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16th Jan '17 11:19:30 PM Phred
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* ''WesternAnimation/AllHailKingJulien'': Julien starts to act drunk without any substance intake when exhausted from hours and hours of partying.

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Julien starts to act drunk without any substance intake when exhausted from hours and hours of partying.partying, complete with a hangover the next day.
** Party animal Rob turns one of Julien's parties into a rave by adding "witch doctor prescribed bone dust extract".
** At one point, Horst, who is often seen drinking an unspecified UmbrellaDrink, appears to be DrowningHisSorrows with them and very obviously becoming more and more drunk as the episode continues.
13th Jan '17 3:07:31 PM bookwormgal
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/FairlyOddparents'' fanfiction, ''FanFic/OriginOfThePixies,'' magical beings are subject to getting drunk on sugary substances like candy and soda rather than alcohol.
21st Dec '16 2:57:37 AM RandomnessUnlimited
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': Quack Quack's yogurt. Without it, he undergoes withdrawal symptoms, and in one episode, everybody accuses him of cheating in an athletic event because he was eating yogurt.
** A season 2 episode had Stumpy and Quack Quack get addicted to carrots, which produced the same effect as smoking tobacco.
8th Dec '16 12:03:35 AM AirofMystery
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** Before Europeans adopted coffee, they only knew it as a drink from the Middle East. In a very literal application of this trope, the Europeans sometimes called it 'the wine of Islam' (Islam being a religion that forbids alcohol).
7th Dec '16 9:01:40 AM Gravidef
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** There are a couple of examples, both played surprisingly somber and serious for the show, in that the substances themself might be goofy or fantastical, but the ''consequences'' are appropriately dire. In one episode Mojo Jojo offers 4 disabled kids Chemical X-induced, temporary superpowers. Before long they are willing to [[spoiler:kill the Powerpuff Girls]] for the next fix.
** In the episode "Candy is Dandy" where the mayor starts rewarding the girls with candy for their heroics, not only is the effect disturbingly similar to a drug high, but the Girls are also willing to abandon their morals to get more: first they strike a deal with Mojo Jojo and repeatedly break him out of prison so that they could arrest him and get candy, and then beat him to the inch of his life, when he steals the candy.

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** There are a couple of examples, both played surprisingly somber and serious for the show, in that the substances themself themselves might be goofy or fantastical, but the ''consequences'' are appropriately dire. In one episode Mojo Jojo offers 4 disabled kids Chemical X-induced, [[FiveTokenBand four diverse kids]] from the Girls' class temporary superpowers.superpowers from a Chemical X knockoff. Before long they are willing to [[spoiler:kill the Powerpuff Girls]] for the next fix.
** In the episode "Candy is Dandy" where the mayor starts rewarding the girls with candy for their heroics, not only is the effect disturbingly similar to a drug high, but the Girls are also willing to abandon their morals to get more: first they strike a deal with Mojo Jojo and repeatedly break him out of prison so that they could arrest him and get candy, candy. When Mojo reneges on the deal and then beat steals the candy instead ForTheEvulz, the Girls literally ''beat him to the within an inch of his life, when he steals the candy.life.''
3rd Dec '16 5:59:06 PM DustSnitch
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* As recorded on ''Music/TheHamiltonMixtape'', Lin-Manuel Miranda's part in "Wrote My Way Out" compares being without his pen to being in withdrawal and he begs someone to give it back to him.
4th Nov '16 11:37:17 PM kazokuhouou
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* Tanning cream (oh, I'm sorry, ''[[GratuitousFrench crème]]'') acts as this in one episode of ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw'', with Peanut even acting as dealer.

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* Tanning cream (oh, I'm sorry, ''[[GratuitousFrench crème]]'') acts as this in one episode of ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw'', with Peanut even acting as dealer. Taken to hilarious extremes when Harvey's friends hold an intervention...all while indulging in more realistic vices, such as nicotine, alcohol, and gambling.
27th Oct '16 7:22:26 PM Anicomicgeek
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* ''WesternAnimation/SWATKats'' sees not only catnip used as drugs, but milk as synonymous with alcohol.
11th Oct '16 6:23:55 PM Gideoncrawle
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'''s first season, the underage Courtney recklessly wolfs down sandwiches at the boot camp party in a child-friendly metaphor for binge drinking. Despite Bridgette's admonition that "I think you've had enough", Courtney eats one too many and shortly thereafter pukes over the porch railing.
27th Sep '16 8:51:06 PM Premonition45
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** In "The Bart of War", when Bart and Milhouse find Ned Flanders' [[Music/TheBeatles Beatles]] memorabilia room, they decide to try some nearly 40-year-old Beatles sodas ("[[Music/JohnLennon John Lemon]]", "[[Music/GeorgeHarrison Orange Harrison]]", "[[Music/PaulMcCartney Paul McIced Tea]]", and "[[Music/RingoStarr Mango Starr]]"). Bart tries the "John Lemon" soda and imagines Milhouse as John Lennon throughout his life, from Beatlemania to "Sgt. Pepper" to "Let It Be" to "Double Fantasy".
-->'''Bart:''' [[WaxingLyrical Oh, yellow matter custard, dripping from a dead dog's eye]]...
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