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23rd Oct '15 2:54:28 PM ZootyCutie94
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* ''Toys/TheTrashPack'' is designed around disgusting creatures and rotten food, dripping with slime and named with synonyms for "gross".
28th Sep '15 1:26:02 PM MarkLungo
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17th Oct '14 10:32:31 PM spiritsunami
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** Ooze in general became an emblem of {{Nickelodeon}}, and the "main" form for their logo was a splat.
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** Ooze in general became an emblem of {{Nickelodeon}}, and the "main" form for their logo was a splat. Toys they produced pased on this had names like "Gak", "Floam", and "Smud".
14th Oct '14 12:41:52 PM rjung
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Various cartoons and toy lines, especially in the late 1980s and early 1990s, used repulsive slimy creatures and ooze to appeal to kids, ''especially'' boys (hence the trope name pun). Keywords were "gross","slime" (or if you're British "gunge") and "ooze". Toys often focused on some gimmick based around some goopy liquid, and most of these franchises had an obsession with the toxic waste theme. That meant lots of villains, and sometimes heroes, based on mutant abilities, bizarre chimeras, and distorted bodies.
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Various cartoons and toy lines, especially in the late 1980s and early 1990s, used repulsive slimy creatures and ooze to appeal to kids, ''especially'' boys (hence the trope name pun). Keywords were "gross","slime" "gross", "slime" (or if you're British "gunge") and "ooze". Toys often focused on some gimmick based around some goopy liquid, and most of these franchises had an obsession with the toxic waste theme. That meant lots of villains, and sometimes heroes, based on mutant abilities, bizarre chimeras, and distorted bodies. bodies. The ooze often appeared with a brightly unnatural SicklyGreenGlow.

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Various cartoons and toy lines, especially in the late 1980s and early 1990s, used repulsive slimy creatures and ooze to appeal to kids, ''especially'' boys (hence the trope name pun). Keywords were "gross","slime" (or if you're British "gunge") and "ooze". Toys often focused on some gimmick based around some goopy liquid, and most of these franchises had an obsession with the toxic waste theme. That meant lots of villains, and sometimes heroes, based on mutant abilities, bizarre chimeras, and distorted bodies.

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Various cartoons and toy lines, especially in the late 1980s and early 1990s, used repulsive slimy creatures and ooze to appeal to kids, ''especially'' boys (hence the trope name pun). Keywords were "gross","slime" (or if you're British "gunge") and "ooze". Toys often focused on some gimmick based around some goopy liquid, and most of these franchises had an obsession with the toxic waste theme. That meant lots of villains, and sometimes heroes, based on mutant abilities, bizarre chimeras, and distorted bodies.

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Various cartoons and toy lines, especially in the late 1980s and early 1990s, used repulsive slimy creatures and ooze to appeal to kids, ''especially'' boys (hence the trope name pun). Keywords were "gross","slime" (or if you're British "gunge") and "ooze". Toys often focused on some gimmick based around some goopy liquid, and most of these franchises had an obsession * The playfield for ''Pinball/ScaredStiff'' is covered with the toxic waste theme. That meant lots of villains, and sometimes heroes, based on mutant abilities, bizarre chimeras, and distorted bodies. dripping green goo.
11th Sep '14 6:51:14 PM ZootyCutie94
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Mixels}}'' has the Glorp Corp, a Mixels tribe that is based around goo and slime. Their figurines use transparent green pieces to invoke their slime.
29th Aug '14 11:33:11 PM WillBGood
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* A SpearCounterpart to the class EZ Bake Oven was called "Queasy Bake" and ran with this trope.
29th Aug '14 11:32:10 PM WillBGood
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* ''Doctor Dreadful'' is a toy line first introduced by ''Creator/{{Tyco}}, currently produced by Umagine. It makes ''candy'' and other treats with slime and other creepy themes.
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* ''Doctor Dreadful'' is a toy line first introduced by ''Creator/{{Tyco}}, Creator/{{Tyco}}, currently produced by Umagine. It makes ''candy'' and other treats with slime and other creepy themes.
28th Jul '14 7:02:04 PM maedar
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* ''Doctor Dreadful'' is a toy line first introduced by ''Creator/{{Tyco}}, currently produced by Umagine. It makes ''candy'' and other treats with slime and other creepy themes.
18th Mar '14 10:06:45 PM grarrrg2
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Examples have been alphabetized since "above" reference
* The ''Franchise/MastersOfTheUniverse'' villains, the Evil Horde, got an entire playset based around this concept, the Horde Slime Pit. A claw would reach up to ensnare an action hero, and then a dinosaur skull would open its jaw to drop the official "slime," a green semisolid that came in a canister, similar to the Ghostbusters product above.
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* The ''Franchise/MastersOfTheUniverse'' villains, the Evil Horde, got an entire playset based around this concept, the Horde Slime Pit. A claw would reach up to ensnare an action hero, and then a dinosaur skull would open its jaw to drop the official "slime," a green semisolid that came in a canister, similar to the Ghostbusters product above.goo.
21st Jan '14 12:59:26 AM Abodos
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Various cartoons and toy lines, especially in the late 1980s and early 1990s, used repulsive slimy creatures and ooze to appeal kids, ''especially'' boys (hence the trope name pun). Keywords were "gross","slime" (or if you're British "gunge") and "ooze".
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Various cartoons and toy lines, especially in the late 1980s and early 1990s, used repulsive slimy creatures and ooze to appeal to kids, ''especially'' boys (hence the trope name pun). Keywords were "gross","slime" (or if you're British "gunge") and "ooze".
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