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One scene where pliers are used to pull bullets from a wounded leg will turn your stomach, but there's comedy value in it, too.
The Swansea fans were really lording it up after that, it was enough to turn your stomach.
When I was growing up, it was commonplace to regularly hear jokes about "Pakis", "coloureds" and "spastics" - stuff that would turn your stomach these days.
If the idea of eating doesn't turn your stomach after watching the steady stream of bodily fluids cascade through this movie's defiled kitchen, then you've either got an iron stomach or have spent a lifetime eating the hot menu at gas station mini-marts.
The thought of munching on a rotting toad carcass may turn your stomach.
Varmints might turn your stomach with its graphic imagery of exploding prairie dogs, but it's a balanced treatment, letting its interview subjects either elucidate or hang themselves.
But her teenage daughter Lexie tops that tonight with a chocolate cake recipe that will really turn your stomach.
Smashing your face in a blueberry pie to win a pie-eating contest might turn your stomach, but blueberries are worth devouring because they're good for you.
If charades like this turn your stomach, you have a real choice - sign the petition to request a study of Valley Cityhood.
No matter how many times you hear the stories they never cease to turn your stomach.
Her dodgy patterned shirt on its own would be enough to turn your stomach without Meg, 35, performing the nasal excavation before finishing her lunch.
If that was not enough to turn your stomach there were also mice droppings all over the place and the lavatory looked so dirty you'd be reluctant to throw up in it.
But, if her selfishness doesn't turn your stomach, I hope you are repulsed by another Labour luvvie's medical breakthrough.
It will either have you in stitches or turn your stomach.