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Desc:It's about having fun at the Slush Puppie factory, and nothing else.
Category:Classic Movies, Educational
Tags:90s, wtf, vhs, Occult Demon Cassette, Slush Puppie
Submitted:Rangoon
Date:03/30/18
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Comment count is 6
yogarfield - 2018-03-30
They got KC?! How the hell did they land him?
Killer Joe - 2018-03-30
"What don't I do around here?"
"What don't you do around here?"
"Windows! And oral!"
(Begin song to the tune of H.M.S. Pinafore, cause kids LOVE references to 19th century comedic opera!)
cognitivedissonance - 2018-03-30
Yes, let's see where the watery, considerably less consistent alternative to the Slurpee is made.
Anaxagoras - 2018-03-31
Thanks for reminding me of one of my many pet peeves growing up: this fucking script pattern:

Character 1: I'm using a BigWordThatsNotAllThatObscure.

Character 2: BigWord-Who???

Character 1: BigWordThatsNotAllThatObscure. It means...


Yes, we knew what that word meant, thanks. More importantly, why would Character 2 say "Who"??? Did "BigWord" sound like a first name? No, no it did not. Go die in a fire, 80s kiddie shows.

Yes, I was often frustrated & angry as a child. How could you tell?
cognitivedissonance - 2018-03-31
Similar to the thing you see on historical dramas where (King Henry VIII or whoever) says something in Latin, and then immediately gives the English translation, a thing that wouldn't have happened, because everybody spoke Latin.

Anaxagoras - 2018-03-31
Yes! Exactly! Just subtitle it for those of us (like me) that don't speak Latin.

Grumble grumble.

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