Before the days of ‘Cold Activated Cans‘ and other packaging gimmicks that Coors Light has used to market their beer-flavored seltzer—there were these vintage beauties. Some even sporting the old-school spout top to make them look even more like an oil can.
Uncle O’Grimacey was the Irish uncle of our favorite velvet McDonald’s mascot, Grimace. He had been responsible for bringing McDonald’s Shamrock Shakes over from Ireland every March.
However, just like a typical deadbeat uncle, he hadn’t been seen in decades, and the infamous green shakes became nothing but a legend in these parts.
Although, the frozen green treat is back on its annual schedule, Uncle O’Grimacey is nowhere to be found. Just like Uncle Ned, who no longer sends you a birthday card.
Just when you thought sushi culture hadn’t been bastardized enough—enter the Sushi Popper. According to the Sushi Popper website, “We’re passionate about portable sushi and spreading the word about eating it in places where it was never possible before.” Also be forewarned that reading the FAQ’s on their site will almost certainly make you dumber.
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