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Fat Flag: People Painted As Flags Eat That Nation’s Stereotypical Food

by | 9th, December 2013

JONATHAN Icher’s Fat Flags is people painted as national flags eating the food most associated with that nation. So. The Italian eats pasta. The Frenchman eats the croissant. The British eat… Well, you could be intrigued. Scroll down the page and see. And know that Icher is French. Clue: it’s not humous, a kebab, chips, a supermarket ready-meal, a meaty spring roll or tandoori chicken.

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And the United Kingdom of the Great Britain and Northern Ireland? Yep. A big rubbery fried egg. D’lish, – although it could do with a slice of buttery white bread and some brown sauce…

 

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