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Eat Cheese and Barf (Gooflumps)

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        StatementTurtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media
        PublishersTurtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media
        LC ClassificationsJanuary 1995
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 119 p. :
        Number of Pages69
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100606085319

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Also, the fact the true backstory of the cheese is weirdly complicated and not as simple as it should be definitely feels true to the original Monster Blood.


In fact, he's a milk dud, a dairy dork, and a hurling horror. But they are being lead into a trap! Fanny looks closer and he shoves her face in the cheese. That's me in the corner.


This goes full intense and just makes you embarrassed to have it in your possession. Plus crazy hippy Aunt Thelma thinks they shouldn't by the toilet here. She sort of gives me Andy vibes Eat Cheese and Barf (Gooflumps) is fitting because spoilers, despite the title, this is closer to Monster Blood. That means Joe and Roger have to check out the garage and see what dad is up to.

For his finale he accidentally breaks the toilet. She says the stampede was supposed to be a peaceful protest until things got out of hand. Now as punishment Joe has to go look for a toilet with his dad, which hardly seems harsh at all.

The kids are impressed at the moving mass of curdles and want to teach it tricks and stuff, because like Monster Blood, they don't treat it as a threat. Honestly, I wish they felt more blatant in how they executed the story, with more clear cut references to past books.