The perfect step up from Mountain Dew: Code Red.
Via Laughing Squid
YouTube doesn’t work on my work computer so I don’t know what the deal is with this stuff but I would like to say that Code Red Mountain Dew deserves partial credit for every term paper I wrote in college.
Wonder what color this will turn your mouth. Meh, I’ll still try it.
Let’s hope my stain fighting toothpaste is strong enough!
Blue wine’s subtle fruitiness pairs beautifully with the chemical sting of purple EZ Squirt ketchup.
#NeverForget Crystal Pepsi
There is a Bible verse that refers to a certain sea as being the color of wine (I think it is in 2 Etruscans? Or The Philippines?) and scholars sometimes idly wonder if that means this sea used to be red because of algae — or if wine in 1500 BCE was blue.
(There is also the possibility the writers just made shit up.)
You’re thinking of The Iliad/The Odyssey, not the Bible. *pushes up glasses* There was a Radiolab episode about it, but I have some scientist friends (jealous?) who kind of called bullshit on that episode, so WHO EVEN KNOWS?
I know a lot of scientist people who don’t like Radiolab, but I still love it. Mostly because when scientist people try to explain things to me I get very bored.
Thanks for calling me out and making me look stupid in front of the whole Internet, summer!
I know this was made in Spain but it just screams MERRRICA! for all the classy sorority girls who want to serve red white and blue wines at their 4th of July soirees.
THINK OF THE PINTEREST PICTURES
THINK OF THE INSTAGRAMS
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