Phrases That Have A Different Meaning If You’re A Cannibal

“You want a knuckle-sandwich?”

“Give me some skin.”

“He’s got his father’s eyes.”

“You’ve got guts. – I like that.”

“What do you like most in a person?”

“You stole my heart.”

“You just need some elbow grease.”

“I’m looking for someone tender.”

“Open mouth, insert foot.”

“This place charges you and arm and a leg!”

“How may I serve you?”

“It’s finger-licking-good.”

“I’m a nail-biter.”

“My ears are burning.”

“This is my ex-wife Pattie.”

And most famously…

“I’m having an old friend for dinner.”

About benjaminfrog

Yo. I'm a 30-something Christian guy and published author with a love for gaming, fantasy and sci-fi. I blog about pop culture, living as a young Christian guy, and living with A.S.
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11 Responses to Phrases That Have A Different Meaning If You’re A Cannibal

  1. benjaminfrog says:

    “Always wash hands before meals.”

  2. Deb says:

    Delightful humour!

  3. “I chewed him up and spat him out”

  4. benjaminfrog says:

    “Who are you wearing?”

  5. benjaminfrog says:

    “Five-Finger Discount.”

  6. Something I ate disagreed with me

  7. benjaminfrog says:

    “Looking forward to Two And A Half Men tonight.”

  8. “I had eyes bigger than my stomach”

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