Big Beef Burritos Supreme - 2009-10-25 "You know it's pure and good," and made in the height of the 50s fad of everything is better with science and chemistry.
Meanwhile a trillion tonnes of atomic waste are being produced and the fake backdrop houses in the advert are still fake.
Hooper_X - 2009-10-25 Congratulations, Big Beef Burritos Supreme. Your scientists have discovered Postmodernism. You can now research Post-Postmodernism and Irony, and you can now build Graduate Students!
Richmond - 2009-10-25 Ladies and gentlemen, the Hooper Five.
Desidiosus - 2009-10-25 The YouTube comments on this are golden.
Big Muddy - 2009-10-25 Read the YouTube comments for argument about matronly depictions of women in advertising.
Read the YouTube comments for argument about packets of cool aid being a poor substitute for blow.
Read the YouTube comments for argument about whether Kool Aid Man is a member of Aqua Teen Hunger Force.
Read the YouTube comments for argument about how not to make purple drank.
Read the YouTube comments for argument about inflation.
Read the YouTube comments for argument about how group whistling is an indoctrination for Hitlerjugend.
Nikon - 2009-10-25 Here's a greasemonkey script for removing youtube comments if you get tired of reading that stuff:
Riskbreaker - 2009-10-25 Every youtube comment section of every video is either about nazis, jesus or the end of the world.
Toenails - 2009-10-25 At least the ones with complete sentences.
Most of them are strings of "LOLOLOLOL", "OMG!1", or "PWNGE" stitched together in no particular order.
thebaronsdoctor - 2009-10-25 I'm going to admit to having a weakness for Kool-Aid: It comprises the majority of my daily liquid intake. I know it's just flavored sugar water but damn if it isn't cheap and reasonably tasty.
I probably shouldn't be drinking two litres of the stuff in a day though.
Maggot Brain - 2009-10-26 The Kool-Aid Man needs to stop singing and start wantoning destroy that kid's house.