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During the Depression, hunks, which we seen as an apotheosis of the choleric vogue at the time, wandered the streets looking for work. Due to hunk discriminatory laws though, many of them ended up forming hunk towns – crudely assembled burgs where they would huddle around a can expecting food to appear. When a hunk would die, their belief would turn out to be correct as the hunk would be quickly cannibalized. The hunks which grew more and more feral over time were eventually brought back into mainstream society when a young man named Adolpho Woxly found the hunks as a strong and easily manageable work source.


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