Minor Drinks

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In the Homestar Runner universe, many minor drinks periodically appear.

[edit] General Minor Beverages

Image Description Appearances
Mocha Chip Among the items offered by Blubb-O's is an Attempt-At-Competing-With-A-National-Coffee-Chain Premium Mocha-Chip Meltshake, a drink that sports an overly descriptive name. Blubb-O's Commercial
"I'd like you to meet my new friend, Frishy Freshy Dragonman!" In an attempt to create his own imaginary friend, Frishy Freshy Dragonman, Lil' Strong Bad drinks a few gallons of Blue Drink. Email imaginary
Thinnest can around! Bull Honkey is an energy drink, and a clear spoof of Red Bull. The can, advertised as the "Thinnest can around!", sports a head of a crazed red bull and the words "Caffeinergy sauce" — a portmanteau of "caffeine" and "energy". The Cheat procures eighty-something cases (or 204 cans) of it in the email road trip. The name derives from record book, where one of the records is "Longest Bull Honkey". Email road trip, Strong Badia the Free, Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective
Differently Lame! Coach Z Ale is a brand of (presumably alcoholic) ale that is either produced or endorsed by Coach Z. This "Differently Lame!" beverage may be a competitor of the Cold One. The black-and-white ad for Coach Z Ale is printed on a scroll and features Coach Z with a top hat (normally, he wears a backwards baseball cap) proudly holding a bottle of the Ale, along with two blades of wheat and the product's slogan. Email time capsule
"Wood davers, wood davers!" Coffee powder is powder used to make the coffee that Strong Bad put in Strong Sad's orange juice to make him hyperactive. Email caffeine
"I miss my mom." A cooler labeled college drinks sits next to the two "Olda Boys" at the beach in Teen Girl Squad Issue 5. Teen Girl Squad Issue 5
"This juice box is gonna roast up good and plenty!" A carton of Da Juice! is what Homestar jams at the end of a stick to roast in a fire in The Jolly Dumple costume made out of Polymascotfoamalate. This results in a sizable explosion. Email 4 branches
"Man, I should probably get dressed or something. What is it, like three in the afternoon? Looking good, Homestar." Cup of Joe is a warm coffee beverage enjoyed by Homestar in his robe in the Field. Email caper
"All the fizzy with none of the flabby!" Upon entering Tompkins's two pantries, What's Her Face claims to have drunk "negative one sip" of Diet Brown. Renaldo would later been seen taking it into the Smoky Office in Dangeresque 3. Teen Girl Squad Issue 13, Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective


"And there'd be a hole where you could pour like, motor oil, or grapefruit juice, or whatever kinda junk you wanna put in there." Strong Bad noted that his action figure's head can be removed, and motor oil or grapefruit juice can be poured in. Email action figure


"...but that thing makes me wanna barf up my earlier energy drink into the one I'm currently drinking." Sci-Fi Greg drinks an energy drink called Greg Fuel. He apparently drinks them a lot. Teen Girl Squad Issue 15
"Highball!" Highball is an alcoholic beverage that Homestar threw at the Clock Radio for no apparent reason. Email radio
"Hot WHAT?" Hot Jones, a popular wintertime beverage, is a steaming white liquid with red sprinkles in it. It may be a coffee or chocolate drink topped with whipped cream. A Death-Defying Decemberween, A Decemberween Mackerel, The House That Gave Sucky Tricks, Email too cool (mentioned)
"Hope it's not too late!" Strong Bad served Hot Choco! to the other characters to fulfill the conditions of his parole. It appears to be a brand of hot chocolate with marshmallows. A Death-Defying Decemberween
Malinko Drinko This is Homestar's replacement of SB2O, after he was "sued" by Strong Bad and the Cheat with water balloons. Malinko Drinko is said to taste like Malinko, the sender of the email which inspired this, and is "Crystal clear like domestic beer". Email rough copy
Melt Shake Homestar says he left a jumbo/LARGE Melt Shake in the Gremlin "a week or month ago". By the time Strong Bad discovers it under the passenger seat, it has almost eaten through the cup. In a Quote of the Week, the Melt Shake was used as the "face" of the singers who sing "Jammin' Tunes". Email road trip, Email hygiene, Blubb-O's Commercial (mentioned)
"What am I gonna have to eat today?" mmmilk is brand of milk seen in the Strong Bad pop-up book, when he opened the refrigerator. Email pop-up
"An MS Paint drawing of a Brontosaurus having breakfast." A glass of OJ is seen in the MS Paint drawing by Strong Mad. Email lunch special
"Or as we call it around the office, P-Nade." Piemonade is composed of a slice of pie stuck in a glass of lemonade with lots of ice cubes in it. Around The Office, it is known as p-nade. It may be related to Melonade. Email other days
Just a soda. A soda pop. Pop! is brand of soda seen in the Strong Bad pop-up book, when he opened the refrigerator. Email pop-up
"...and a Reesy Cup Milkshake." Reesy Cup is a brand of milkshake, topped with Reese's Peanut Butter Cups as well as having a Reese's on the cover. Email dangeresque 3
"I won't watch you die, Dangeresque!" At the end of Dangeresque 1: Dangeresque, Too?, Cutesy Buttons comes in with a cup of serum. The cup appears to actually be a cup of iced tea with mint and ice cubes floating at the surface. Email dangeresque 3
"This stuff expired in 2007!" Smarty Juice was first mentioned in the Skills of an Artist episode Cartoon Characters, with a "Smarty Juice Drop" representing a dot (Homestar's eye). In Characters from Yonder Website, it is one of the sponsors of the titular show, suggesting the show was created by drinking Smarty Juice that was ten years expired. "Side effects may include drowsiness, euphoria, and unbelievably soothing children's programming." Cartoon Characters (mentioned), Characters from Yonder Website
Three "fines" of ground muddy goodness Super Mud is a product mentioned in the Strong Bad Email date. It is apparently a type of liquified dirt — packaged in a coffee can — that has a high degree of quality, or at least possesses some exceptional trait. While on a date with Marzipan, Homestar Runner unwittingly drank a mug full of Super Mud (with which Strong Bad had switched his gourmet coffee) and immediately spat it onto his girlfriend's face. After Strong Bad witnessed this occurrence on his New Secret Security Camera Monitor, he was heartily amused: "Marzipan's gotta face fulla Super Mud and I'm feelin' fine." Email date
Oh my, Suudsu! Suudsu (pronounced SUD-zoo) is The Cheat's favorite bedtime snack. He needs it to fall asleep at night, along with "The Denzel" and other rigamarole. Strong Bad has also taken to it, describing it as "Pure Genius!" and "G-E-W-D, gewd". Some mornings, The Cheat, if he is still alive after being subjected to bug bombs, will fix Strong Bad and Strong Mad a big pitcher of this delicious concoction. Simply pour skim milk into a glass and add gummy bears. Pure genius! Email bedtime story
A tall glass of frosty root beer! When Strong Bad went to the Storybook universe, Tiny-Handed Strong Bad attempted to dig to China with his ears, while our present-day hero "maxed and relaxed". Tiny-Handed Strong Bad "struck it rich" when he found a tall glass of frosty root beer. Old Timey Strong Bad appeared and, calling it a "Sarsparilla swimming hole", jumped into it. Email alternate universe
Step right up to get your SB20! SB2O is a water brand sold by Homestar Runner in the email rough copy. According to Strong Bad, it's Strong Bad-flavored water. Homestar sold it at The Field. He claims it is "bottled at the source" and "pure as a mountain goat". The name is a play on H2O. SB2O would actually be a polyatomic ion composed of Sulfur, Boron, and Oxygen. Strong Bad and The Cheat sued Homestar for trademark infringement by throwing water balloons at him. Homestar sponsored another drink called "Malinko Drinko" at the end of the email, which he claims is "crystal clear like domestic beer". Email rough copy
Kosherific! One of the many strange drink products in the world of Free Country, USA is L'Chaim brand Kosher Tea. Marzipan is the only character known to drink it. Since it is Kosher, it must meet strict regulations imposed by the Jewish religion. "L'Chaim" is a Hebrew toast meaning "cheers", or more literally, "to life". This is a play on words, however, since L'chaim contains the word "chai", which is a popular kind of tea. Email looking old
"Oh my sweet Jennifer, there's no coming back from this one." The Strong Mad Oyster Smoothie Breath Caked Armpit Latte appears to be a coffee drink, in a disposable cup that is dripping with coffee. It is made by the same people as Hot Jones and Hot Pooey. The House That Gave Sucky Tricks
The bartender kept calling it a "Sucks On The Beach" Sucks on the Beach is a scalding hot cup of black coffee with beach sand on the rim. It is apparently Strong Sad's favorite tropical beverage. Somber Vacation
For four cool guys Homestar delivers Strong Bad some drinks: two reds, a blue, and an orange; sold by Bubs. These drinks are then enjoyed by Strong Bad, Strong Mad, Bubs, and The Cheat (respectively by color) at The Stick. Lookin at a Thing in a Bag
"Hey, man. We need you to put these wine coolers down your pants... er, down your headband." Wine Coola is an alchoholic beverage that a Blue Laser Minion asked Fightgar to put down his headband. Commandos in the Classroom

[edit] Unseen Beverages

Description Mentioned
Fresh Juice is seen on the "Death Metal Worksheet". Email death metal
The Medium soy latte with carob sprinkles is a drink that the members of Limozeen once drank while practicing. Limozeen Live!
Margaracheatas are a drink, referenced by Strong Bad, that The Cheat's Hot Mom supposedly likes. Fan Costumes '06

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