Friday, July 6, 2018

Pop Culture Frenzy, Round 69

Welcome once again to Pop Culture Frenzy.  Our question involves a sales savvy Canadian who rented a booth at a Vancouver festival.  Determined to get in on the super food scam, er, trend, he  invented his own power water to offer festival attendees.

What kind of water did he sell to the fancy folk for 38 bucks a pop?

Pomegrante water?

Hostmaster:  incorrect.  That is so yesterday's super food.

Bird bath water?

Hostmaster:  incorrect.

Broccoli sprout water?

Hostmaster:  incorrect.  You guys aren't going to get this without a hint.  Consider other edible things that are offered at fairs.  Then consider how the water that accompanies these items might be marketed as the latest health craze.  Put on your entrepreurial thinking cap.

Beer backwash water.

Hostmaster:  incorrect.  You're thinking like a vulgar hick.  You must think like a marketing genius.

Elephant ear water?

Hostmaster:  incorrect.

Hot dog water?

Hostmaster:  correct.

That's not fair.  You gave hints and
 he got an extra chance.

Hostmaster:  alert the media! Ms. Broccoli Water has discovered that Pop Culture Frenzy isn't fair!

In case you forgot Cyndi, Bryan is on your team.  
Tell you what, if it'll ease your sense of justice, 
feel free to renounce your point for this round.      

Forget it.  Justice schmustice.  

All decisions rendered by the Hostmaster are final
 and not subject to review.   This round is over.

Round 69
Fuffy/Molly   34
Bryan/Cyndi  32

Read about the master salesman here.


  1. I was actually thinking marijuana water.

  2. This is so yucky.
    I look forward to your Friday posts. Sometimes I know about them, this one I didn't.

    cheers, parsnip

  3. Yep. Imagine paying $38 dollars for a swig of hot dog water. Of value only for high yuck factor...