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Introducing the bestest flavour pop in the world..........

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Kamikaze_Pigeon, 19 Jun 2006.

  1. Kamikaze_Pigeon

    Wise Guy

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    Location: Hyogo, Japan..Botchi! Botchi!

    Space Flavour

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    It tastes just like space (aparently)
     
  2. Spunj99

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    /drools

    Mmmmm...space.
     
  3. titchard

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    Haha! that's awesome!

    So what does it actually taste like?

    Rich
     
  4. Exentia

    Soldato

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    :eek: WOW! I bet that tastes...out of this world :D
     
  5. Yewen

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    Coke probably, or lemonade. :p

    PANDA POP! :D
     
  6. Kamikaze_Pigeon

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    It tastes like coke, lemonade, orangeade and Iron Bru, which, I assume is exactly what space tastes like.

    My other theory is that it's a mixture of all the flavourings that were scrapped from the bottom of the flavour barrels at the factory.

    I much prefer the first theory though :D
     
  7. Nozzer

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    Cosmic.
     
  8. fatiain

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    Wow, 3 degrees Kelvin, hard vacuum flavoured pop. I want some. :D
     
  9. LeoWyatt

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    Interesting combination! But..................the best pop is infact Iron Bru on it's own wakey wakey :D
     
  10. SiriusB

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    Is that stuff even legal? Judging by the derranged bottle design of a tripped out madman it really shouldn't be...

    SiriusB
     
  11. Tru

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    Haha, that's excellent. If you send me some I'll reply with some Irn Bru, it's made from girders you know. :D
     
  12. AJUK

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    Excellent, I can almost taste the delicious E numbers from here. :D
     
  13. JapanAir

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    It taste like when you get some deodorant in your mouth. :eek:

    I didn't like it but Im' very picky on drinks. :D
     
  14. Conscript

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    Surely if it's space flavour it's not the best flavour in the world, but rather off of it?

    /nitpick.
     
  15. m3csl2004

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    i reckon it contains a black hole
     
  16. Kell_ee001

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    Tehehe :D
     
  17. Desmo

    Soldato

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    Awww, you git. Send some over for me, looks well cool :D
     
  18. Blackstar

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    I said that in England and no one understood and thought i was weird. Surely everyone knows that its made from iron girders :rolleyes: :p
     
  19. William

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    I think it is a translation error from Space Dust. Are the walls crawling? :D
     
  20. fatiain

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    I always picture the Barrs factory with girders rolling in one end and Irn Bru pouring out the other.