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Otacon hands an imprisoned
Solid Snake some
Ketchup in Shadow Moses.
Italian-food-based food condiment.
USE IN SHADOW MOSES
Solid Snake plays dead, waiting for Johnny Sasaki to come back from the
bathroom and go all fucking nuts.
When Solid Snake finds
himself imprisoned during the Shadow Moses Incident in 2005, Otacon manages to reach
his cell unnoticed by using Stealth Camouflage. While the guard, Johnny Sasaki,
went to take care of some loose stools, Otacon hands Snake a Ration, a
a keycard, and a bottle of Ketchup. Otacon assumed that Solid Snake would prefer
to eat his ration with globs of ketchup over it.
Solid Snake however doesn't care for ketchup, at least on his rations. The ketchup,
being somewhat old, has a look quite similar to that of fresh blood. It's alleged
that Snake could have used the Ketchup to fool Johnny Sasaki into thinking that
he died, which would have caused Sasaki to open the cell, rush in, and get his ass
severely beat by Snake.
But who the fuck will believe that story?
KETCHUP THROUGH THE YEARS
Shadow Moses Incident (2005)
Metal Gear Solid (1998)
Looks fancier than McDonald's brand
In Chicago, a lot of hot dog stands refuse to carry any ketchup on stock.
Anyone who dares to ask for any will either be refused, yelled at, or meet a
fist to their face.
Ravi Singh is not a fan of ketchup, but rather a fan of hot sauce.
Ketchup can be seen in the Dining Hall (Strut C) of The Big Shell in Metal
Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty.
Metal Gear Solid (1998)
Cameo, Crossover, and Misc. appearances:
Metal Gear Solid: VR Missions
Metal Gear Solid: Integral
Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty
Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance
Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes
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