The only Zima I wanna taste is Madeline.
Ba dum tish.
The sitcom reference I go back to is Married With Children, when they're hunting a bear, and they find a bunch of empty bottles in a clearing, and Al says, "It's been here."
"How do you know?"
"Because only a bear could drink this much Zima."
Now that you've drank it, I imagine you turning your home into one of those rave parties that plays radio-friendly house music!
And pouring it on salmon.
Zombie Bro looking for Bro Brains to eat...... starves to 'death'
My mom used to drink that crap every so often back in the 90s. I remember taking a sip of it when she wasn't looking, because I was like 7 or 8 at the time, and just thinking how awful that stuff tasted.
That's the same face I made after watching The Green Inferno.
I like where this is going!
It's pronounced Zima, not Zima, and a true connoisseur knows that each vintage gets better with age. The yellow tint in this case indicates that the yeast has produced sufficient amounts or uric acid to give hints of that "bano de la discoteca" flavor and aroma.
$50 on eBay?
Wouldn't it be cheaper to find someone in Japan to ship some fresh Zima?
Honestly just wondering.
If my memory serves, in previous vids he's talked about how Japan has some difficult regulations when it comes to shipping food/drinks out of the country. I know there's been some flavors he's wanted to snare for awhile.... [cucumber Pepsi?]
I think those laws he was referring to are for old/out date food and drink.
I wonder if a Japanese supermarket in a UC city like Seattle or San Francisco might carry it?
2008? I'm literally amazed Zima lasted that long.
Geez, Brad, sure the last few movies you reviewed are awful but this is no way to kill yourself.
Whether strange, gimmicky, foreign, or decades old... Brad tries it!