History Main / FrothyMugsofWater

27th Jul '16 7:59:55 AM Rubber_Lotus
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** Though, in TheMovie, Pegasus wakes up in the middle of the night thinking he was having a bad dream. He remarks by saying "No more white wine spritzers before bed." Later on, one of his henchmen offers him a [[ExactWords red wine spritzer, which he accepts]]. Take note that the movie was released in the US before Japan.

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** Though, in TheMovie, Pegasus wakes up in the middle of the night thinking he was having a bad dream. He remarks by saying "No more white wine spritzers before bed." Later on, one of his henchmen offers him a [[ExactWords red wine spritzer, which he accepts]]. Take note that the movie was made by 4Kids in the first place, and released in the US before Japan.
26th Jul '16 10:43:31 AM Pinokio
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** Averted in "Protect the Melody of Love! Usagi is a Cupid". Usagi uses her disguise pen to sneak into a bar. She orders a cream soda, and Luna freaks out that she is ordering a drink at all. DIC handled this by not showing the episode.

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** Averted in "Protect the Melody of Love! Usagi is a Cupid". Usagi uses her disguise pen to sneak into a bar.an adult jazz club. She orders a cream soda, and Luna freaks out that she is ordering a drink at all. DIC handled this by not showing the episode.
26th Jul '16 10:39:44 AM Pinokio
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** Averted in "Protect the Melody of Love! Usagi is a Cupid". Usagi uses her disguise pen to sneak into a bar. She orders a cream soda, and Luna freaks out that she is ordering a drink at all. DIC handled this by not showing the episode.
23rd Jul '16 11:40:05 AM PhantomDusclops92
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* ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'' has sake changed into ''hot sauce''. The related drunken monsters ended up becoming "Dizzy" monsters... off of hot sauce? And this hot sauce causes a ''hangover.'' In fact, Misawa, who is at least 15, attempts to drown his sorrows in ketchup after a brief but unfortunate encounter with Taniya. Later on, a one-shot pro duelist uses a Wine deck, and while the names of cards are changed to less ridiculous titles ("Wine Token" becomes "Crimson Token", for example), the glass of wine he's holding is colored to look like orange juice. Surprisingly, when the games with the monster "Intoxicated Bug of the Ice Boundary" were translated to English, its name wasn't altered. Either Konami is being more lax in their demands for censorship (they ''did'' let [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar a monster called Ill Blud get through]], after all), or "Intoxicated" just isn't a strong enough euphemism for "drunken" for them to change it.

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* ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'' has sake changed into ''hot sauce''. The related drunken monsters ended up becoming "Dizzy" monsters... off of hot sauce? And this hot sauce causes a ''hangover.'' (They try to explain that it happens because there is a lot of onion in the sauce... [[SarcasmMode makes totally sense]]) In fact, Misawa, who is at least 15, attempts to drown his sorrows in ketchup after a brief but unfortunate encounter with Taniya. Later on, a one-shot pro duelist uses a Wine deck, and while the names of cards are changed to less ridiculous titles ("Wine Token" becomes "Crimson Token", for example), the glass of wine he's holding is colored to look like orange juice. Surprisingly, when the games with the monster "Intoxicated Bug of the Ice Boundary" were translated to English, its name wasn't altered. Either Konami is being more lax in their demands for censorship (they ''did'' let [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar a monster called Ill Blud get through]], after all), or "Intoxicated" just isn't a strong enough euphemism for "drunken" for them to change it.



** Savers has this too, in the English dub. In the original, Yuishima offers his partner Kamemon some hot sake, while in the English dub it's "warm milk".

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** Savers ''[[Anime/DigimonSavers Savers]]'' has this too, in the English dub. In the original, Yuishima offers his partner Kamemon some hot sake, while in the English dub it's "warm milk".



* Inversion: the Creator/{{Tokyopop}} translation of ''VuideoGame/DevilMayCry 3'''s manga changed "tomato juice" to "beer". As in, what Dante drinks most of the time.

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* Inversion: the Creator/{{Tokyopop}} translation of ''VuideoGame/DevilMayCry 3'''s the ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry 3'' manga changed "tomato juice" to "beer". As in, what Dante drinks most of the time.


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** Similarly, an Italian story featured a detective character who drinks a lot of beer. In reprints, it was changed with water. Water that you have to pay for in a pub. And Scrooge haves a canteen full of seasoned water.
23rd Jul '16 8:30:19 AM ImpudentInfidel
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** In "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E15TheSuperSpeedyCiderSqueezy6000 The Super Speedy Cider Squeezy 6000]]", the ponies are seen lined up to get, and drinking, frothy mugs of nonalcoholic cider. No, really. There's no physical way for it to go hard in the time shown. [[AWizardDidIt Unless magic was involved...]] It should be noted that this still got this episode banned in the UK.

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** In "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E15TheSuperSpeedyCiderSqueezy6000 The Super Speedy Cider Squeezy 6000]]", the ponies are seen lined up to get, and drinking, frothy mugs of nonalcoholic cider. No, really. There's no physical way for it to go hard in the time shown. [[AWizardDidIt Unless magic was involved...]] It should be noted that this still got this episode banned in the UK. Bonus points for it being sold by the pony named [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Applejack_(beverage) Applejack]].
19th Jul '16 3:15:19 AM AgProv
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* OlderThanRadio, thanks to the [[TheTeetotaler temperance]] sects of Protestant Christianity, who took all references to wine ("yayin" in the Hebrew Old Testament and "oinos" in the Greek New Testament) in the Bible to mean unfermented grape juice... except in verses that warned against drunkenness. This isn't just censorship but ''[[ArtisticLicenseChemistry impossible]]'' to boot -- without modern refrigeration, sulfites, and sorbates, grape juice will begin to ferment within minutes of having been pressed, since grape skins are naturally covered in yeast.

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* OlderThanRadio, thanks to the [[TheTeetotaler temperance]] sects of Protestant Christianity, who took all references to wine ("yayin" in the Hebrew Old Testament and "oinos" in the Greek New Testament) in the Bible to mean unfermented grape juice... except in verses that warned against drunkenness. This isn't just censorship but ''[[ArtisticLicenseChemistry impossible]]'' to boot -- without modern refrigeration, sulfites, and sorbates, grape juice will begin to ferment within minutes of having been pressed, since grape skins are naturally covered in yeast. [[note]]Although a fundamentalist reading of the Bible conveys the interesting snippet that wine was unknown in the world until after the Great Flood. apparently God communicated the secret of making wine to Noah as a reward for his services. As a very human touch, the first thing he does after the Flood settles is to brew some wine and get pissed. Hey, cut the guy some slack here... So prior to the Flood all there was - apparently - was grape juice! As well as no rainbows, even though it still rained then.[[/note]]
13th Jul '16 7:03:38 AM Pichu-kun
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** A villain (a monster alcoholic Nanimon) is originally shown getting drunk off Sake. The dub changed this to soda. Yes, apparently soda makes Digimon tipsy. "The bubbles go straight to his head."

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** A villain (a monster alcoholic Nanimon) is originally shown getting drunk off Sake.sake. The dub changed this to soda. Yes, apparently soda makes Digimon tipsy. "The bubbles go straight to his head."



** Averted in the dub of Mewtwo Returns -- direct to video in North America. Giovanni is seen drinking whiskey on the rocks in early scenes.

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** Averted in the dub of Mewtwo Returns ''Mewtwo Returns'' -- direct to video in North America. Giovanni is seen drinking whiskey on the rocks in early scenes.


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* Averted in ''WesternAnimated/{{Shrek 2}}'' when Donkey mentions he once went to a party where the guests got drunk and started beating him like a pinata.
13th Jul '16 4:35:21 AM StFan
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--> -- ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia''

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--> -- -->-- ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia''



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* In ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'', Snoopy as the WWI flying ace would go quaff some root beers with Bill Mauldin every Veterans Day.
* Parodied in one ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'' strip where the kids talk about drinking glasses of "[--root--] '''BEER'''." They're doing it deliberately to taunt their dad, who has given up beer for Lent.
* Subverted in the Great Rough-House War arc in ''Thimble Theater''; {{ComicStrip/Popeye}} and General Bunzo of Nazilia decide to drink to their new friendship. The King Blozo reminds them of the prohibition in the country. They counter that their drinking from a bottle clearly labeled "GRAPE JUICE". Blozo sniffs the bottle and remarks, "It probably ''was'' grape juice ''fifty years ago.''"
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* ''WebVideo/DragonBallAbridged'' parodies the phenomenon seen on the page image: "I'm drinkin' O.J. *ping* Now it's apple juice! *ping* Now it's beer! Yay beer!" [[TheStinger Now it's a Nestle Crunch Bar! *ping* Now it's a Gummi Bear! *ping* Now's it's Nappa!]] "Wait... what the hell?!"



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---> '''Goose:''' "...and basted in white wine!"
---> '''O'Malley:''' "Basted? He's been ''marinated'' in it!"

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---> '''Goose:''' "...---->'''Goose:''' ...and basted in white wine!"
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wine!\\
'''O'Malley:''' "Basted? Basted? He's been ''marinated'' in it!"it!



** ''Disney/{{Dumbo}}'' has the eponymous character accidentally get drunk and [[MarijuanaisLSD start hallucinating]]. Off half a bottle of Champagne diluted in an entire ''tub'' of water, which Dumbo only drinks a few trunkfuls of. [[CantHoldHisLiquor Lightweight]].

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** ''Disney/{{Dumbo}}'' has the eponymous character accidentally get drunk and [[MarijuanaisLSD [[MushroomSamba start hallucinating]]. Off half a bottle of Champagne diluted in an entire ''tub'' of water, which Dumbo only drinks a few trunkfuls of. [[CantHoldHisLiquor Lightweight]].



** In ''Disney/AladdinAndTheKingOfThieves'', the genie confronts Aladdin about the upcoming wedding. Upon remarking that Aladdin may want a bachelor party, Genie poofs into a rather ahem . . . ''large'' woman carrying a mug of ... ''frothy liquid''. What's more is when Carpet attempts to take some of the froth, Genie stops him, saying something along the lines of "None for you, you're the designated flyer."

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** In ''Disney/AladdinAndTheKingOfThieves'', the genie confronts Aladdin about the upcoming wedding. Upon remarking that Aladdin may want a bachelor party, Genie poofs into a rather ahem . . . ahem... ''large'' woman carrying a mug of ...of... ''frothy liquid''. What's more is when Carpet attempts to take some of the froth, Genie stops him, saying something along the lines of "None for you, you're the designated flyer."



** While ''Disney/WreckItRalph'' may appear to be bending to this trope, this is actually an example of ShownTheirWork - The real-life game ''Tapper'' was originally about beer, but it was {{Bowdlerize}}d to be serving root beer instead. Also, the Nicelanders are shown to be drinking from an open bar with a clown bartending at the 30th Anniversary party; Gene in particular is almost never depicted without a martini in his hand throughout the film. Two of Calhoun's flashbacks also clearly show her and Brad drinking wine on a picnic and at a fancy restaurant.
** During Elsa's coronation in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' several background characters are shown holding alcoholic beverages.

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** While ''Disney/WreckItRalph'' may appear to be bending to this trope, this is actually an example of ShownTheirWork - -- The real-life game ''Tapper'' was originally about beer, but it was {{Bowdlerize}}d to be serving root beer instead. Also, the Nicelanders are shown to be drinking from an open bar with a clown bartending at the 30th Anniversary party; Gene in particular is almost never depicted without a martini in his hand throughout the film. Two of Calhoun's flashbacks also clearly show her and Brad drinking wine on a picnic and at a fancy restaurant.
** During Elsa's coronation in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', several background characters are shown holding alcoholic beverages.



** In ''WesternAnimation/KimPossibleMovieSoTheDrama'', Shego is shown drinking something and although it's never stated what the beverage is, it looks suspiciously like a Long Island Iced Tea and it's unlikely that the criminal-underworld nightclub was serving Pepsi.
* In ''[[WesternAnimation/BonVoyageCharlieBrown Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (And Don't Come Back!!)]]'', Snoopy goes to a "café" and gets drunk on a frothy beverage. The mug labels it as "root beer"... even though they're in France and it isn't called that in French.

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** In ''WesternAnimation/KimPossibleMovieSoTheDrama'', Shego is shown drinking something and although it's never stated what the beverage is, it looks suspiciously like a Long Island Iced Tea and it's unlikely that the criminal-underworld nightclub was is serving Pepsi.
* In ''[[WesternAnimation/BonVoyageCharlieBrown Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (And (and Don't Come Back!!)]]'', Snoopy goes to a "café" and gets drunk on a frothy beverage. The mug labels it as "root beer"... even though they're in France and it isn't called that in French.



* Disney's dub of ''Anime/PonyoOnTheCliffByTheSea'' averts this trope: Lisa grabs a can of sake from the fridge during her INeedAFreakingDrink moment, which was kept in the translation. Then again, part of StudioGhibli's contract with Disney was "no cuts", and alcohol has been drunk and even referred to by name in many of Disney's own films.

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* Disney's dub of ''Anime/PonyoOnTheCliffByTheSea'' averts this trope: Lisa grabs a can of sake from the fridge during her INeedAFreakingDrink moment, which was kept in the translation. Then again, part of StudioGhibli's Creator/StudioGhibli's contract with Disney was "no cuts", and alcohol has been drunk and even referred to by name in many of Disney's own films.



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--> '''Ted (voiceover):''' Afterward, we stayed up 'til ''ten at night'', doing shots of chocolate milk. \\

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--> '''Ted (voiceover):''' --->'''Ted:''' ''[voiceover]'' Afterward, we stayed up 'til ''ten at night'', doing shots of chocolate milk. \\



--> '''Future Ted (voiceover):''' He didn't say kiss.

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--> '''Future Ted (voiceover):''' --->'''Future Ted:''' ''[voiceover]'' He didn't say kiss.



--> '''Future Ted (voiceover):''' [[RunningGag I didn't say Grinch]].

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--> '''Future Ted (voiceover):''' --->'''Future Ted:''' ''[voiceover]'' [[RunningGag I didn't say Grinch]].



* ''Series/{{Blackadder}}''
** ''[[Series/{{Blackadder}} Blackadder II]]'': inverted in “Potato”, after being forced to produce a gift for Sir Walter Raleigh and Lord Melchet or face beheading, they reveal two bottles of “fine wine”. It is in fact water… frothy water. [[spoiler:Baldrick’s water, to be precise.]]
** Used as a plot device in the episode “Beer”. Edmund, manipulated into holding a drinking party at his house the same evening that he is entertaining his puritan aunt and uncle, attempts to maintain his sobriety by telling Baldrick that whenever his master orders “incredibly strong ale”, Baldrick is to give him water instead:
--->'''Edmund''': So, Baldrick, when I call for my incredibly strong ale, I want you to pass me water, in an ale bottle – understand?
--->'''Baldrick''': Yes, m’lord. When you ask for ale, I pass water.

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* ''Series/{{Blackadder}}''
''Series/{{Blackadder}}'':
** ''[[Series/{{Blackadder}} Blackadder II]]'': ''[[Series/BlackadderII'': inverted in “Potato”, "Potato", after being forced to produce a gift for Sir Walter Raleigh and Lord Melchet or face beheading, they reveal two bottles of “fine wine”. "fine wine". It is in fact water… water... frothy water. [[spoiler:Baldrick’s [[spoiler:Baldrick's water, to be precise.]]
** Used as a plot device in the episode “Beer”. "Beer". Edmund, manipulated into holding a drinking party at his house the same evening that he is entertaining his puritan aunt and uncle, attempts to maintain his sobriety by telling Baldrick that whenever his master orders “incredibly "incredibly strong ale”, ale", Baldrick is to give him water instead:
--->'''Edmund''': --->'''Edmund:''' So, Baldrick, when I call for my incredibly strong ale, I want you to pass me water, in an ale bottle – understand?
--->'''Baldrick''':
-- understand?\\
'''Baldrick:'''
Yes, m’lord.m'lord. When you ask for ale, I pass water.



* In the old ''Dennis The Menace'' series, [[TheOtherDarrin the first]] George Wilson always was asking for his nerve nedicine.
* ''PowerRangers'':

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* In the old ''Dennis The Menace'' ''Series/DennisTheMenace'' series, [[TheOtherDarrin the first]] George Wilson always was asking for his nerve nedicine.
* ''PowerRangers'':''Franchise/PowerRangers'':



** The second-season two-parter from ''[[MightyMorphinPowerRangers Mighty Morphin]]'', "Wild West Rangers", features a WildWest-era Angel Grove, with a Juice Saloon.

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** The second-season two-parter from ''[[MightyMorphinPowerRangers Mighty Morphin]]'', ''Series/{{Mighty Morphin|PowerRangers}}[='=]'', "Wild West Rangers", features a WildWest-era Angel Grove, with a Juice Saloon.



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* In ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'', Snoopy as the WWI flying ace would go quaff some root beers with Bill Mauldin every Veterans Day.
* Parodied in one ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'' strip where the kids talk about drinking glasses of "[--root--] '''BEER'''." They're doing it deliberately to taunt their dad, who has given up beer for Lent.
* Subverted in the Great Rough-House War arc in ''Thimble Theater''; {{ComicStrip/Popeye}} and General Bunzo of Nazilia decide to drink to their new friendship. The King Blozo reminds them of the prohibition in the country. They counter that their drinking from a bottle clearly labeled "GRAPE JUICE". Blozo sniffs the bottle and remarks, "It probably ''was'' grape juice ''fifty years ago.''"
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* In ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'', Snoopy as the WWI flying ace would go quaff some root beers with Bill Mauldin every Veterans Day.
* Parodied in one ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'' strip where the kids talk about drinking glasses of "[--root--] '''BEER'''." They're doing it deliberately to taunt their dad, who has given up beer for Lent.
* Subverted in the Great Rough-House War arc in ''Thimble Theater''; {{ComicStrip/Popeye}} and General Bunzo of Nazilia decide to drink to their new friendship. The King Blozo reminds them of the prohibition in the country. They counter that their drinking from a bottle clearly labeled "GRAPE JUICE". Blozo sniffs the bottle and remarks, "It probably ''was'' grape juice ''fifty years ago.''"
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[[folder:Pinballs]]



** The series in general averts this as all references to and items involving alcohol are kept in-tact in the localized version. Drinking the alcohol items results in the main farmer character's decrease in his fatigue or stamina bar and bars appear in several games. This can get a bit weird in the DistaffCounterpart versions, though... when your farmer is ''[[OneDrinkWillKillTheBaby pregnant]]''. Wine is also available as a gift in many of the games. You can even make your own.
** Played straight with "berry juice" in the [[VideoGame/HarvestMoonOriginalSeries original SNES game]]. They drink berry juice... In a bar. Characters are very obviously drunk on the "juice", such as Nina at a festival and Ellen's drunkard dad, yet it's never referred as wine. Sequel game ''VideoGame/{{Harvest Moon 64}}'' takes place a few decades later and averts this trope heavily. It even introduced the most well-known alcohol loving character in the series, Karen, who works at her father's bar (the bar Eve worked at in the original).

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** The series in general averts this as all references to and items involving alcohol are kept in-tact intact in the localized version. Drinking the alcohol items results in the main farmer character's decrease in his fatigue or stamina bar and bars appear in several games. This can get a bit weird in the DistaffCounterpart versions, though... when your farmer is ''[[OneDrinkWillKillTheBaby pregnant]]''. Wine is also available as a gift in many of the games. You can even make your own.
** Played straight with "berry juice" in the [[VideoGame/HarvestMoonOriginalSeries [[VideoGame/HarvestMoon1 original SNES game]]. They drink berry juice... In a bar. Characters are very obviously drunk on the "juice", such as Nina at a festival and Ellen's drunkard dad, yet it's never referred as wine. Sequel game ''VideoGame/{{Harvest Moon 64}}'' takes place a few decades later and averts this trope heavily. It even introduced the most well-known alcohol loving character in the series, Karen, who works at her father's bar (the bar Eve worked at in the original).



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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'':
** Or that time I drank a bottle of soy sauce and thought I could fly Bubs' Concession Stand...
** [[RunningGag Or that time The Cheat drank a bottle of soy sauce and tried to eat Bubs' Concession Stand...]]
* Inverted in the ''Machinima/YogscastMinecraftSeries'' when buckets of "beer" [[spoiler: in the dwarven mines]] are actually filled with [[DrunkOnMilk frothy milk]] because there is no beer in ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}''. LetsPlay/LewisBrindley looks at the label for the "beer" and it says "milk."
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* ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'' features at least one instance of a troll passed out in a pile of soda bottles. Possibly justified by BizarreAlienBiology.

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* ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'' ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' features at least one instance of a troll passed out in a pile of soda bottles. Possibly justified by BizarreAlienBiology.



* [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Or that time I drank a bottle of soy sauce and thought I could fly Bubs' Concession Stand...]]
** [[RunningGag Or that time The Cheat drank a bottle of soy sauce and tried to eat Bubs' Concession Stand...]]
* Understandably parodied in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDvbLWVbi6E this now-widely-circulated video]] of ''third-graders'' re-enacting ''Film/{{Scarface 1983}}''. They used a foot-high pile of popcorn as a stand-in for cocaine.
* A writer on MTV Multiplayer: [[http://multiplayerblog.mtv.com/2010/07/26/nintendo-is-making-the-perfect-soda-drinking-game/ "Nintendo Is Making The Perfect [Soda] Drinking Game"]]
* In the legendary Facebook timesink ''VideoGame/FarmVille'', you can start a "Winery". In said winery, you will occasionally see your recipes randomly switch from "Sweet Saki, White Wine, and Red Table Wine" to "Sweet ''Energy Drink'' (without doubt, the funniest of the lot), White Grape Cooler, and Rich Grape Juice" and back again.
** In either case it's used as biodiesel.
* '' Farmville 2'' had an event that was obviously a wine-tasting festival, but it was insistently referred to as a "berry juice" festival, even though most of the berries involved were grapes.
* ''WebVideo/DragonBallAbridged'' parodies the phenomenon seen on the page image: "I'm drinkin' O.J. *ping* Now it's apple juice! *ping* Now it's beer! Yay beer!"
** [[TheStinger Now it's a Nestle Crunch Bar! *ping* Now it's a Gummi Bear! *ping* Now's it's Nappa!]]
*** "Wait... what the hell?!"
* Inverted in the ''Machinima/YogscastMinecraftSeries'' when buckets of "beer" [[spoiler: in the dwarven mines]] are actually filled with [[DrunkOnMilk frothy milk]] because there is no beer in ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}''. LetsPlay/LewisBrindley looks at the label for the "beer" and it says "milk."

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* [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Or that time I drank a bottle of soy sauce and thought I could fly Bubs' Concession Stand...]]
** [[RunningGag Or that time The Cheat drank a bottle of soy sauce and tried to eat Bubs' Concession Stand...]]
* Understandably parodied in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDvbLWVbi6E this now-widely-circulated video]] of ''third-graders'' re-enacting ''Film/{{Scarface 1983}}''.''Film/Scarface1983''. They used a foot-high pile of popcorn as a stand-in for cocaine.
* A writer on MTV Multiplayer: [[http://multiplayerblog.mtv.com/2010/07/26/nintendo-is-making-the-perfect-soda-drinking-game/ "Nintendo Is Making The the Perfect [Soda] Drinking Game"]]
* ''VideoGame/FarmVille'':
**
In the this legendary Facebook timesink ''VideoGame/FarmVille'', timesink, you can start a "Winery". In said winery, you will occasionally see your recipes randomly switch from "Sweet Saki, White Wine, and Red Table Wine" to "Sweet ''Energy Drink'' (without doubt, the funniest of the lot), White Grape Cooler, and Rich Grape Juice" and back again.
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again. In either case it's used as biodiesel.
* '' Farmville ** ''Farmville 2'' had an event that was obviously a wine-tasting festival, but it was insistently referred to as a "berry juice" festival, even though most of the berries involved were grapes.
* ''WebVideo/DragonBallAbridged'' parodies the phenomenon seen on the page image: "I'm drinkin' O.J. *ping* Now it's apple juice! *ping* Now it's beer! Yay beer!"
** [[TheStinger Now it's a Nestle Crunch Bar! *ping* Now it's a Gummi Bear! *ping* Now's it's Nappa!]]
*** "Wait... what the hell?!"
* Inverted in the ''Machinima/YogscastMinecraftSeries'' when buckets of "beer" [[spoiler: in the dwarven mines]] are actually filled with [[DrunkOnMilk frothy milk]] because there is no beer in ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}''. LetsPlay/LewisBrindley looks at the label for the "beer" and it says "milk."
grapes.



--->'''Grandpa:''' Ah, can't get a good sarsaparilla like this back in Springfield. It angries up the blood.
--->'''Bartender:''' Heh, you like it, huh?
--->'''Grandpa:''' Up yours!

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--->'''Grandpa:''' Ah, can't get a good sarsaparilla like this back in Springfield. It angries up the blood.
--->'''Bartender:'''
blood.\\
'''Bartender:'''
Heh, you like it, huh?
--->'''Grandpa:'''
huh?\\
'''Grandpa:'''
Up yours!



** In "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E21OverABarrel Over a Barrel]]" the bar in the wild west town Appleloosa serves ''salt licks''. And the bartender physically throws out an old, visibly drunk pony who had too much salt. (You might say he [[IncrediblyLamePun couldn't hold his licker]].) Also used in the episode "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E3TheTicketMaster The Ticket Master]]", where Pinkie Pie mentions sarsaparillas as part of her ImagineSpot of the Grand Galloping Gala.
** There was also the scene in the pilot that is the origin of the [[http://media.photobucket.com/image/confound+these+ponies+they+drive+me+to+drink+/ShyRangerSMRPG/Confound_these_ponies.png "confound these ponies, they drive me to drink"]] meme, where Twilight Sparkle drinks something that turns out to be hot sauce (not that she realized it).

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** In "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E21OverABarrel Over a Barrel]]" Barrel]]", the bar in the wild west town Appleloosa serves ''salt licks''. And the bartender physically throws out an old, visibly drunk pony who had too much salt. (You might say he [[IncrediblyLamePun [[{{Pun}} couldn't hold his licker]].) )
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Also used in the episode "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E3TheTicketMaster The Ticket Master]]", where Pinkie Pie mentions sarsaparillas as part of her ImagineSpot of the Grand Galloping Gala.
** There was also is the scene in the pilot that is the origin of the [[http://media.photobucket.com/image/confound+these+ponies+they+drive+me+to+drink+/ShyRangerSMRPG/Confound_these_ponies.png "confound these ponies, they drive me to drink"]] meme, where Twilight Sparkle drinks something that turns out to be hot sauce (not that she realized it).



* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66AYGjkN4vE This]] early MickeyMouse short titled ''When The Cats Away'' deserves an extra special mention for showing the cat as being in love with his Moonshine, downing the whole jug in five gulps, promptly grabbing a rifle and marching over the horizon, to top it all off it was made in 1929 during the Prohibition.

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66AYGjkN4vE This]] early MickeyMouse short titled ''When The Cats Away'' "When the Cat's Away" deserves an extra special mention for showing the cat as being in love with his Moonshine, downing the whole jug in five gulps, promptly grabbing a rifle and marching over the horizon, to horizon. To top it all off off, it was made in 1929 during the Prohibition.



* Parodied in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'', where an episode opens in a speakeasy -- after ''soda'' is banned for kids, in a spoof of Prohibition.
** One episode has sugar also used as such, with cups filled to the brim with them and used in drinking contest. The "intoxication" being a very jittery sugar rush.
--> '''Pirate Captain''': Not bad lass, but this battle be to the depths... of your blood sugar levels!

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* ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'':
**
Parodied in with an episode of ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'', where an episode that opens in a speakeasy -- after ''soda'' is banned for kids, in a spoof of Prohibition.
** One Another episode has sugar also used as such, with cups filled to the brim with them and used in drinking contest. The "intoxication" being a very jittery sugar rush.
--> '''Pirate Captain''': --->'''Pirate Captain:''' Not bad lass, but this battle be to the depths... of your blood sugar levels!



** ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'' with the Contructicons. Oil as an alcohol stand-in in Transformers fiction goes back farther than ''Animated''--even G1 canon has a location on Cybertron called "Maccadam's Old Oil House". Not just oil - one episode of G1 features the decepticons getting [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EBUXVZcb2M completely shitfaced on energon.]] And while nobody gets drunk in ''WesternAnimation/BeastWars'', Rattrap has more than once talked about where he'd like to go get drunk or what he'd like to get drunk on once they get back to Cybertron in a pretty obvious way.
** ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'s'' Bender runs on alcohol. He drinks regularly and excessively. However, if Bender ''doesn't'' drink alcohol then he begins to act intoxicated as his systems run out of fuel to burn. Drinking alcohol is, for him, sobriety.
---->'''Fry:''' Bender, I think you drank too much. Or too little, I forget how it works with you. The point is, you haven't drunk exactly the right amount.
*** Another example of this is when Bender goes on a... "bender." A sobriety bender. Leela finds him stumbling home and offers the line, "Just ''look'' at that five o'clock rust! You've been up all night not drinking, haven't you?" And then "Just promise me you won't get behind the wheel without some kind of alcoholic beverage in your hand!"
** It's also used for a DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything in [[AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog AOSTH]] with Sonic telling Scratch, "You robot chickens make me sick. Get a couple of pints of motor oil in you and suddenly you're tough guys!" Of course, Scratch and Grounder [[CantHoldHisLiquor Can't Hold Their Liquor]] when it's real.
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'' offers this line after Sonic and Tails walk into a tavern: "Couple of chili dogs and a beer. ''Root'' beer, that is!" Averted in the [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle Sonic Sez]] about liquor. "I wanna try this booze!"

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** ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'' with the Contructicons. Oil as an alcohol stand-in in Transformers fiction goes back farther than ''Animated''--even ''Animated'' -- even G1 canon has a location on Cybertron called "Maccadam's Old Oil House". Not just oil - -- one episode of G1 features the decepticons getting [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EBUXVZcb2M completely shitfaced on energon.]] And while nobody gets drunk in ''WesternAnimation/BeastWars'', Rattrap has more than once talked about where he'd like to go get drunk or what he'd like to get drunk on once they get back to Cybertron in a pretty obvious way.
** ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'s'' Bender runs on alcohol. He drinks regularly and excessively. However, if Bender ''doesn't'' drink alcohol then he begins to act intoxicated as his systems run out of fuel to burn. Drinking alcohol is, for him, sobriety.
---->'''Fry:''' Bender, I think you drank too much. Or too little, I forget how it works with you. The point is, you haven't drunk exactly the right amount.
*** Another example of this is when Bender goes on a... "bender." A sobriety bender. Leela finds him stumbling home and offers the line, "Just ''look'' at that five o'clock rust! You've been up all night not drinking, haven't you?" And then "Just promise me you won't get behind the wheel without some kind of alcoholic beverage in your hand!"
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'':
** It's also used for a DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything in [[AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog AOSTH]] with Sonic telling Scratch, "You robot chickens make me sick. Get a couple of pints of motor oil in you and suddenly you're tough guys!" Of course, Scratch and Grounder [[CantHoldHisLiquor Can't Hold Their Liquor]] when it's real.
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'' ** The show offers this line after Sonic and Tails walk into a tavern: "Couple of chili dogs and a beer. ''Root'' beer, that is!" Averted in the [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle Sonic Sez]] about liquor. "I wanna try this booze!"



* ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow,'':

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* ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow,'':''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'':



-->'''Luigi:''' Eh...gimme a milk.
-->''Bartender looks at him oddly''
-->'''Mario:''' In a dirty glass!

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-->'''Luigi:''' Eh...gimme a milk.
-->''Bartender
milk.\\
''[Bartender
looks at him oddly''
-->'''Mario:'''
oddly]''\\
'''Mario:'''
In a dirty glass!



-->'''Sara''': Nah, we're just gonna hang out and drink age appropriate drinks.
-->'''Wirt''': Like, juice?
-->'''Sara''': Yeah, and whatever. [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial Age appropriate stuff that's not illegal.]]

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-->'''Sara''': -->'''Sara:''' Nah, we're just gonna hang out and drink age appropriate drinks.
-->'''Wirt''':
drinks.\\
'''Wirt:'''
Like, juice?
-->'''Sara''':
juice?\\
'''Sara:'''
Yeah, and whatever. [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial Age appropriate stuff that's not illegal.]]



* The SwatKats drink [[FurryReminder milk in cans]]. (It should be noted carbonated milk does exist in real life, so they might be drinking that.)

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* The SwatKats WesternAnimation/SWATKats drink [[FurryReminder milk in cans]]. (It should be noted carbonated milk does exist in real life, so they might be drinking that.)
8th Jul '16 12:08:01 AM JigokuBosatsu
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** It's a cover of a depression-era song by Blues master RobertJohnson."Malted milk"is period slang for beer.
6th Jul '16 2:05:51 PM Willbyr
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* ''Anime/LastExile'' provides what might be an interesting [[InvertedTrope inversion]] - the mugs which look an awful lot like beer steins, reserved by many for special occasions and may be served at bars ''really do contain water''; clean drinking water is a luxury in drought-stricken Anatoray, with special "First Water", the purest form, costing about what a commoner earns in a day.

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* ''Anime/LastExile'' provides what might be an interesting [[InvertedTrope inversion]] - the {{inver|tedTrope}}sion--the mugs which look an awful lot like beer steins, reserved by many for special occasions and may be served at bars ''really do contain water''; clean drinking water is a luxury in drought-stricken Anatoray, with special "First Water", the purest form, costing about what a commoner earns in a day.



* Played with in MarchenAwakensRomance, where the (underage) main characters often consume Papula Nut juice. Based on the description and effects, it's not alcoholic, but it contains some other intoxicant with similar effects. It's clearly treated like beer, though no one objects to serving it to 14 year olds. It also makes good medication for insomnia.

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* Played with in MarchenAwakensRomance, ''Manga/{{MAR}}'', where the (underage) main characters often consume Papula Nut juice. Based on the description and effects, it's not alcoholic, but it contains some other intoxicant with similar effects. It's clearly treated like beer, though no one objects to serving it to 14 year olds. It also makes good medication for insomnia.



* Inversion: the {{Tokyopop}} translation of ''VuideoGame/DevilMayCry 3'''s manga changed "tomato juice" to "beer". As in, what Dante drinks most of the time.

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* Inversion: the {{Tokyopop}} Creator/{{Tokyopop}} translation of ''VuideoGame/DevilMayCry 3'''s manga changed "tomato juice" to "beer". As in, what Dante drinks most of the time.
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