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25th Nov '17 2:15:18 PM VicGeorge2011
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** And there's the [[http://joelsbar.org/ Joel's Bar: Drunken Glory Broadcast]] website.

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** And there's the [[http://joelsbar.org/ [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbVoPHYWlV22iwWCPKA0e1w Joel's Bar: Drunken Glory Broadcast]] website.channel on Website/{{YouTube}}.
19th Nov '17 10:46:21 AM ReaderAt2046
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* Nima of [[https://whydoyouneedtoknow.fanficauthors.net/He_Nearly_Killed_the_Cat/The_New_Neighbors/ The Legendbreakers]] has an... interesting... reaction to Jean's pretzel supply. This is explained as being a combination of 3 factors. First, Nima is more than a bit of a LargeHam. Second, she really likes pretzels. Third, it's ''extremely'' dangerous for Legendbreakers to eat pretzels while on assignment, and she just got back from a five-month assignment.
15th Nov '17 6:59:00 PM PaulA
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* Creator/JasperFforde likes this trope. In the ''Literature/NurseryCrime'' book ''The Fourth Bear'', the bears have problems with porridge, honey, buns and [[PaddingtonBear marmalade]] (in increasing order of addictiveness). Literature/ThursdayNext has a sideline smuggling cheese from Wales, and there's a scene in ''First Among Sequels'' reminiscent of ''Film/PulpFiction'' where she meets her contact and tests the product.

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* Creator/JasperFforde likes this trope. Creator/JasperFforde:
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In the ''Literature/NurseryCrime'' book ''The Fourth Bear'', the bears have problems with porridge, honey, buns and [[PaddingtonBear [[Literature/PaddingtonBear marmalade]] (in increasing order of addictiveness). addictiveness).
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Literature/ThursdayNext has a sideline smuggling cheese from Wales, and there's a scene in ''First Among Sequels'' reminiscent of ''Film/PulpFiction'' where she meets her contact and tests the product.
15th Nov '17 3:22:54 AM Hanz
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** In the episode "Major Boobage", the concentrated urine that male cats spray in the presence of other male cats gets people high. This causes hallucinations of a fantasy world based on ''WesternAnimation/HeavyMetal,'' where almost everything looks like breasts. [[spoiler: At the end of the episode, Kenny has rid himself of his addiction to cat urine, and is shown enjoying life. As he smells some flowers, Stan comments that he is getting high on life. When Kenny begins frantically snorting the flowers, Stan notes, worriedly, that he's getting ''really'' high on life.]]

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** In the episode "Major Boobage", the concentrated urine that male cats spray in the presence of other male cats gets people high. This causes hallucinations of a fantasy world based on ''WesternAnimation/HeavyMetal,'' where almost everything looks like breasts. [[spoiler: At the end of the episode, Kenny has rid himself of his addiction to cat urine, and is shown enjoying life. As he smells some flowers, Stan comments that he is getting high on life. When Kenny begins frantically snorting the flowers, Stan notes, worriedly, that he's getting ''really'' high on life.]]]] In ''Videogame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole'', "Cheesing" returns as a drug epidemic that turns the town into a WretchedHive.
18th Oct '17 4:18:28 AM catmuto
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* ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasonsTrioOfTowns'' has Megan react strangely when ingesting fish. This old lady, who sometimes [[FeelingTheirAge feels her age]], jumps up and becomes hyperactive, friendly and happy and even races out of her home like a little schoolgirl. After it wears off, she returns home very groggy and explains that she woke up in front of her barn, with no memory of how she got there. She might be aware of some of its effect on her, as she [[DoesNotLikeSpam hates getting fish as a gift]].



* ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}'' puts [[spoiler:Sugar]] in this role. Of course, it's made quite differently (and more nightmarishly) than its real life counterpart. Just don't stand between an Elsen and his [[spoiler:dessert]], or the normally meek and cowardly lil' guy might just get a lot more violent.

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* ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}'' puts [[spoiler:Sugar]] in this role. Of course, it's made quite differently (and more nightmarishly) than its real life counterpart. Just don't stand between an Elsen and his [[spoiler:dessert]], or the normally meek and cowardly lil' li'l guy might just get a lot more violent.
28th Sep '17 8:44:50 PM Dragos_Drakkar
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** There's an episode (if someone knows the title, please add it) in which Barney replaces its alcoholism with addition to caffé mocha. Of course Moe adapts to that change of habits.

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** There's an episode (if someone knows the title, please add it) in which In "Days of Wine and D'oh'ses", Barney replaces its alcoholism with addition to caffé mocha. Of course Moe adapts to that change of habits.
6th Sep '17 12:04:31 AM SomberCaelifera
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* Rocky from ''Webcomic/Lackadaisy'' has had an... ''[[http://www.lackadaisycats.com/exhibit.php?exhibitid=351 interesting]]'' reaction to pancakes as a child. "I CAN SEE ETERNITY." Of course, having made this claim, the author goes on to posit that this may be incorrect, and it's just all the sugar he's getting from drenching them in syrup. Which is still this trope. He hasn't grown out of this by adulthood, as his sugar highs are shown as comparable to dropping particularly bad acid.

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* Rocky from ''Webcomic/Lackadaisy'' ''Webcomic/{{Lackadaisy}}'' has had an... ''[[http://www.lackadaisycats.com/exhibit.php?exhibitid=351 interesting]]'' reaction to pancakes as a child. "I CAN SEE ETERNITY." Of course, having made this claim, the author goes on to posit that this may be incorrect, and it's just all the sugar he's getting from drenching them in syrup. Which is still this trope. He hasn't grown out of this by adulthood, as his sugar highs are shown as comparable to dropping particularly bad acid.
6th Sep '17 12:03:27 AM SomberCaelifera
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* Rocky from ''Webcomic/LackadaisyCats'' has had an... ''[[http://www.lackadaisycats.com/exhibit.php?exhibitid=351 interesting]]'' reaction to pancakes as a child. "I CAN SEE ETERNITY." Of course, having made this claim, the author goes on to posit that this may be incorrect, and it's just all the sugar he's getting from drenching them in syrup. Which is still this trope. He hasn't grown out of this by adulthood, as his sugar highs are shown as comparable to dropping particularly bad acid.

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* Rocky from ''Webcomic/LackadaisyCats'' ''Webcomic/Lackadaisy'' has had an... ''[[http://www.lackadaisycats.com/exhibit.php?exhibitid=351 interesting]]'' reaction to pancakes as a child. "I CAN SEE ETERNITY." Of course, having made this claim, the author goes on to posit that this may be incorrect, and it's just all the sugar he's getting from drenching them in syrup. Which is still this trope. He hasn't grown out of this by adulthood, as his sugar highs are shown as comparable to dropping particularly bad acid.
2nd Jul '17 1:46:42 PM RedScharlach
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** A similar UK anti-smoking ad has "blue sticks", and another had people blowing party noisemakers.

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** A similar UK anti-smoking ad has had "blue sticks", and another had people blowing party noisemakers.



* Joan from ''Comicbook/AmeliaRules'' creates a drink called Joan's Jet (half ginger ale, half grenadine and a mentos) at Amelias 11-year birthday party. The ensuring sugar rush after she gets one too many fully justifies the name. Apparently it can also cause bad trips:

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* Joan from ''Comicbook/AmeliaRules'' creates a drink called Joan's Jet (half ginger ale, half grenadine and a mentos) Mentos mint) at Amelias 11-year Amelia's 11th birthday party. The ensuring sugar rush after she gets one too many fully justifies the name. Apparently it can also cause bad trips:



** From The same Series, Jem'Hadar soldiers are terminally dependent on a substance known as "Ketracel White". their DNA falls apart if they go too long without it. and [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything It looks like a white fluid]], albeit administered via the side of the neck

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** From The the same Series, series, Jem'Hadar soldiers are terminally dependent on a substance known as "Ketracel White". their Their DNA falls apart if they go too long without it. and [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything It looks like a white fluid]], albeit administered via the side of the neck



** Kenneth the Page "Rides the brown serpent" when a cappuccino machine is introduced to his desk.

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** Kenneth the Page "Rides "rides the brown serpent" when a cappuccino machine is introduced to his desk.
10th Jun '17 6:33:44 PM Monolaf317
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* HighOnCatnip: When a catlike character [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin ingests catnip]]

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* HighOnCatnip: When a catlike character [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin ingests catnip]]catnip]];



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