What does it mean? Being almost dead makes him hungry? Also how to use "nothing like"? What's the missing verb?
Using the phrase "there's nothing like" is a way of saying that nothing compares to a particular thing. Ice bear is saying that almost dying makes him the most hungry compared to any other situation. Of course, he is being sarcastic, because he's making a joke out of a situation that is very serious, in this case, death. Ex: There's nothing like a cup of coffee in the morning. Ex: There's nothing like a jog go help my mood.