Hey i said no salt

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    The Fly Who Propositions the Ladybug

    At the circus, one of the Fly Brothers catcalls Francis the ladybug, hollering, “Hey, cutie! Wanna pollinate with a real bug?!” A bold proposition of sexual intercourse for a kid's movie. 

    Francis then boldly rebukes gender normative assumptions by daintily buzzing over to the Fly Brother before angrily tossing his headwear aside and yelling, “So, being a ladybug automatically makes me a girl, is that it, Flyboy?”
  • Photo: Buena Vista Pictures

    There’s a mosquito at the bar ordering a “Bloody Mary 0+.” He quickly sucks it up, bloating his belly before passing out. So he gets drunk off a blood type, which is pretty funny, and also looks like he's snorting coke. Killing a lot of birds with one stone there, Pixar. 

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    Dr. Flora Tries to Hit on an Ant Then Wants to Use It as a Sex Doll

    Photo: Buena Vista Pictures

    During the gag reel, we see Dr. Flora lean over to an ant and ask, “So, is there a Mrs. Ant you have to tunnel home to?” As she touches the ant it tips over; turns out it's a cardboard cut out. She laughs and says, “Oh, dear. Put that thing in my car.” That final part implies she's going to still make use of it, so...cardboard sex doll?

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    The Snail with Food Allergies

    Photo: Buena Vista Pictures

    Salt kills snails, which is why Slick freaks out when he’s trying to eat and his mouth begins sizzling. He shouts, “Hey, I said no salt!”

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    The Graphically Violent Mural

    Photo: Buena Vista Pictures

    In one scene, a mural is shown on a leaf. The art depicts a bunch of massacred insects torn to pieces, impaled, and lying in pools of blood. What is this, Blood Meridian? Pretty grotesque stuff for children.

  • Photo: Buena Vista Pictures

    Slim the stick bug is unhappy with his role in his circus troupe, declaring "You always cast me as the broom, the pole, the stick!”

    This is an example of typecasting, which is when an actor or actress is assigned their roles solely based on their appearance of previous success in a particular type of role. This isn't something you'd likely understand as a kid, but its a bit adults can chuckle at.
  • Flik delivers a speech after discovering the Warriors are actually just circus bugs. After his speech, Flik tries to make a quick exit, and Princess Atta suggests she join him.

    Flik responds, “No! Haha - see it’s classified in the DMZ, gotta go ASAP, you know, strictly BYOB. Bye!” BYOB, of course, is an acronym for “bring your own booze.”
  • Sours: https://www.ranker.com/list/adult-jokes-a-bugs-life/cehudspeth

    List of Foods to Eat That Have Very Little or No Salt

    An easy rule of thumb when it comes to choosing foods that have minimal amounts of salt is to shop the perimeter of the grocery store. That's where you'll find fruits and vegetables, meat, poultry, eggs, and dairy products. Use caution when shopping the interior aisles where processed, packaged foods tempt you with high sodium content, not to mention fats and sugar. Many foods have very little or no salt, including whole foods and minimally-processed options.

    Fruits and Vegetables

    With few exceptions, all fruits and vegetables have very little or no salt in their fresh, natural state. In fact, some produce has so little salt that they are termed sodium free. Canned products, on the other hand, are typically processed with added salt, and even the low-salt varieties of beans and vegetables have more salt than a typical person needs. Some examples of the fruits and vegetables that are considered sodium free include:

    • apples
    • asparagus
    • avocados
    • bananas
    • green beans
    • blueberries
    • corn
    • cucumbers
    • eggplant
    • Romaine lettuce
    • oranges
    • peaches
    • potatoes
    • summer squash
    • strawberries

    Meat and Poultry

    Beef, pork, chicken and other meats and poultry provide lots of healthy protein, and they can be low sodium choices if you choose which products to buy with an eye to reducing salt. Processed foods, such as bacon, deli meats and ham may contain lots of sodium. Read the labels carefully on the front and back of chicken or beef packages to see if the food was processed in a saline brine. Choose from the following products:

    • fresh, unprocessed beef products
    • fresh, unprocessed pork products, such as pork tenderloin
    • fresh fish 
    • fresh poultry, packed without a saline brine

    Eggs and Dairy Products 

    A whole, large egg has only 70 milligrams of sodium. Dairy products are not naturally low-sodium foods, but if you limit portion sizes and pick low-sodium options, you can limit the amount of salt you get. Low-sodium dairy products contain 140 milligrams or less per serving.

    Grains

    Most grains in their whole state -- such as brown rice, white rice, bulgur, quinoa and oatmeal -- contain almost no salt. Processed, instant oatmeal sold in packets, microwavable popcorn, pretzels, and other processed grains may contain far more salt, so buy the unprocessed varieties of those foods.

    Fats

    Because they contain healthy essential fatty acids and vitamin E, unsaturated fats belong in a healthy diet, and fortunately, many of the foods with these fats also contain very little salt. For example, canola oil, olive oil and almond are just a few of the healthy oils that have so little salt that they're considered essentially sodium-free.

    Processed Foods

    In the real world, it's difficult to avoid highly salted processed foods completely. But if you read labels to find the amount of sodium per serving, it is possible to minimize the damage. Choose from these foods:

    • low-sodium versions of any food, from canned beans, to cereals, broths, breads, cheese and condiments
    • frozen vegetables without sauces 
    • items with the least amount of sodium listed on the label for that type of food, such as cold cereals or spaghetti sauces
    • foods listing 35 milligrams or less sodium per serving on the label, which fall into the very low sodium category 

    Read labels to help ensure that you choose low-salt foods. When cooking, don't forget to use fresh herbs and spices with a generous hand to add flavor without salt.

    References

    Resources

    • Understanding Normal and Clinical Nutrition; Sharon Rady Rolfes

    Writer Bio

    Susan Lundman began writing about her love of cooking, ingredient choices, menu planning and healthy eating after working for 20 years on children's issues at a nonprofit organization. She has written about food online professionally for ten years on numerous websites, and has provided family and friends with homemade recipes and stories about culinary adventures. Lundman received her M.A. from Stanford University.

    Sours: https://healthyeating.sfgate.com/list-foods-eat-very-little-salt-4674.html
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    Slick

    "Ow, OW! Hey, I said no salt!"
    —Slick after eating the salt-filled slimeball

    Slick is a minor character in A Bug's Life.

    Major Roles

    A Bug's Life

    "A hungry slug chows down on his slimeball, only to get a mouth full of trouble. "Hey, I said no salt!" he yells as he starts foaming at the mouth. He's on a low-salt diet, 'cause that stuff is really bad for your system."[2]

    He is a green slug who is a regular customer at a bar due to the mosquito waitress addressing him by his name. Slick is seen in the city and served a slimeball, but when he takes a bite out of it, he finds it has salt on it, which makes his mouth foam. He gets mad at the waitress for not hearing his order correctly. He is not seen again throughout the rest of the entire film, so it is unknown what happened to him after the time when the bar has overturned by the Circus Bugs.

    Trivia

    • The reason he doesn't like salt in his food is because he's on a low-salt diet.

    References

    Sours: https://pixar.fandom.com/wiki/Slick
    Office Space - I said no salt, NO salt!

    No, I definitely need to talk to him. What for. Even myself, I could not answer why.

    Salt no hey said i

    The two Yu woke up, I thought. For a short time, the noise died down, and then I heard the rhythmic creaks of the wooden base of the bed of love, characteristic only. For a very specific kind of occupation. Then these sounds were joined by ragged breathing and stifled moans.

    A Bug’s Life - Hey I said no salt!

    On the same day, the couple went to their city. Lerochka liked fast driving, and with her head out through the window, she enjoyed the speed of the wind blowing her face on this hot July. Day.

    Now discussing:

    In the end, he is the head of the security service here, which means that his word will be decisive. The captain will certainly listen. Heck. We must somehow get distracted.



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