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Peculiar Flavor Roundup – Your Picture Next to “Stupid”

Welcome to the Peculiar Flavor Roundup!

Every day at Peculiar Flavor, we bring you rejected flavor text from some of your “favorite” Magic cards. Whether it’s a visual joke, an absurd one-liner, or a response to the real flavor text, it’s guaranteed to make you laugh.* Each Monday on the Roundup, you’ll get to see a few of last week’s, ah… best entries.

On this Roundup: Flash of Insight, Trollhide, Animate Wall, and a special bonus Khans of Tarkir spoiler!


 Flash of Insight:

It had taken Fredalar years to prove his friend wrong, but he finally had the evidence: there wasn’t a single dictionary that failed to define the word “gullible.”











Trollin’ trollin’ trollin’…

Mill ‘em down, ping ‘em up,

Ramp ‘em up, bounce ‘em out,

Curve ‘em out, tap ‘em down TROLLHIDE!








Animate Wall:

Telestoo’s shadow puppetry was so inept, sometimes the walls would simply walk out on her in the middle of a performance.










Bonus Khans of Tarkir Spoiler!

Bitter Revelation:

It was only then that Sorin had a bitter revelation of his own: Before planeswalking to Tarkir, he had forgotten to schedule his utility bills to auto-pay.









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  1. Clayton
    September 8, 2014 at 4:09 pm | Permalink

    The Trollhide one is my personal favorite so far. I loled a great deal. 😀

    • September 8, 2014 at 4:30 pm | Permalink

      Thank you. I admit, I spent an inordinate amount of time figuring out what Magic-related verbs to use in the lyrics.

  2. Bosco
    September 11, 2014 at 5:12 am | Permalink

    Bitter Revelation’s reminded me of Red Dwarf, when Holly April Fooled Lister into thinking the lightbulb he left on at home three million years ago led to his power company owning basically the entire wealth of the planet due to late fees.

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