
  • Berserk: Pretty much a Nausea Gas Station. The horrors of the Eclipse from Volume 13, for example.
  • Hellsing:
    • In the TV series, there's Luke Valentine's demise, wherein he is eaten alive by Alucard's hellhound. While the worst of it is never shown, it's the sound effects that turn the stomach.
    • In the second OVA, the audience sees him get devoured with body parts and limbs flying everywhere (which are then eaten) and gallons of blood decorating the walls.
    • Rip Van Winkle's death in the fourth OVA.
    • Child!Seras helplessly watching her mother's corpse being raped in the seventh OVA.
  • Higurashi no Naku Koro ni.
    • Shion ripping off her fingernails with a torture machine as punishment.
    • Rena constantly scratching at herself and maggots oozing out of her cuts.
    • Keiichi clawing out his own throat.
    • The scuffle between Rena and Rina.
    • Rika scratching her throat out after stabbing herself in the neck many times in the manga, as well as her death in Minagoroshi-hen.
  • Umineko no Naku Koro ni.
  • Perfect Blue:
    • The scenes where Mima is being photographed naked.
    • The corpses that have their eyes gouged out.
    • The photographer being stabbed in his eye, his crotch and then repeatedly stabbed over and over by the supposed "pizza deliverer".
    • Me-Mania's physical appearance and his attempted rape of Mima.
    • The final battle between Rumi and Mima.
  • Tokyo Tribe: "Goosh Goosh". It's so bad there are reaction videos of it. It features a morbidly obese man raping a young male prostitute to death, and all the while he keeps saying GOOSH GOOSH! GOOSH GOOSH!
  • Several bits in Neon Genesis Evangelion like the Bardiel fight, which ends with the angel's viscera splattered over an entire town and several mountains. Kaworu's death, where his body is crushed and his head blown off from the pressure. And the part where Eva Unit-1 defeats Zeruel and then eats it.
    • There's also pretty much everything in The End of Evangelion. Especially the way Asuka checks out, getting ripped to shreds and devoured by the Mass Produced Evas.
  • New Getter Robo has an astounding number of shots of fat pilot Benkei's hairy/warty ass and testicles, for a 13 episode series.
  • Elfen Lied:
    • The beginning of the first episode, Lucy's various other murders throughout the series, what happened to Mayu, and Bandou's fights. The man gets an arm cut off, another one broken, and his eyes forced through their sockets by Lucy.
    • The cruel kids from Lucy's childhood who kicked the puppy she had been caring for against a wall and beat it to death with a vase as they forced Lucy to watch in horror. And then, she snapped.
  • School Days: The ending of the anime. Sekai stabbing Makoto causing Makoto to make gurgling noises, his eyes to bulge out of his head, and ends with him lying in his blood. Later, Kotonoha is revealed to have cut off Makoto's head and carries it around with her in a duffle bag. Then she stabs Sekai, which releases a torrent of blood, and cuts into her stomach so she can look for the baby inside. Finding none, she stands up, covered in Sekai's blood and we are treated to a inside looking out shot of Sekai's stomach. The final scene features Kotonoha lying on her families boat, and holding Makoto's head close to herself with an expression of absolute bliss on her face. It's much much worse on DVD where the blood is red and everything.
  • The Hentai anime Night Shift Nurses:
    • It used eggs in a way that prevented one reviewer from ever eating them again, despite that scene being one of the tamest in the series.
    • In Night Shift Nurses: Experiment, Sora putting a live eel inside Yuu Yagami. In the original Japanese dub, she's clearly screaming in pain (and complaining that her insides are going to be torn apart) during the scene.
    • Night Shift Nurses: Kranke the scenes with honey and yoghurt.
  • The Fingore in Monster. The fat, ugly hooker talking about Roberto's Biggus Dickus.
  • The Holes
  • The scene in the first episode of Haibane Renmei where Rakka's wings develop to full size in a matter of seconds. Includes all the blood and gory stuff you'd expect when two new appendages suddenly grow out of someone's back.
  • Hiromu Arakawa's masterpiece Fullmetal Alchemist has quite some notorious examples, including the thing that the Elric brothers created when attempting to resurrect their mother. Her earlier work Stray Dog has some minor examples restricted to a few pages, but those present are profoundly disturbing; that is, unless human remains and vivisection related imagery is your thing.
  • Franken Fran is entirely built on this.
  • Hänsel and Gretel from Black Lagoon. They slaughter everyone they can because they can, sacrifice children to get out afterward, play some really sick games with the survivors of their assaults and are smiling the whole time. Them being probably incestuous is likely their least disturbing attribute.
  • Pretty much everything about The World Is Mine. In addition to the grotesque character designs and horrific deaths and injuries caused by the two Villain Protagonists and the mysterious giant bear mecha, there's the decidedly unfit prime minister's nude scenes, the former prime minister's fetish for the collected "secretions" of his mistresses that he happily shares with his friends, the cop who can't control his saliva getting on everything when he talks (his superior advises him to see a doctor about it) and Wild Child Toshi's discriminating taste in sex partners/victims.
  • Here's a big bag of guro (includes Amigara Fault plus other works of Junji Ito.)
  • That Eldritch Abomination in Akira. Also counts as Nightmare Fuel.
  • Author of Black Butler Yana Toboso certainly seems to enjoy the gory side of life, what with the orphan murder rituals, vomit covered Ciel clinging to Sebastian and, in the second series of the anime, Alois Trancy trying to gouge his maid's eye out at the breakfast table for kicks. Not to mention the sword they keep in Hannah's esophagus
  • There's an element of Nausea Fuel in pretty much anything by Junji Ito, but the short story Glyceride, the part in Uzumaki where they eat the snail-people, and the whole kidney arc of Tomie in particular. Also, the additional Tomie story in Museum of Terror where her ex-lover continually beats her constantly regenerating body to a pulp, and then disposes of said pulp by turning it into sake.
  • Spirited Away:
    • particularly when Sen has to bathe the muck monster, but worse is when No-Face is purging himself.
    • The early scene where the parents transform into pigs is pretty repulsive.
  • The scene in the manga of Tactics in which we see Kantarou as a child, taking a shit, and we get a good view of the turd coming out. Whoever thought it was a good idea to show that must be one sick person.
  • Dead Leaves
    • For starters, the scene where they stick the tubes up the prisoners' asses and suck out all the fecal matter.
    • And the scene where a guy with a drill for a penis shoves it up another guy's ass.
    • And the guy who has balls for a head, with sperm oozing out of it.
  • Madoka Magica.
    • Mami being eaten alive by Charlotte.. In the anime you don't see it, but you hear it. In the manga, you see it all.
    • In the prequel Oriko Magica, Kazuko-sensei is the one who gets chomped on. It's just as ugly.
  • The animated adaption of Fate/Zero gives us Zouken's...welcome to Sakura via insect-rape. She's a girl of like 5, and you get to see the aftermath in glorious high definition. He also implies that he raped her on the first day she was here - which, those who played Heaven's Feel in Fate/stay night know to be true. Not only does it make you want to throw up, it does absolute wonders towards your hatred of Zouken.
  • You thought volume 13 of Berserk was bad enough, then you haven't read Wolf Guy Wolfen Crest, which brings up the nausea fuel to level eleven right around chapters 74-76.... and it lasts for several more chapters.
  • Lest we not forget Panty And Stocking With Garterbelt. Monsters in the beginning of the series always were some sort of personified Nausea Fuel. Shit monster, sperm ghosts who died during masturbation, bulimia monster who had boobs for eyes, vomit monster that causes others to retch all over Tokyo, etc.


Comic Books Edit

  • Some of the Mad Magazine comics., such as one about a super-pimple, and one about a gross-out luncheon at a fancy restaurant.
  • An awful lot of Darker and Edgier bloodsplatter comics from the Iron Age. This trend hasn't really ended (it hasn't been that long since a demonic version of Wonder Dog ate Marvin in Teen Titans).


Fan Fiction Edit

  • Thousand Shinji: any scene involving Rei's worship of Nurgle. Especially the Iruel battle and Rei's transformation into Reigle.
  • ARSENAL: The Black Bunnies, both what they do and what eventually gets done to them. Some of the other characters, especially Shinji, can edge into this as well.
  • In Axis Powers Hetalia there is a comic, which later expanded into so many spin-offs it's practically a fandom of its own, known as the Financial Crisis Gangbang. Basically, the cast blames America for the economic crisis... so they (with the exception of his little brother Canada, thank god) gang rape him. And that's not even going into the "America's revenge" fics, where he makes it his priority to torture and murder his rapists in the worst ways the author can think of at the time.
  • There's My Little Chicken, where America lays eggs out his anus in described detail and Russia, who has a fetish for it, has sex with him while he does it. In fact, this author's whole library of fanfiction could be consider Nausea Fuel.
  • Poke Wars. Every battle has at least one close-up on the effect of a brutal attack, and with the dampeners off.
  • Hogwarts Exposed has copious amounts of both forms of Nausea Fuel. It's most infamous as a Gross-Out Show of a Dark Fic complete with rape, paedophilia, torture and bodily functions. When it takes a break from this, it instead assaults the reader with strangely out-of-place, sickly-sweet Glurge.
  • Cupcakes
  • Cheerilee's Garden. In particular, Sweetie Belle's death, although the others could probably spark some unpleasant reactions as well.


Film Edit

  • The Alien series. The chestbursters, of course. Also, for some, the white, milky stuff the androids spew everywhere when they're damaged.
  • The American Pie series:
    • It has some, particularly with Stifler. Beer with semen in the first. Being peed on in the second. And the worst case ever, involving the results of a dog eating a wedding ring in the third.
    • The dog defecating the ring isn't the worst part. The worst part is when Stifler puts the turd in his mouth and starts chewing it.
    • Fifth and Sixth sequel both have prominent scenes of guys projectile-vomiting on girls' cleavages.
  • Catherine Breillat's Anatomy of Hell contains an uncensored shot of a prepubescent girl's privates, a hoe being jammed into a vagina, and a used tampon being dipped in a glass of water like a teabag and the said water then being drunk.
  • The Anthropophagus Beast.
    • The killer ripping the pregnant woman's fetus out. It was so realistic that in Britain it was thought that the scene was genuine and it consequently got itself banned. (Of course it was not genuine; the fetus was a rabbit carcass.)
    • At the end, the recently disemboweled killer starts eating his own spilled innards as he dies.
  • In a flashback/dream sequence in Audition, one of Asami's previous boyfriends is shown. He is missing both feet at the ankles, both hands, his eyes, and his tongue. Asami vomits into a bowl and offers it to him, and he drinks it hungrily.
  • The climactic scene near the very end of Fight Club, where the protagonist blows a hole in the back of his own head in order to kill Tyler Durden. No matter how many times this troper watches the film, I have to look away or risk vomiting.
  • The Canadian sci-fi/horror trilogy Cube definitely has this, with lots of scenes involving people being subjected to various deadly traps including sprays of flesh-melting acid and people-slicing wires.
  • Austin Powers:
    • Any scene in the movies that involves Fat Bastard.
    • There's also this gem:

 Austin: This coffee smells like shit!

Basil: Austin, it is shit.

Austin: Oh good, then it's not just me.

Austin drinks the "coffee" while Basil looks away, disgusted.

Austin:

    • The scene in the third movie where Goldmember eats a flake of his own dried skin and describes it as salty falls under this.
  • In a Flash Back in Bloodbath at the House of Death, Dr Lukas Mandeville's monocle falls into an incision in the patient on whom he is operating. He gropes around in the incision in an attempt to retrieve his monocle, but he only succeeds in pulling out handfuls of flesh and organs.
  • The obscure, low-budget Australian comedy-horror film Body Melt (said to be Tarantino's favorite Australian film).
    • Among its bits of nastiness: A man drinks a bottle of detergent and tentacles grow out of holes in his neck and extend up his nose, the face around a man's mouth splits open and he grows ears in the palms of his hands, a pregnant woman's chest swells up and explodes and her placenta shoots out of her vagina and attacks her husband, a man's penis grows and explodes, a man literally drowns in his own snot and mucus whilst coughing and sneezing, a child cracks their face open whilst skateboarding, a woman's head shrinks and dissolves into mucus, and a woman's tongue grows until she can't breathe and chokes.
    • Tarantino was a talking head in Not Quite Hollywood, a documentary of Australian films, and he clearly had a lot of enthusiasm for the subject, mainly because of their over-the-top recklessness. For him to call this his favorite is saying a lot.
  • The nude fight scene in Borat.
  • Cabin Fever:
    • Marcy attempting to shave her legs in the bath, only to literally shave her skin off.
    • There's also copious footage throughout the film of the diseased carcasses of animals and of a giant stagnant pool of sewage.
  • City of the Living Dead, by Lucio Fulci. A woman vomits up her own intestines whilst weeping blood.
  • The "jittercam" used in Cloverfield inspired a species of nausea in some viewers.
  • The camera work in The Blair Witch Project.
  • The same could be said for Quarantine, the American remake of REC. In a two part rant, The Spoony One even justifies this (along with saying that the movie was lame).
  • The Cook the Thief His Wife And Her Lover has a lot of stomach-turning moments, but two really stand out:
    • In the very first scene, Michael Gambon's character is punishing the cook. He strips him naked, issues a savage beating, and then as a final degradation forces him to roll around in dog feces.
    • At the end, Helen Mirren serves her lover's dead body to her husband as a meal, after the husband had ordered his brutal death. At gunpoint, forces him to eat it. While her husband is gagging down the meal, she shoots him.
  • The Dark Knight:
    • The Joker is supposed to be scary. Watching him explore the reverse side of his scars, with some relish - with his tongue - is sickening.
    • From the same movie, Harvey Dent. More specifically, his gloriously skeletal half-mug.
    • The Joker's pencil trick. The prisoner who has a bomb stitched inside his chest courtesy of the Joker and then promptly blows up.
    • Or, from Batman Begins Rachel's fear toxin hallucination of Crane.
  • Anything by David Cronenberg has a high chance of containing this. Particular examples are Videodrome and The Fly.
    • And Crash. If the fact that it's about a secret society of people with a sexual fetish for car crashes whom deliberately crash cars and have sex in the wrecks wasn't enough, it also contains a scene where a man has sex with a woman via a wound in her leg that resembles a vagina.
    • Don't forget The Brood. A woman chews through an amniotic sack growing directly out of her chest, takes the fetus out and licks it clean.
  • The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008):
    • The birth of the alien at the beginning of the movie. Complete with close up of gooey chunks that encased its body being torn away.
    • The metal locusts. The way they slowly and meticulously tear a human being apart from the microscopic level up in their introduction, all while multiplying exponentially.
  • Dirty Love. A woman vomits all over her breasts while pole-dancing and menstruates all over a rug.
  • Dirty Sanchez: The Movie contains a scene where one of the group gets liposuction and another drinks the extracted fat. At least, according to the parental advisory of the movie on IMDB.
  • Skip the popcorn at District 9. Between the vomiting black ooze, the fingernails falling off, and some of the scenes in the Bio Lab, it's a long, bumpy, nauseating ride through the Transformation Trauma.
  • In Downfall, Magda Goebbels kills her own children, one by one, with cyanide pills. Nevermind the Child Soldier Red Shirts Dying Like Animals outside, hearing the children's last breaths made me physically nauseous.
  • Epic Movie: an extensive, nauseating vomiting scene.
  • Eraserhead:
    • The chicken. And the baby; specifically when he cuts it open.
    • The sperm-like creatures crawling all over the apartment. Not so gross, until you find out that Lynch used real human umbilical cords.
  • Event Horizon. The infamous video log left by the last crew because hyperspace was indeed a scary place and made them do very, very icky things to one another, including one crew member trying to reach down his own throat and pull out some thankfully-unrecognizable organ.
  • Evolution. An alien dragonfly burrows under a man's skin (à la The Mummy) and is removed via having a set of forceps stuck up his anus. Later, that same man gets sucked up into the anus of a giant amoeba.
  • The Feast trilogy, especially in the second when the dead creature sprays semen over everyone and they begin to vomit uncontrollably.
  • Freddy Got Fingered. Tom Green masturbates a horse, masturbates an elephant, skins a deer he ran down with his car and dances around wearing its bloody carcass, licks the open wound of his character's best friend, and sticks his hand up a pregnant woman's vagina to rip the baby out and then swings the baby around his head like a lasso by its umbilical cord.
  • The Garbage Pail Kids Movie. The cards that inspired the movie as well.
  • Ghost Ship. Two men eat some seemingly innocuous tins of beans and rice from the kitchen of a derelict, adrift, haunted ocean liner. Then they realize that they're actually wolfing down... maggots.
  • The early-80s horror movie Happy Birthday to Me has an extended brain surgery sequence. The filmmakers wanted to ensure it was realistic, so they hired an actual brain surgeon to play the brain surgeon.
  • Hostel. The most disgusting moment in the film is easily the bit where Paxton cuts the optic nerve of the captured Japanese girl, who has had half her face burned off.
  • Pretty much the entirety of the House of Wax remake.
  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas: The close-up shot of The Grinch's termite infested teeth.
  • The entire premise of The Human Centipede.
    • The sequel takes this Up to Eleven: In the first film there were three people involved in the centipede, in the sequel there are twelve people. A woman gives birth inside a car and actually sqaushes the newborn's head to escape in the car from the villan.
  • Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom; the banquet and the heart removal.
  • The autopsy scene from JFK. It didn't help that bits of actual autopsy photography and footage was used as well.
  • Jane Austen's Mafia! includes a long, drawn out vomiting sequence (even a horse pukes).
  • Ju-On 2. Kyoko gives birth to a full grown Kayako.
  • Gozu, by the same Takashi Miike who brought you Audition. The Yakuza boss with a fetish for having cookware inserted into a non-culinary orifice is particularly revolting.
  • Lost Highway itself has numerous instances. The one that's probably the most disturbing flashes by extremely quickly: a security camera image of him with Renee's body. She is dissembled, with her lower body positioned to mimic the Black Dahlia murder, and Fred is grinning at the camera. This adds squick to another apparently innocent security camera image, which shows Fred and Renee in bed together. But Renee appears to have seams on her limbs, suggesting that this is actually Renee's reassembled body.
  • Matilda:
    • Both the film and the book has the Trunchbull and pretty much all the scenes involving chocolate.
  • Monty Python's The Meaning of Life:
    • Where Mr. Creosote gorges on food until he explodes.
      • The actual exploding is pretty tame and cartoonish compared to what precedes it: In order to make room for his meal, Mr. Creosote projectile vomits, repeatedly and realistically, onto the floor, into a bucket, and all over the wait staff. The other customers are so disgusted by this that they too begin to lose their dinners -- no doubt channeling the reactions of the audience.
      • One poor extra, in fact, was apparently so overcome by the stench of the mixture used for the vomiting/explosion that he threw up for real. if you watch the right-hand side of the screen in the closing shot, the poor guy is painfully obvious...
  • Men Behind the Sun.
    • It's about atrocities in the form of grotesque human experiments conducted by Imperial Japan's Unit 731 during World War II to try and make biological weapons. It contains a woman's arms being frozen and then the flesh being ripped off them exposing the bones whilst she is still alive and screaming, genuine footage of the autopsy of a child, a cat being thrown into a room of rats to be devoured (which may or may not be unsimulated), and; and this one's the kicker; a man being put in a pressure chamber and the pressure then being raised until his intestines squirt out his anus.
    • The child was still alive and awake during the autopsy.
  • The Mummy Trilogy:
    • Any scene involving scarabs. Especially the one where a scarab crawls out of Imhotep's neck and into his mouth and he eats it.
    • What about that one scene in the second movie where past-Imhotep and Anak-sunamon are kissing, then the scene shifts to the present-day (in the film), and she's kissing a decaying corpse.
  • Oldboy : Oh Dae-su eats an octopus alive. Its tentacles continue to twitch and slither after he bit the head. It's a real octopus, by the way.
  • The writhing, wiggling mandrake root in Pan's Labyrinth.
  • Peter Jackson's early films like Bad Taste which includes a main character trying to keep his own brain in his busted open head and Braindead which has The Virus-infected boils exploding into food and a man getting his face slowly pulled off... to name a few.
  • Everything that happens in Braindead.
  • Meet the Feebles: an antropomorphic fly character landing on a pile of feces in toilet bown and feasting on it in extended close-ups. A rabbit character slowly decaying from a veneral disease as his body gets covered with boils. The fact that they are puppets may have averted murders and disemboweling scenes somewhat, but there are a lot of other nauseating things that look realistic enough.
  • Pink Flamingos
  • Pirates of the Caribbean:
    • From Dead Man's Chest: Will Turner cuts one of the mutant pirates' stomachs open, looking for an easy win. Instead of blood, we see a deluge of mud, slime, and what looks like a pair of obese hagfish.
    • At World's End ups the ante by showing one of Jack's hallucinated copies casually rip out his own brain and lick it lovingly.
    • The part in At World's End where Davy Jones uses his tentacles to kill Mercer.
    • When they're sailing through the frozen wasteland and one of the crew members snaps off his own frozen toe.
  • The majority of Poltergeist.
  • Oh, so very much from Problem Child 2! Junior peeing in a pitcher and watching with glee as someone drinks it, believing it to be lemonade. A small dog that drops feces twice the size of himself. Junior loudly farting in the principal's office. The food fight, with pizza that looks totally disgusting. Cockroaches infesting a family meal. And then, the vomiting scene! Dear god, the vomiting scene! Junior turns a ride at a carnival up to full speed, causing all the riders to vomit, which in turn causes people watching to vomit, which causes more people nearby to vomit, etc.
    • You know, for kids!
  • Requiem for a Dream: Harry shooting heroin directly into the infected area of his arm.
  • Salo Or The 120 Days Of Sodom, an infamous cinematic adaptation of a story by the Marquis De Sade.
  • Many of the traps from the Saw series.
    • The scene where decomposing pig corpses were fed into the grinder and the resulting goo was used to drown a victim.
    • Amanda being thrown into the pit of dirty syringes.
    • Not necessarily a trap, but the opening scene of Saw IV involving John Kramer/Jigsaw's autopsy was pretty gruesome.
  • Scary Movie 2: Serving the turkey.
  • Shaun of the Dead:
    • When Dave is dragged though the window of the Winchester, and his stomach is ripped open, while the zombies outside tear out his insides and he is still alive and screaming as his stomach is being ripped open?
    • The scene is a recreation of a similar scene in Day of the Dead where Cpt. Rhodes has the same fate, but unlike Dave, he has the guts to give possibly the best Facing the Bullets One-Liner in the history of cinema.
  • In The Movie of Silent Hill, which is a video game series already famous for this sort of thing, extremely dedicated mother Rose and police officer Cybil, along with strange young woman Anna, get caught up in front of sanctuary. Anna GETS HER SKIN RIPPED OFF by Pyramid Head, and then throws it at the church they're on their way to hiding in!
    • Or during the execution scene, where Cybil is slowly burned to death for "helping the witches." This troper gagged a little when she started begging her "Mama" for help.
  • Slumdog Millionaire: Jamal is stuck in a bathroom with only two exits, a jammed door and jumping into shit.
  • Brick Top's speech about how he disposes of his victim's corpses using pigs is pretty gruesome in Snatch.
  • Society: The "shunting".
  • Pizza the Hutt from Spaceballs. Also all the other Hutts, to some extent.
  • Squirm
  • The sound effect used in Stir of Echoes for a fingernail snapping off that is stomach-turning. Apparently the visceral reaction the sound inspired in the audiences took the filmmakers by surprise.
  • Strange Brew: After Bob and Doug drink all the beer, they try to take their dog Hosehead's bowl, which has beer in it, by giving the dog a donut, and then they pour the dog's beer into another glass for their dad.
  • Super Size Me:
    • Explicit footage of gastric bypass surgery in the documentary. To the tune of the Blue Danube Waltz.
    • Early on when Morgan Sperlock eats his first huge super-sized McMeal and then McPukes.
  • Sweet Movie, an obscure Euroshlock Le Film Artistique by Dusan Makavejev. People vomit, piss and defecate on each other and play around in it, defecate onto plates and eat it, a woman masturbates with melted chocolate, a woman disembowels a man in a vat of sugar causing it to become all mixed and clumpy with gore, Holocaust footage of babies being murdered and brutalized, and a woman performs a lap-dance on prepubescent boys, whom are noticeably uncomfortable, before murdering them.
  • Team America: World Police
  • Tetsuo the Iron Man
  • The scene in Thinner where the guy slices his hand open and pours his blood into a pie.
  • The scene where the curly-haired kid projectile-vomits blood in Trick 'r Treat.
  • Tropic Thunder, the scene where Ben Stiller's character tries to prove that the director's death was fake... by tasting the bloody tatters still attached to his head. Even his co-stars are revolted.
  • Vase De Noces. It's informally known as The Pig Shit Movie, but an even more appropriate title would be The Pig Shit, Chicken Decapitating, Piglet Hanging, Shit Eating, Piss Drinking Movie.
  • The vampire dinner scene in Waxwork has vampires loudly slurping up bloody chunks of meat. And another scene where China finds her "fiancé" on a slab, still alive, with the meat cut off of his leg, leaving just muscle and bone. It doesn't help that a vampire falls on it later on, causing it make a disgusting breaking noise.
  • Xtro. After being raped in the mouth by an alien, a woman gives birth to a fully grown man, dying in the process.
  • Taxidermia is full of images you will never be able to unwatch. From the chronic masturbator having explicit sex with an old, obese woman on a bed of dead pig, to the couple of competitive eaters who vomit nearly as disgustingly as the foul-looking foods they cram into their mouths, to the taxidermist who embalms his monstrous father and then himself, while alive.
  • The Thing. John Carpenter's remake of the Howard Hawkes classic is pretty much the straight-up epitome of this. It's so disgusting and revolting that in its theatrical run, Carpenter requested theatres to screen this in the auditorium nearest the bathrooms in case anyone had to puke at the gore.
  • Repo! The Genetic Opera: Two people are disemboweled with no anesthetic, a man has his spine removed and a girl's face falls off.
  • In the second Urban Legend, when the main character finds the corpses of her friends, there's a graphic shot of rats eating their way in and out of one of the bodies.
  • Jan Svankmajer's Food has a final part called 'Dinner'. This involves a man covering his own severed left hand in condiments, then eating it after nailing a fork to his new, wooden hand, followed by an athlete eating his own left leg, a woman covering her severed breasts in lemon juice, and finally, the clincher, a slobbish, hairy fat man sticking a fork and knife in his own genitals, before covering them and shooing the audience away with his hand. Especially disgusting if you're having sausages for dinner that night.
  • Many scenes from House of 1000 Corpses.
  • Slither
  • Cannibal Holocaust
  • After Hollywood Hacking control of court televisions in Iron Man 2, one video shows an attempted start-up of an Iron Man imitation. The suit starts up... and it turns 180 degrees at the hip. Allegedly the test pilot regained consciousness, though really having your spine split from your legs is usually fatal.
  • The mutant bear in Prophecy was so absolutely revolting it had people puking in the theaters.
  • Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen: The Doctor sends a crab-bot covered in green slime up Sam's nose to probe his brain. You can see tendrils peeking out his nose and mouth.
  • Year One had some very gross scenes, like Jack Black eating poop, Michael Cera (the Butt Monkey of the movie) having a Potty Failure resulting in him peeing all over his face, and Michael Cera rubbing oil on Oliver Platt's chest.
  • A Serbian Film: "Newborn porn!"
  • Duncan drinking dog pee to cleanse himself after diving his hand into a crap-filled toilet in a gentleman's club to retrieve a ring that was recently peed out by a stripper in Mystery Team.
  • Andre the Butcher: The title character eats his own scabs.
  • In Marley and Me, the dog swallows a ring, so later the man has to hose the dog poop down and retrieve the ring out of it. We see the dog poop close-up, and see tiny chunks of corn in it too.
  • Turistas has a scene of a woman being vivisected on-screen, because the doctor believes that organ theft from the poor is how the rich foreigners take advantage of Brazilian "natural resources" and delivers a Hannibal Lecture about "collecting payment" to her tied-up boyfriend while slowly and methodically extracting her organs one by one. She's fully conscious while it happens, crying and whimpering as she watches the doctor casually pulling out a kidney through the incision on her belly. After everything of value is removed, her topless and still bleeding corpse is dumped into a sideroom for the boyfriend's rescuer to stumble on.
  • The birthing scene in Breaking Dawn.
  • Gummo is mostly about this. The bathtub scene in particular has deeply disturbed a lot of viewers.


Literature Edit

  • The book Totally Wicked! has worm-like monsters that suck out the insides of both humans and animals. It's even worse when the main characters find the skin of a dog floating in the wind.
  • Speaking of the other Wicked, it has several examples, the most prominent of which being that not only is Elphaba born green, she is also born with vicious teeth. She likes biting, and has to be restrained to stop her hurting herself, and can't be breastfed.
  • Wetlands by Charlotte Roche
  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows:
    • Ron's unfortunate "splinching", where a chunk of his arm is missing.
    • "Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans", some of which taste like boogers, vomit, or even earwax. Their real-life counterpart (made by Jelly Belly), contain regular flavors as well as grosser ones like Spinach, Spaghetti, Grass and yes, Boogers, Vomit and Earwax. They're actually pretty spot on.
    • Apparently, the (as-yet unrevealed) ritual for creating a Horcrux acted as nausea fuel for J. K. Rowling's editor. Rowling has said that the ritual will be spilled to the general public in the Harry Potter Encyclopaedia when it eventually puts in an appearance.
  • The description in Making Money of Cosmo Lavish's gangrenous, rotting finger (thanks to wearing a much-too-small signet ring described as cutting off his circulation entirely, because he desperately wants to imitate Vetinari) complete with the descriptions of the rotting stench of his hand stewing in its glove and his erratic behaviour as it appears to poison him.
  • Speaking of Pratchett, in Wyrd Sisters, when Duke Felmet keeps trying to wash the blood off his hands, eventually grating them until they're nearly completely gone and have to be continually bandaged. To wit -- when we say wash, we really mean "ground off to a bloody stump".
  • In Breaking Dawn, the part where Bella's vampire Death Baby is being born: it breaks her spine and ribs, and then Edward performs a Vampiric C-Section with his teeth, and even chows down on the afterbirth.
  • Guts by Chuck Palahniuk.
  • The sequence in Haunted in which one character is believed to be dead, so the others cut off pieces of her flesh to cook. She isn't dead after all, and winds up eating some of her own flesh before she does die.
  • The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien falls into this through brutal honesty, going so far as to tell the reader that if you would censor the word "shit," you would censor the truth. That doesn't mean the death of Kiowa is any less disgusting -- he literally drowns in excrement.
  • K.A. Applegate's Remnants series was full of this. From the first book with the horrible fungus-filled cryopods of character's family members, to the live flesh-eating worms, to the guy with all his skin painstaking burned off and replaced with a clear coating...
  • Animorphs:
    • Elfangor getting eaten alive.
    • "The Sickness", where Marco is discribing the various terms for "throwing up". Power of suggestion.
  • Iain Banks' Use of Weapons.
  • David Ingrove's Chung Kuo series, combining racism, xenophobia, Dystopia, and Squick in one nauseating series. Such as gouging out your enemy's eyeballs, filling the sockets with maggots, and then sewing the eyelids shut.
  • The Dresden Files:
    • "Turn Coat" has the scene where Harry is describing sensing Shagnasty with his Sight activated.

 "Try to imagine the stench of rotten meat. Imagine the languid, arrhythmic pulsing of a corpse filled with maggots. Imagine the scent of stale body odor mixed with mildew, the sound of nails screeching across a chalkboard, the taste of rotten milk, and the flavor of spoiled fruit."

    • The rampage of the loup-garou in Fool Moon is one of the most explicitly violent scenes in the series. It seems as if everyone in the station is horribly killed or traumatised for life.
  • From a Buick 8 by Stephen King has a good bit of nausea fuel, particularly the dissection scene.
  • Misery:
    • Annie crushes a rat to death with her bare hand, poking her fingers into its body in the process. And then she licks her fingers. Paul wasn't the only one that felt ill. Also, sometime during the later half of the book, Annie cuts off one of Paul's thumbs. And then puts it on a birthday cake and serves it to him, making a not-so subtle threat to force him to eat it.
    • The part where she forces him to drink her filthy cleaning water. As well as the part where she hacks his foot off with an axe and then cauterizes the wound with a blowtorch. Sounds awful, turns out to be far, far worse.
  • American Gods has Laura, the main character Shadow's undead wife who slowly rots over the course of the story. It starts with Shadow french kissing her dry formaliny mouth and ends up with her coughing up gobs of maggots. Complete with description of how that feels to her. Thanks for that Neil Gaiman! The same book also features a man-eating vagina. Quit sniggering.
  • The Jungle by Upton Sinclair.
  • Filth by Irvine Welsh features a disgusting detective who has a tapeworm living in his guts. It has some horrendous, graphically written scenes of the tapeworm coming out for a visit. Also, the guy himself does some pretty vile things throughout the book.
  • Friday the 13th: Church of the Divine Psychopath spends an inordinate amount of time describing how horribly mangled and infected a character's foot has become. It gets worse when he tries running from Jason, and steps on a really pointy stick, then Jason impales him, rips the machete out, lifts him up, and jams his hand into the machete wound and starts pulling stuff out.
  • Princeps' Fury, the fifth book of Codex Alera, briefly features a Taken grass lion rotting alive, complete with description of maggots squirming under its flesh.
  • Any edition of the Guinness Book Of World Records released since circa 2000. It was around then that it seemed to turn into Guinness Book of Gross-Out Records, with as many disgusting images they could manage per page.
  • American Psycho, sticking a tube with a rat in it up a woman's vagina then chainsawing her in half, and using a wide drill bit to gouge a woman's mouth open, skull-fuck her, then pull her throat out through her mouth. Or where he nails his ex-girlfriend to a plank of wood and proceeds to totally destroy her body while she is still alive.
  • Any book documenting torture devices through history.
  • In The Naming of the Beasts, Felix Castor attempts hand-to-hand combat with the demon Asmodeus.

 He kicked something across the floor at me - something red and wet that looked as though it belonged in the little plastic bag you find up a chicken's arse and throw away before you cook it. Part of my jawbone; I could tell by the fact that it still had three teeth embedded in it.

  • A Japanese folktale tells of a certain prince who was insulted that a certain highly intelligent princess refused to see him. After she scares him with a mechanical snake he steals her chamber pot to prove she isn't perfect. After inspecting the pot thouroughly he drinks its contents -- the princess had filled the (presumably brand-new) pot with golden tea and fragrent herbs.
  • A Japanese folktale has a monk who has "relations" with his young acolyte, who turns out to be a woman, who is really the goddess Kanon. When she goes away she leaves a giant nugget of gold (the monk thought his lover was pregnant), as well as a bucket of all the sperm from their relationship.
  • Michael Gira's short story collection The Consumer is loaded to the brim with this, often in conjunction with massive amounts of Nightmare Fuel. Take, for example, the opening story, "Empathy", which may be the most uncomfortable tale of Brother-Sister Incest ever written. Or "The Whore Boy", which is just... the curious can read it themselves.
  • Jeremy Robert Johnson's short story compilation Angeldust Apocalypse, in which a character takes horse tranquilizers and begins to cut disembowel himself with a scalpal, pulling out his intestines while his parents watch in horror. And that may be one of the tamer stories in the book.
  • The original French version of Frédéric Beigbeder's award-winning novel, Windows On The World features one of the squickiest sex scenes in literature. An adulterous couple on one of the upper floors of the South Tower of the World Trade Center having sex is probably questionable enough. The author, however, decides to turn up the squick by having the lovers surrounded by poisonous smoke (they're called "asbestos lovers" at one point during the scene), purple corpses of their former co-workers, and water levels reaching up to their thighs. The scene was so unsettling that it was removed in the American translation of the Novel.
  • Someone Elses War: Matteo finds out that children who try to escape the Lord's Resistance Army are first killed, then cut into pieces, then served to the rest of the children along with their dinner.
  • Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness


Live Action TV Edit

  • Cheers. Coach's reaction to his daughter Lisa's fiance.

 Sam: Where ya goin', Coach?

Coach: To toss my lunch.

  • A particular scene in Grey's Anatomy in which a vein on a patient's neck pulses for a few seconds before exploding literally cutting his neck open and squirting out torrents of blood.
  • In Survivor: Micronesia:
  • Fringe. Not only is it often Body Horror-tastic in its dramatic scenes, but even the comedic scenes have potentially nauseating elements. These normally involve resident Mad Scientist Walter Bishop cracking open someone's head while pondering what he had for breakfast or hiding a human ear in an omelette as part of some experiment (something to do with it being rich in protein), and Peter naturally finding out in the worst possible way.
  • Jackass. "Don Vito", Bam Margera's disgusting and perverted uncle.
  • Dirty Jobs:
    • Make sure a barf bucket is handy before watching the Skull Cleaner episode.
    • What about the parchment episode?
    • Or the episode where they neutered goats, and yes, you get to see it all on camera. For some reason after the "cut" Mike has to bite the remaining bloody meat out of...
    • Possibly even worse is the episode about fishermen, where they show that cod leave around baseball sized wads of semen.
  • Doctor Who.
    • "The Stolen Earth". Davros' Shirtless Scene. Ick.
    • And then there's the man's head mutating into a Dalek creature in "Revelation of the Daleks". Hell, the Dalek creatures in general during the classic series, considering they seemed to consist entirely of goop.
    • Though the Weeping Angels are usually mentioned under Hight Octane Nightmare Fuel, The Time of Angels had three or four moments in which mens' necks are snapped. There were discretion blackouts, but the audible cracking noises can make you a bit queasy.
  • Bones
    • Body. Bathtub. Corrosive chemicals. Cripes.
    • How about the body that'd been dumped in scalding cooking oil? When Brennen arrives, she complains that she shouldn't have been called to a scene where the bones aren't visible, but then the damn corpse's flesh starts falling away, chunk by chunk...
    • The Jeffersonian staff is called on to investigate cases where the body or bodies found are too badly decomposed or otherwise degraded to be identified conventionally, so most if not all of the victims of the week will count as Nausea Fuel for someone.
    • What about the corpse in the giant chocolate bar? Ew.
  • In a recent (as of this writing) Scrubs episode, an intern's Imagine Spot of an angry Turk during a surgery involves him plucking various organs in fury while screaming. Not as frightening as it sounds, slightly amusing (as was intended) and gross as hell.
  • House:
    • Some of the patients' symptoms are just too much to take. The "viewer discretion advised" warning is there for a reason. The worst one might have been when a patient's eye swelled and popped out. His genitals swelled and then exploded. Luckily it turned out that the whole episode was all a very elaborate hallucination by House himself.
    • Then there's the case with the autistic kid who kept seeing wobbly things all over the place. OH GODS, NOT THE WORMS! NOT THE WORMS! AAAAAAUGH! THEY'RE IN MY EYES!
    • Topped by the young woman whose bowel movements work in reverse.
    • One of the earliest episodes showed a lumbar puncture in loving detail. Lumbar punctures involve jamming a GI'''NORMOUS needle into the patient's spine. Then there was another patient who had some sort of gawdawful fungus in their lungs (or blood vessels; not quite clear on the details... thank God) complete with Necro Cam super-duper closeup. I'm only saying this once: THE INSIDE OF YOUR LUNGS SHOULD NOT LOOK LIKE AN ARBORETUM FROM THE PITS OF HELL.
    • How about that time Kutner accidently caused the corpse they were doing an autopsy on to explode and splatter excrement all over Foreman? Whose mouth was open!
    • The self-surgery-in-a-bathtub scene.
  • Many of the injuries exhibited by emergency patients in ER were this. The mangled, peeling, brain-splattered condition of Gant's head was probably the worst of all: his injuries were so severe that no one even recognized him until they paged him to assist, and were subjected to slowly dawning horror when their own patient's beeper went off.
  • Two of The Daily Show's favorite props are the jar of Baconnaise and the Jimmy Dean breakfast product consisting of a sausage-on-a-stick wrapped in a chocolate-chip pancake. Both of which really exist. (John Oliver also refers to them in his stand-up, citing them as weapons in our arsenal in the War on Terror, along with an inflatable barbecue for use in swimming pools. According to him, they are the equivalent of telling the terrorists, "There is nothing you can do to us that we are not already doing to ourselves.") There was also the episode where Steve Carell ate Crisco out of a can.
  • Fridays: It had a very Nausea Fuelled (and possibly Nightmare Fuelled) sketch where a married couple (played by John Roarke and Maryedith Burrell) on a road trip stop by a diner filled with zombies eating dismembered body parts. The sketch was said to be so disgusting that six ABC affiliates stopped airing Fridays after only three episodes (the "Diner of the Living Dead" sketch aired on the third episode in April of 1980). The other affiliates continued to air Fridays until its cancellation in 1982, but when the episode that had that sketch re-aired, the sketch was cut. Here's the video.
  • Saturday Night Live:
    • It did have this recent example. On the season 34 episode hosted by Tim McGraw (with musical guests Ludacris and T-Pain), there's a sketch where a mental patient in a jogging suit named Jeff Montgomery (played by Will Forte) finds himself at the dinner table of this family's house. He tries to convince the patriarch (played by host Tim McGraw) to stay by going into this speech about "Thanksgiving spirit" and this game he devised called "trick or turkey," then asks the family if he can crash in their doghouse for a few months. The mom/wife (played by Kristen Wiig) asks, "Where's our dog supposed to live?" The answer: Jeff's stomach, same place as he's been living for the past eight hours.
    • Another good Thanksgiving-themed example from SNL: a woman (Jennifer Aniston) invites the office misfit (Cheri Oteri) to Thanksgiving dinner, knowing that she would otherwise be alone. After much inappropriate dinner-table conversation, she mentions her recent trip to Scranton, where the hotel staff obviously didn't change the sheets. The last person to sleep there had apparently shot himself in the head.
  • Merlin
    • Beauty and the Beast: Lady Catrina eating.
    • ...Annnnd then Uther has sex with her. While she is a troll. Brain bleach, anyone?
  • On the reality show Fear Factor, the second stunt of a given episode occasionally involved the contestants having to eat something really nasty.
  • Supernatural:
    • The maggot-infested dinner in season three's "Malleus Maleficarum" ("It's downright unsanitary!"), which leads to a guy eating a cheeseburger that he discovers is filled with maggots...after he took a bite.
    • In season four's "Metamorphosis," a man, who is turning into a flesh-eating monster called a "Rougarou", goes into his refrigerator and starts eating everything he can get his hands on. He ends up shoveling raw meat into his mouth as fast as he can.
    • Season five's "My Bloody Valentine" features a couple who hunger for each other so much that they literally devour each other and are shown with bits of each other's skin in their mouths, a formerly obese man who eats so many Twinkies that his gastric bypass ruptures (it is told that he had to shove them down his throat with a cleaning brush), a cook whose craving for fries leads him to stick his hands in a vat of boiling oil (and continue to eat the fries, getting some of the hot oil on his face), and yet more scenes of someone eating raw hamburger meat: Castiel, the angel, whose vessel, Jimmy, really loves cheeseburgers.
    • Also, in the first season, the Shapeshifter ripping off its skin like a shirt, his nails and teeth falling off, all with sound effects. The stripped flesh melts into a lovely pile of goo afterwards.
  • Hoarders.
    • In one episode a 21-year-old's room's stench was so powerful the series' psychiatrist couldn't stand it while in another segment a Crazy Cat Lady had to have ~80 animals removed from her run-down house. Only half of those were alive and of the ones that were, 10 were dying of a respiratory disease and had to be put down. The guys cleaning out her house were A) thankful that she didn't care about her actual possessions, only the animals and B) had some (presumably) very powerful anti-anxiety medication. (shudders) So many tiny kitten skeletons...
    • Season three has been taking the nausea fuel to the extreme. One episode had a house that was completely filled with garbage by a woman and her elderly father. As the cleaners dug through the trash, they found three-foot high piles of cat feces, cat skeletons and corpses, and, to top it all off, the bathroom was completely blocked off by plastic bags filled with ten years' worth of human excrement.
  • The season 7 episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer with the skin-eating demon. The initial skinned corpse isn't that terrifying, but watching it strip Willow's skin off and eat it... EW EW EW. And then Buffy gouges the demon's eyes out with her thumbs. It was just a gross episode overall.
  • Over on Angel, we have Jasmine. She's a very attractive woman if you're under her spell, but she bears a horrific, maggot-infested face if you're not.
  • From Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, there are "Candy Tails", which are locks of horse hair that are coated in a syrup of your choice, covered with sprinkles, and sucked on. Sucking on hair is bad enough, but sucking on hair covered with syrup and sprinkles?
  • The way the 456 in Torchwood: Children of Earth communicate. Extra points for being in-show Nausea Fuel as well.
  • The failed body disposal in the first season of Breaking Bad, or "why you should listen to the resident chemist when trying to dissolve a dead man with acid". Gruesome and hilarious as hell.
  • ICarly:
    • Lewbert's sore on the sole of his foot in the blackout episode.
    • Sam blowing her nose in a plate of spaghetti in the Penny Tee episode.
  • During the autopsy scenes, Millennium generally used discretionary shots to avoid grossing out the audience too much...however, the cast apparently were grossed out by the too-realistic "corpses" on occasion, according to the DVD extras.
  • Jacob's naked buttsweat imprint in the "Britney/Brittany" episode of Glee.
  • The tongue eating louse (see below) made an appearance as the answer to a question on QI, complete with a giant picture of one in-situ in the mouth of a fish, much to the studio audience's audible disgust.
  • Untold Stories Of The ER can be bad about this.
    • One episode involved a young single father who brought his baby daughter in to the ER; she had maggots living in the skin on her hands. Apparently the father worked as a stable hand; he would lay her on a blanket on the hay while he cared for the animals, and she was completely unable to effectively swat the flies away. They ended up flushing the bugs out with mineral oil, treating the residual wounds, and sending the guilt-stricken dad away with a recommendation to find a babysitter.
    • Then there was that homeless guy with his foot, ankle & calf covered in maggots...a thick "boot" of maggots! His blase attitude about the whole thing was kind of funny, though.
  • CSI:
    • An episode where the murder weapon was a drink laced with anticoagulants causing the victims to bleed to death from minor wounds. The very end of the episode had someone who'd partaken of the drink cutting himself shaving. He bleeds. And bleeds. And bleeds...
    • The episode involving "Liquid Man", the guy who was found inside a bag and had, as his nickname implies, turned mostly to liquid. Smelly liquid.
  • In the third episode of the obscure '90s show Weird TV, there was a recurring skit titled "Mr. Withers' Apartment" about a crazy guy locked in his apartment, fishing endlessly through a box of garbage (and possibly sex toys) next to a caged cat. The entire skit is just that guy mumbling incoherently while his landlord and neighbor desperately yell and plead at him to come out because of the horrible urine smell in his room. It's also shot in an extremely claustrophobic way, with an unmoving camera, blurry visuals, and a constant buzzing of flies.
  • Plenty of moments from The X Files.
  • The Discovery Channel series Tyrannosaurus Sex is about dinosaurs doing it. Contains animations of dinos doing it and pictures of their private parts.
  • In an episode of The Hard Times of RJ Berger, R.J. imagines what his life will be like in the future if he married Lily. We see an animated imagination sequence done in the style of King of the Hill in which R.J. and Lily (who are both overweight) are living in a trailer home, and one of Lily's children is a "toilet baby". Yuck.


Music Edit

  • Tori Amos' "Raspberry Swirl" seems to be just a fun electronic dance song at first, until you attempt to decipher the lyrics and discover that the song might be about having sex with a woman on her period. If this interpretation is anything to go by, one could reasonably assume that the titular "raspberry swirl" is a mixture of menstrual blood and semen.
  • Death Metal and goregrind lyrics as a rule. Particularly notable is UK band Carcass, with songs with names like "Genital Grinder" and "Oxidized Razor Masticator".
  • The disturbing prose-poem from Swans' "Your Game", which was originally published as part of The Consumer (see Literature).
  • The music video for the song "Sick, Sick, Sick" by Queens of the Stone Age involves a beautiful upper-class woman eating a huge banquet of greasy sweaty meat. Somehow that combination is a perfect recipe for Nausea Fuel.
  • The music video for "Sexy And I Know It", although knowing what tone LMFAO tend to aim for in pretty much all of their videos.
  • The music video for "In Decay" by the obscure band Phedre aims for this - it even ends with actual vomiting over animal carcasses.


Professional Wrestling Edit

  • Tommy Dreamer's early run in the WWE involved him doing disgusting acts such as eating discarded hair, sharing a toothbrush with a dog, and drinking the Undertaker's tobacco spit.
  • The Bastion Booger was an obese, ugly slob of a wrestler who wore a dingy singlet and not only smelled like a pig, but ate like one too.
  • Let's not forget (Like we could) The boogeyman's habit of eating fistfuls of worms.
  • The segment where Mae Young gave birth to a hand. ON LIVE TV.


Tabletop Games Edit

  • For the love of the Emperor, how did we miss nasty, pus-filled, disease-carrying, bowel-voiding Nurgle?
  • In The Book of Vile Darkness, there is a feat that allows you to better work with the undead. How do you get this feat? NECROPHILIA!


Video Games Edit

  • Bad Mojo, an old DOS adventure game from the mid ninenties. In this game, you're a freaking cockroach and, as predictable, you get to witness all sort of weird and disturbing things, such as a dead rat, shown in all its nauseatingly glory.
  • Protozoid Slimers from Duke Nukem 3D are toothy piles of boneless slush that leap from ceilings, crawl onto you face, and suck your brain out through your nose.
  • The Freak Show level of the arcade game Carn Evil. If the Bearded Lady's corpse doesn't make you sick, the worms with human faces that come out of her body, and the gimp-grinding machines, will.
  • Dead Space, There are several sections of the game that involve running around solving puzzles and fighting creatures in zero gravity. You're able to jump around and stick to surfaces, so what was the ceiling a minute ago may become the floor. Especially pukeworthy if you have to fight while doing it.
  • The Meat Circus in Psychonauts is pretty nasty, and Raz agrees:

  Raz: My memories were bad enough. This is just gross.

  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess:
    • The Hylian Toad: It's just all... warty and swollen and disgusting and ugh. Even Midna is squicked out.
    • The Twilight Bloat, a massive, swollen insect-like thing that Link (in wolf form) has to repeatedly chomp at with his fangs.
  • The inside of Lord Jabu-Jabu ain't pretty either. Especially in the Master Quest, in which we see LIVE COWS TRAPPED IN THE STOMACH WALLS.
  • Must...bleach brain of...Toon Puppet Zelda...
  • Halo: Combat Evolved: 343 Guilty Spark! Some people may feel sick after plowing for a lengthy time through twisted and mutated both enemies and comrades, some of them spontaneously exploding with wet balloon-like bangs and everybody leaving yellowish-brown "blood" stains everywhere... it doesn't help much that if you don't pay attention, you can easily get lost in that large complex with said mutations constantly respawning...
  • Silent Hill 3:
    • The legendary fetus-eating scene. Nothing is really shown, but just the idea that someone is scarfing a fetus is Nausea Fuel.
    • All the monsters are purposefully designed to be as nauseating as possible. The third game once again provides the best examples, including but not limited to hulking, vaguely humanoid bloated masses of flesh (appropriately named "insane cancers"), a massive, grotesquely phallic worm, and horribly burnt, loosely-bandaged dogs with their heads split in half.
    • The Abstract Daddy/Doorman monsters in the second game really deserve a mention. Their appearance is disgusting enough, but as for what they represent...no, just no.
    • In the same vein, Haunting Ground has a similarly gut-wrenching death where Daniella is heard ripping out Fiona's uterus and moaning loudly, having stolen her Azoth.
  • Boogerman. It's...basically a superhero game. With toilet humor.
  • Chaos from Primal Rage, a giant ape whose arsenal of special moves includes "the Fart of Fury", and a Finishing Move where he urinates on his opponent's carcass.
  • Some of the Cobra Unit fall to this trope, especially the Pain who is covered in bees and has his face swollen from all the stings, as well as the Fear who is a human spider capable of twisting his body in unnatural ways and a tongue to rival Orochimaru's. Eww... And The End, whose eyeballs bulge out a lot.
  • In the Grand Theft Auto Vice City mission "Boomshine Saigon," Tommy has to take Phil Cassidy to the hospital after he blows off his arm. The risk of nausea comes from trying to drive him to the hospital through the Woosy-cam where the screen appears to rock from side to side. If you suffer from motion-sickness, this might induce it. See it here.
  • Grand Theft Auto IV also has the camera get blurry and shaky every time you decide to get drunk with a friend, making especially driving a cause for motion sickness. It is amusing however to see Roman walk into a pole and fall over.
  • FEAR 2:
    • With stumbling into rooms to find them covered in blood. Or walking into a room you just tossed a proximity mine into, only to find the floor coated in blood and the remains of one of the two soldiers killed by it -- a pair of feet and shins, and an arm.
    • Or toppling cover onto a corpse, only to have it twitch spasmodically as if it were still alive and in pain. At least, after you stop laughing at it.
  • Saya no Uta -- Play this and try not to get ill at least once. Trust me, unless you have the morals of Hannibal Lecter, it's hard.
  • The Bee-Bee Gun power in Bioshock is both frightening and downright disgusting. You can actually see the flesh on your arm covered with inflamed lumps full of bee eggs, while bees crawl around on your twitching hand... nasty.
  • Mohawk And Headphone Jack gave many players motion sickness thanks to its heavy abuse of Mode 7.
  • Phantasy Star IV. Garuberk Tower. What more can I say?
  • The Suffering:
    • "Remember, blood's the best lubricant!" And anything else the Creeper has to say.
    • The swarm of rats that comes pouring out of a Fester's torn-open stomach.
  • The Parasite Eve games are full of this.
    • A rat's skin peeling apart and hanging from its body in bloody strips? Check. A woman's mouth splitting at the corners and stretching her face into a toothy rictus? Check. And that's just the beginning.
    • The second game even manages a sort of Nausea Fuel Discretion Shot in the animal testing lab. Nothing's shown on-screen, but examining a monkey in a cage brings up a message informing the player that it's eating its own fingers.
  • Doom for Xbox. It didn't get much right, but they did do well on the gore. In one player-activated scene, a corpse is drawn up into the air conditioning vent, and then highly detailed chunks of it fall back out. Most of the corpse wetly slams back into the floor. Apparently that's Cookie Monster up there.
  • The giant maggot type mobs in World of Warcraft. For extra format, there's Borelgore. And abominations and diverse other Frankensteinesque mobs.
  • The Gluttony punishments in Afterlife all revolve around making the damned eat things they aren't supposed to. Special mention goes to "The Bowels of Hell," in which the damned are a) sewn to the inside of the intestines of a giant archdemon who has been eating nothing but Mexican food and b) have a plastic feeding tube crammed down their throats, which is connected to the "other end" of the digestive tract of the SOUL next to him. It makes its own in-game description throw up.
  • Left 4 Dead: Have you ever tried to listen to all the sounds the Boomer makes? It really begins to make you feel kind of sick, yourself.
  • On the same note as the Boomer, the appropriately-named Pukers from Dead Space 2, they who projectile-vomit acid onto you, the same acid which is causing their bodies to visibly break down, are especially disgusting, even among the horrific menagerie of the Necromorphs. It has been said by Visceral Games that the sound designer who was recording their audio was attempting to make himself dry heave through a method he obtained on the Internet, only to do it wrong and actually make himself vomit - and because the microphone was on, it captured that in all its messy glory and the sound team decided to actually use that sound in the game.
  • On a slightly different note: First-Person Tetris. Hope you don't get motion-sickness easily...
  • Phantasmagoria has its fair share of outright disgusting scenes. The all-time winner, however, has to be Regina's death. She's locked into a chair, while a massive funnel is forced into her mouth. Carno then walks in, carrying a massive plate of sauce-covered entrails, brains, and other assorted guts. He then proceeds to force feed them down her throat, pausing occasionally to ram a pole down the funnel to make sure everything's going through all the way. When she finally dies, either the sauce or her blood is oozing out from the funnel's sides.
  • Pokémon:
    • Read some of the Pokédex entries in the series.
    • The bit on the S.S. Anne in Red and Blue versions where the player character (10 YEARS OLD) gives the captain of the S.S. Anne a back rub. It gets even worse in the ROM hack Pokémon Quartz where you meet said captain and he brags about it like a pedophile.
  • Cubivore features you as a cube who goes around tearing off meat flaps from other cube in order to add said meat flaps to your own being. How is a cube able to do all that? Well it's All There in the Manual your cube is full of organs including a digestive tract and a stomach. Just Squick.
  • In Shin Megami Tensei and Persona, we get Mara. Enough said. The thing could function as a Shock Site all by itself...
  • In Amnesia the Dark Descent, when your sanity starts to go down when you're in the dark, the screen gets all wibbly-wobbley and you hear a strange gravelly noise. The sound you are hearing is protagonist grinding his teeth together.
  • A minor one from Super Mario Sunshine: The eel in Noki Bay. The pollution is caused from his cavities. Let that sink in for a second. The pollution is actually globs of saliva (and whatever the hell else was in his mouth) laden with cavity-causing bacteria to the point of becoming HIGHLY TOXIC. And you had to swim through that spit to get down to him, didn't you?
  • In Maniac Mansion one of the ways you die is to play the Tentacle Mating song with Green Tentacle in the room. Let that sink in.
  • Marimo's death CG in Muv Luv Alternative is especially gruesome. The BETA themselves are fairly nauseating.
  • The barnacles in Half-Life 2 have been graphically upgraded so that they're slimier and grosser.
  • Yoshis Island is a cute, heartwarming game all the way through, except for the boss battle where you are eaten by the frog and have to kill it from the inside. The part inside the frog isn't the gross part. Not even close. The gross part comes after you defeat it, Yoshi goes down the intestine and then comes out the other end, and looks completely disgusted while the frog is lying there dead.
  • Jet Force Gemini: On the topic of Womb Levels, the one is even more gross.
  • Kelly Chambers' death scene in Mass Effect 2 if you fail to reach her in time: she gets...processed. You can see it here
  • Wax Works has some pretty unsettling ways to die. Especially any that involve the plant mutants.
  • More than one of the "Zetsumei Ougi" moves in Samurai Shodown. The absolute worst is Kusageredo's... in which he eats his opponent alive and throws up their skull.


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Web Original Edit

  • This Is Why You're Fat contains such healthy delights as the Bacon Doughnut, Deep Fried S'Mores on a Stick, a Sloppy Joe on a Krispy Kreme, and many other creations that will make you never want to eat again.
  • Mortasheen has a huge chunk of this, given that it is a dark comedy Bio Punk take on the Mons genre, but one that is especially nauseating, even for the series, is the sheer Squick that is Pustulump
  • User 927. If you don't know who he is, I'll tell you. Back in '06, AOL accidentally released the archived search results of several thousand of its users. They were are anonymous, but a lot searched their own name, address, or social security number. Anyways, User 927 was one of those, and had effectively the creepiest search habits ever. If you want to know what they are, look for it yourself. It even inspired a play!
  • 40 pizza rolls eaten in a few minutes. After watching this, you may never want to even look at another pizza roll ever again.

 slowbeef:It's like you're in his lap! And he's eating the pizza rolls off you!


Western Animation Edit

  • The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy:
    • Many of the injuries, such as when Pud'n gets an eye full of cactus and pulls it off, revealing a hideous, skinless red eye.
    • Or Billy's nose popping.
    • Or when the closing iris closes on Billy's head and a bunch of blood and snot sprays from his nose and his eye pops out.
    • Or when Billy and Mandy force Grim to resurrect the school mascot cats. That, in itself, is pretty bad, but when Billy asks one of the cats to scratch his back...his skin and muscle get shredded by the splintered claws of the undead cat, and his spinal column pokes out.
  • Futurama:
    • The episode "The Sting" had a nauseating shock when Zoidberg looks down at Fry's corpse in the coffin, and you see that not only is the base of the stinger that killed him still sticking out of his belly, but the point of the stinger, which is sticking out of his back, is balanced on the lining of the coffin, and Fry's body is lodged in one position half-way down the stinger, so his whole back is arched upwards, (and stiff with rigor mortis) not even close to resting on the lining. The humorously executed shot that reveals this just adds to the shock value. And insult is added to injury when the coffin is closed, and a horrible snapping sound is heard. And just to make it worse, this was not a humorous death at all. Futurama was quite happy to wallow in black humor.
    • When Leela switches bodies with Professor Farnsworth in “The Prisoner of Benda”, she accuses Fry of only caring about her because of her appearance. In an effort to prove that Leela wouldn't love him if he were ugly, Fry switches bodies with Zoidberg. This leads to them performing various disgusting acts on their date that night in an effort to one-up each other, and it eventually culminates in the two of them having sex with each other that night while they're still in the Professor and Zoidberg's bodies!
  • Invader Zim:
    • Episodes "Rise of the Zitboy" and "Lice" are this when it's not being hilarious.
    • There's also the bit in "Walk of Doom" when Zim looks straight at the sun and his eyes burn and bubble.
    • "Dark Harvest". It's not even the organ theft itself, or the sight of swollen, organ-filled Zim, but the nurse's room receptionist getting her brain replaced with a cola can and spewing out soda fizz every time she tries to speak.
    • The clincher for that episode was when Zim SPITS UP A SMALL INTESTINE AND THEN SLURPS IT BACK UP.
    • Bloaty's. Pizza. HOG. Just look at him! And the guy that's inside the suit...just Bleeeeuurck.
  • The Pebble and the Penguin: The sequence for the song "Good Ship Misery" involves penguins dumping disgusting-looking slop all over each other, breaking out into spots, and simultaneously vomiting over each other. EW.
  • SpongeBob SquarePants:
    • "The Splinter": Spongebob gets a splinter at work. Rather than making the best of this sure-to-be-disgusting plot and having him try to get it out in a silly fashion, we're treated to 11 minutes of it getting infected, swelling, and oozing pus all over the place until Krabs walks up and pulls it out, thus causing gallons and gallons of puke green pus to shoot out and cover everyone. Honorable mentions include "Plankton's Regular", in which SpongeBob and Plankton both are peeled, quite disgustingly, and "House Fancy", in which Squid loses a toenail in the grossest way he can.
    • To elaborate on the "Toenail Removal Scene" from "House Fancy": Squidward gets the leg of a couch on his toe, and it's ripped off by Spongebob pulling the couch away too soon. It had blood and veins still attached, even. To make it all worse, Squidward slips on the bloody nail.
    • The one where Spongebob falls in love with a Krabby Patty, keeps it around until it's moldy, fungus-covered and maggoty, then eats it. It had maggots, worms, blue and black mold, highly detailed rotten meat, and an assortment of other disgusting things that you could imagine painted with incredibly uneeded detail. See for yourself A similar plot had Krabs not wanting to dump a moldy patty so he can make money off of it. Apparently hospital visits cost less than a patty.
    • "I call it, the nasty patty!"
    • The episode where Spongebob adopts a worm and it has babies, which he then tries to get other people to adopt. Normally worms are fine in the series, but for this episode? They purposely made them incredibly disgusting. It was horrible.
    • An episode featured Patrick tearing the entire front half of his skin off, revealing his bones and organs underneath, after a misunderstanding; SpongeBob looks suitably grossed out. It's kind of tame compared to most of the examples in this list (and definitely tame compared to "The Splinter"), but it could still cause instant gag reflexes in some.
    • There was an episode where Spongebob and Squidward were accidentely fused togther. Most of it wasn't so bad, but at the very end, when they were finally separated and Squidward wanted to be fused together again for personal gains, he accidently caused not just Spongebob but several other characters to be fused together as one huge fleshy blob!'Uggghhh.... and this is a kid's show for crying out loud!
    • The donut episode. Patrick gets a donut he believes is Spongebob's but keeps wondering if he should eat it or not. So throughtout the episode, he does a lot of things including placing it in a coach, a toaster, a toilet, and his own butt (seriously). Then twice he eats it and pukes it back up. At the end of the episode, Spongebob EATS it. If you look closely, you can see Spongebob's look of horror as he "savors" the donut.
    • SpongeBob -- as a fetus -- eating a Krabby Patty -- through his umbilical cord -- in his mom's womb in Truth or Square. The notion isn't particularly bad... it's the presentation. The Krabby patty travels through the umbilical cord, and it's pretty straight-forward, until Spongebob rips the umbilical cord out of his abdomen and puts it in his mouth to suck it like a straw!
    • Quite a lot of the episodes after the movie have Nausea Fuel in them, actually.
    • One episode has Squidward rip his own eyebrow (WITH the skin) off after Spongebob makes a loud noise.
    • The episode where Krabs and Plankton compete by selling more greasy items (including "soup" which is literally just grease on a plate).
    • Spongebob steps directly into the eyes of the Tattletale Strangler, embedding his feet up to the ankles, he's also wearing cleated shoes?
    • The episode where Plankton hides out in a machine designed to look like a milkshake, and is then drank by a fish. Guess how he gets out.
  • Despite extensive use of rats, Ratatouille has only one nausea-inducing scene: lots of sewer rats invading a pantry and climbing up the shelves.
  • The Simpsons:
    • It has had a few, with Homer's eyes crusting over after Lasik surgery (though it becomes Nausea Fuel Retardant when the next scene with Homer {still blind from the scabs over his eyes} being driven to the liquor store by Kearney and his Gang of Bullies for Jack Daniels and cigarettes) and the wound from his ACL injury growing over Ralph's hand ("It knows you're afraid!") being among the worst.
    • Also, when Willie strangles Homer with a pipe, and his eyeball pops halfway out of his socket (a la Mr. DeMartino from Daria) resulted in an immediate gag reflex.
    • Plus there's the episode "Stop, or My Dog will Shoot!" when Bart buys the snake where he asks for "five feet" and the pet store guy measures out the proper amount from a snake roll and cuts it off with a paper slicer. Simultaneous Nausea Fuel and Fridge Logic (if that's how it's done, how does the next snake have a head???).
    • The one episode (season 12's "Trilogy of Errors" {a.k.a The Rashomon episode showing Bart's, Lisa's, and Homer's points of view on Science Fair Day at school}) where Marge cuts Homer's thumb off, and blood keeps squirting out of the nub and Homer is trying to rush to the hospital and his digit keeps fading in color... It made him unwell.
    • The very end segment of Treehouse of Horror 5 is rather nauseating. The whole family get turned inside out by a fog (after Bart wakes up from his dream of being cannibalized by the staff at Springfield Elementary) and begans singing and dancing about it. To add insult to injury, Santa's Little Helper cames out and grabs Bart by his intestines carrying him off. ICK.
    • "The Bob Next Door". Sideshow Bob switches identies with his cellmate. Their faces come undone at least 4 times, showing off the muscles underneath!
    • Homer's "affair" with a large hero sandwich as seen in "Dial N for Nerder." So bad, the host of the Cheaters Expy show said, "I never thought I'd say this, but turn the camera off!"
    • Itchy and Scratchy, anyone?
    • There was a short bit where Homer had gotten into a fight with a badger, and was left with a window into his soul. OK, not his soul, there was a lot of stuff pulsating in there, and maybe a lung.
  • The Ren and Stimpy Show.
    • For a specific example, one episode begins with Ren and Stimpy being hit by a bus, and in order to survive they're stitched together. They then get jobs as freaks at a circus, and the first freak they meet has the lower half of a human growing out of his chest. And it's Truth in Television; it's known as parasitic twins.
    • How about when Ren pulls out the nerve endings from his mouth with tweezers?
    • This is the show that popularised Gross Up Close-Up.
    • "The Cat That Laid The Golden Hairball". Stimpy runs out of hair to lick up and swallow; Ren doesn't have enough, but Bubba is hairier than a Greek. Stimpy tries to stop at one revoltingly hairy arm, but Ren goes, "Where are you going? Your plate's still full!" Cue shot of Bubba's hideous back. Then, a shot of Stimpy trying to speak around the mass of black clocksprings in his mouth. AAAAGH
    • The entirety of Adult Party Cartoon, and how. For the most extreme example, see "Onwards and Upwards", which was intentionally created as the most disugisting Ren and Stimpy episode ever. There were also parts of "Fire Dogs", involving the Chief's digestion problems, and "Ren Seeks Help" with Ren's actions toward several of his victims that weren't particularly pleasant.
    • Hard to believe now that this show was ever on freaking Nickelodeon, let alone that it started out there. It's something you would have thought MTV would produce, not Nicktoons.
  • The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack.
    • The scene where all the citizens of Storm-A-Long turn into hideous beings straight out of an H.P. Lovecraft novel due to Flapjack's pet rat giving them The Black Plague. Also the episode "Fancy Pants": it ends in about the same way Mr. Creosote's scene in The Meaning of Life. Ewww.
    • How about the episode in which Flapjack finds a "baby". The creation of the baby involves flapjack taking some of K'nuckle's parts for the baby while he sleeps.
  • Regular Show has the episode "Rigby's Body" where Rigby eats so much junk food that his soul is ripped from his body, but THAT'S not the gross part! The gross part is when Rigby eats a FRIED SHAKE. Sure, it's known that raccoons will eat almost anything, but GAH!!
  • Codename: Kids Next Door:
    • PINKEYE.
    • Giant chubby, shrieking Mutant Lice eating everyones hair, Ugh. Complete with chewing sound effects.
    • When watching Op. TOMMY, think back to the last time your nasal passages were severely congested. Sure brings back memories, don't it?
  • Aqua Teen Hunger Force:
    • Probably the most extreme example is the time Shake microwaves Meatwad's kitten. Believe it or not, it's actually much worse than it sounds, especially when Meatwad tries to salvage the remains.
    • Most of Dr. Weird's appearances count.
    • There's the Tree Court steno tearing off strips of Carl's skin, to use as paper.
  • In Monkey Dust, the ants in the surgical incision!
  • The creepy, acid-trip fight scenes from Superjail would most definitely qualify.
  • Ed, Edd 'n' Eddy:
    • At one point, Ed starts sucking on a raingutter that is filled with the usual detritus one finds in a raingutter - that is, rotten leaves - then swallows it.
    • Sarah at the end of "Run Ed Run". Her body was stuffed with full jawbreakers. Ew.
    • Luck of the Ed: Ed under a microscope. It even shows a strange parasite with a monobrow living in his dandruff-encrusted hair.
    • Not to mention Ed's room, a lot of what Ed does (particularly if it involves his tongue), a few things that Eddy does, and kinda the whole show in general.
  • Robot Chicken has the sketch where two guests at a filthy restaurant are served an unappetizing meal. The cook then kills a bug and places it on top. And then there's the other sketch with the booger escaping the kid's nose...Ew...
  • Any "Yuckie Duck" cartoon short from the What a Cartoon Show overfills with this.
  • Family Guy:
  • The American Dad episode Gorillas in the Midst has a hungover Steve vomiting profusely, followed by Francine confirming that Steve has been drinking by licking the puddle of vomit.
  • South Park:
    • The ending of the infamous "Scott Tenorman Must Die" episode.
      • It Got Worse - "201" reveals that Scott and Cartman share a father.
    • There's also the pooping out of the mouth scenes from "Red Hot Catholic Love".
    • Randy's dick exploding and covering the room with his sperm in "Over Logging"
    • Kenny eating the manatee spleen, vomiting it out, and eating it again from "Fat Camp".
    • "The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs", in which the boys write a disgusting book that's so gross, nobody can read it without vomiting.
    • HUMANCENTiPAD. That is all.
    • The scenes in "I Should Have Never Gone Ziplining" in which we see Cartman's digestive system from the inside. A word of advice: Do not watch that episode when eating, you might just lose your appetite.
  • Metalocalypse:
    • Jean-Pierre's hacked-up-by-a-helicopter body pieces being kept alive on life-support (honestly, seeing him sewn back together wrong is a relief after that) in episode one, and Dick Knubbler's eyes exploding at the end of the second episode.
    • Or how about the episode where the band drinks a bottle of bleach in order to give the illusion that they are healthy?
    • Or Murderface's guest appearance on a family sitcom? He shows up at the door holding the top half of the family dog.
  • The Mighty B has a scene where the Bessie tries to get chicken pox and goes to the length of breaking into someone's house, taking their thermometer out of their mouth and eating the massive ball of phlegm, mucus, and Zeus-knows what stuck on it to do so.
  • As if Future Fatass Mandark wasn't gross enough (being so obese that he has to be carried by a crane in his ass), his fate was awful. Losing his Reign of Terror causes his fat to go from his stomach to his head, popping it in the process. Nothing is left but his squishy brain.
  • Felidae:
    • And of course there's the nightmare sequence where a demonic Gregor Mendel makes thousands of rotting cat corpses dance like marionettes. And then the corpses start falling apart.
    • Special mention has to go to the pregnant cat that was murdered. Her stomach was sliced open and the fetuses were spilling out.
  • Total Drama Island: The Eat That episode. You know the one I'm talking about.
    • There are three episodes with challenges that provoke this: Brunch Of Disgustingness, I Triple Dog Dare You, and Chinese Fake-Out.
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender:
  • Several moments in Rocko's Modern Life qualify:
    • One particular moment in the episode "Tickled Pinky" Rocko takes his dying appendix to a carnival at one point while they're riding a roller coaster a crazy bear who's scared of the ride clings to Rocko's head at one point ripping open his eyelids and exposing his brain inside his head.
    • In "No Pain, No Gain" a bull gets his arms ripped off while blood squirts from the stumps and you can see bones and muscle on the ground next to the severed arms.
    • In "In-Flu-Enza":
      • While Rocko is waiting for his appointment at the hospital a bird who's smoking a cigarette coughs up his heart and dies.
      • In that same episode Retch the hotdog rips off the top of Rocko's head with visible blood and removes his brain only to pop it.
  • Every single episode of Drawn Together contains at least one incredibly disgusting or shocking scene.
  • The Gorillaz MTV cribs skit, starring Murdoc of course, had some thoroughly gross moments; such as Murdoc peeing over the side of the bathroom stall and into the next one, and the ending close-up on his ass. Interestingly, this is not the last time we would see him in a thong, nor the only time he's portrayed playing the piano naked. Murdoc's an interesting fellow.
  • The Courage the Cowardly Dog episode "Curse Of Shirley" features Eustace having a raincloud cursed onto him and it follows him everywhere to the point where he has fungus growing on his body. As if that wasn't bad enough, he proceeds to pluck out his own body fungus and shove them into Muriel's mouth.
  • In Ice Age: A Mammoth's Christmas, there is a scene where Peaches pulls a huge amount of earwax out of her ear.
  • Shrek thrives on this (both the character and the movies).

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