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#73841 by nn5i
Fri Jan 28, 2011 7:21 am
southsound wrote:You know, I think my parents talked about that when I was very young. I guess I had just hoped that things had changed. It must be great to not only be a part of history but be able to remember it too. Now what were we talking about? I think I need a squishee. :P

Yes, we dinosaurs never forget. You think global warming is bad, just wait for the next asteroid impact. It was scary.
#73846 by southsound
Fri Jan 28, 2011 8:56 am
BreakingBad wrote:Squishee?? They were called SLURPEE"S. :shock:

Wikipedia wrote:Squishee (sometimes spelled Squishy or Squishie) is a frozen slushie from The Simpsons TV series, usually purchased at the fictional Kwik-E-Mart which is managed by Apu. It is an apparent reference to 7-Eleven's Slurpee. In the thirteenth season episode "The Sweetest Apu", Apu has the Squishee machine replaced with one of a similar drink called the "Smooshie," whose flavors reportedly include "shopping bag" and "dog fur".

The fictional version of Squishees are reputed for being dangerous to health — Squishee flavorings have, if ingested in sufficient quantities, hallucinatory properties. According to the Simpsons comic, Squishees allegedly contain no natural ingredients (not even pure water), create dangerous cases of brain freeze, and are even described as "a thick, gloopy, tooth-rotting mixture of crushed ice and syrup". Flavors include: blue, red, lime green, Chutney, Wheatgrass, Champagne, cherry, and the Twenty-One Syrup Salute.
#73903 by nn5i
Fri Jan 28, 2011 6:32 pm
BreakingBad wrote:Squishee?? They were called SLURPEE"S. :shock:

Well, no. Actually they were called SLURPEEs.
#73927 by southsound
Sat Jan 29, 2011 6:21 am
murphy wrote:It even has it's own web site.

And for those who love Apu and want to create the same for his libation, is available for sale! If you don't mind a .info TLD, you can register for just $1.99.
#73937 by nn5i
Sat Jan 29, 2011 8:26 am
southsound wrote:... you can register for just $1.99.

But Q without a U following it is so difficult to pronounce, unless of course you speak Arabic.

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