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Pickle Me Elmo

A toy, a public service announcement, and a muppet all rolled into one annoying package.
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Pickle Me Elmo is the latest installment in the popular "Tickle Me Elmo" series of toys. This fuzzy animatronic doll is designed to teach kiddies the perils of drinking and intoxication.

Pickle Me Elmo is just Elmo with an alcoholic beverage (buyer's choice) in hand. When the toddlers squeeze PM Elmo's tummy, he raises it to his gaping mouth and chugs loudly, burping afterwards. Pickle Me Elmo always giggles, but the volume and frequency of his giggles increase as he drinks more and more. He also becomes more self-destructive as the little ones squeeze him again and again.

After a certain degree, Elmo's plastic eyelids begin to wobble. Then he starts complaining loudly about his troubled relationship with Zoe. This series of events continues to escalate until poor Elmo either passes out, gets into a car accident, or stumbles drunkenly off the table, after which he is deactivated until he is turned on again. Seeing their beloved Elmo in such a sorry state should be enough to rout any jaded youngster from a life of alcoholism.

DrWorm, Sep 07 2009

Sesame streetgangs' Bigbad bird http://s68.photobuc...ivingthebigbird.jpg
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Sep 08 2009]

Pickle-me Elmo http://www.freaking...Elmo-Pics-28765.asp
Closer to what I thought this idea would entail. [jutta, Sep 08 2009]

The original? http://vids.myspace...ual&VideoID=6488098
Incinerate me Elmo? [normzone, Sep 08 2009]

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       Oh, thanks.
DrWorm, Sep 07 2009
  

       Oh my god. Oh my god. Oh my god. +
blissmiss, Sep 08 2009
  

       I'd like to see one of those "Chambers of Horrors" glass specimen jars. Through the haze of a green-tinged, slightly misty liquid, one can just make out the features of a horribly distorted, almost bald muppet, preserved for scientific posterity.
zen_tom, Sep 08 2009
  

       Ha, and next to them, folded up in a *huge* demijohn, all that can be made out is the bright yellow feathers, and striped legs of what might be described only as some kind of Large Avian creature...
zen_tom, Sep 08 2009
  

       next: "Trickle me Elmo" , "Hammer a Sickle me Elmo" and lastly "Fickle be Elmo. You fill in the blanks.
WcW, Sep 08 2009
  

       I thought this would be a pickling device in the guise of Elmo. Putting the little rat in a tightly closed jar sounds nice, though.
daseva, Sep 08 2009
  

       Ha! Great link, jutta.
blissmiss, Sep 08 2009
  

       Normzone, that link is amazing. Amazing! I recently decided to put a bunch of fictional character's signatures up on a big petition list for their existence, for no reason though I think tequila was involved. Anyways, Elmo's name was up there for about five seconds before his condescension and archetypal evilities began eating at the pieces of my brain that still exist. Before I knew it, the petition piece evolved into shreds of nothing and gobs of broken red marker lay all over the heap as if somehow, somewhere, lay an Elmo sufficiently off the existence list drowning in his own furry red blood. Free at last, free at last...   

       I could have just as easily set the whole thing on fire, but I'm trying to curb my pyromania these days.
daseva, Sep 08 2009
  

       This idea makes me angry for a wide variety of reasons   

       Elmo is so nice & soft and lovey and he already has an apparently always intoxicated creepy pedophile sidekick Mr. Noodles   

       What about Mr. Noodles!!!
vfrackis, Sep 09 2009
  

       You get angry easily, I take it [vfrackis], or intoxicated, too.
blissmiss, Sep 09 2009
  
      
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