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Monday, February 18, 2008

The Big, Big 'I Drink Your Milkshake!' Post

Posted By on Mon, Feb 18, 2008 at 9:24 AM

If you haven't already seen the mesmerizing flick "There Will Be Blood," then you probably have no idea why the hell everyone's suddenly running around growling the now ubiquitous tag line "I Drink Your Milkshake! *Sluuuurp* I Drink It Up!" But please allow me to spoil it for you. Here, first, is the original line from the movie (42 seconds in), to be followed after the jump with several priceless, bastardized homages ...

That YouTube guy who reenacts scenes from all your favorite movies, Brandon Hardesty, slaps on a Mr. Potato Head moustache for Jimmy Kimmel Live:

And you knew it was coming: the Milkshake mashup with Kelis's "Milkshake" (via Slashfilm), which should probably prompt a semi-serious discussion of the milkshake in modern American culture, but damned if I'm going to be the one to do it.

To quench your nerdiest cultural/linguistic sweet tooth there is, however, an "I drink your milkshake" guide to proper usage, compliments of NY Mag. And, of course, to satisfy your genuine craving, the folks over at Taylor's Automatic Refresher and Burger Joint are both known to whip a milkshake good enough, to, you know, bring all the boys to the yard.

-- Brian Bernbaum

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