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    Meaty (Wild Grinders)
    "Stinky!" You sure are, Meaty.
    Gender: Male
    Type: Overly Chatty Pet
    Species: Dog
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Wild Grinders


    Meaty is one of the main characters from the obscure Nickelodeon series Wild Grinders. He's a "speaking" British bulldog who sometimes helps Lil' Rob from getting in and out of trouble. Meaty acts as a glutton and makes flatulence to make the characters be disgusted. He always acknowledges and adores burritos and bacon, that can mix up together or other foods (ex. "Baco" (Bacon Taco)); Meaty also adores the Stinkies, Twinkie, flatulence-inspired dessert snacks which were extinct.

    Why He's Stinky

    1. He is a stereotypical annoying dog sidekick.
    2. His humor is awful, and mostly consists of toilet humor; it doesn't help that he makes tons of fart jokes and pee jokes a lot of the time.
    3. His voice is very annoying.
    4. Like the rest of the characters, while his design is cute, his character design is really choppy looking, and looks like a 5-year-old made it, and is also comparable to the character designs in The Nutshack.
    5. Most of his dialogue is either unsettling, or just plain stupid.
    6. Meaty is really chopply animated.

    Redeeming Qualities

    1. His design, despite being unfitting, is admittedly cute.
    2. Despite his gross-out nature, he does care for his friends and family at times.
    3. Meaty can be funny at times.

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