Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Slime For All Occasions

Happy Slime Day To You!
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Remember the slime you got when you were a kid? That thick, gooey, sticky green stuff that looked like snot? Well, I think they should market it for all occasions. Birthday Slime, New Year's Slime, Christmas Slime. Slime will become the International Gesture of Friendship!
gb2000, Jun 05 2002

Slime's latest incarnation http://www.epinions...content_62274375300
As thick and green as ever, but a rip-off at $20. [DrCurry, Jun 08 2002]

Consumerist: Hazbro's Oozinator http://www.consumer...revealed-172380.php
Four years have passed. [jutta, May 29 2006, last modified May 30 2006]


       from the sublime to the gor-blimey
po, Jun 05 2002

       Because nothing says "I love you" like gunge rubbed in your hair and carpet. I like.
pottedstu, Jun 05 2002

       Would 'gb2000' mean 'goober 2000' perhaps?
RayfordSteele, Jun 08 2002

       I can see this causing havoc on tartan day. April 6th, New york, be there, be there, be there! St Patricks Day, Without The IRA.
[ sctld ], Jun 08 2002

       They already do, kinda. Slime is trotted back into the toy stores every four or five years, with a different name each time.
DrCurry, Jun 08 2002


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