on 06.09.2008 (server time)Attention all Slurpee/Hulk Fanatics!
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If you are anything like me then every time you sit down to enjoy a Slurpee you thing, "the one thing this could use is a Hulk product tie in" and when you read Hulk comics you think" If a frozen treat themed super villain turned the Hulk into a Slurpee what would he taste like?" All of our prayers have been answered in the form of the new Radiation Rush flavored Hulk flavored Slurpee! And just when you thought things could not get any better the super delicious new drink will come in cool limited-tome only cups! I have not been this excited since the Star Wars Pogs Sluprees of my childhood! In these tough times its nice to know that the good folks at 7-Eleven are still turning out creative themed drinks based on all the best summer blockbusters. Radiation Rush Slurpee Drinks New Slurpee flavors are at the heart of 7-Eleven promotions, and 2008 is stacking up to be the biggest Slurpee summer ever. The featured flavor for June is Radiation Rush, a bright green-colored frozen drink flavored like a tropical fruit smoothie made with strawberries, pineapple, lime and a twist of guarana. No Slurpee promotion is complete without cool cups, and this one is no different. Three 3-D, 22-ounce size cups featuring morphing images of THE INCREDIBLE HULK characters %u2013 the Hulk and his oversized foe, The Abomination -- can be coupled with straws featuring removable figurines of the same, which can stand on their own. Since 7-Eleven introduced special straws with magnetic characters as part of %u201CThe Simpsons%u201D movie last summer, collectible straws have become popular with its younger customers.
A mock-up of what fans expect the tasty beverage to look like made by noted Sluprie enthusiast Brayne_Fr33z3_fo_lyf3 This is gunna be the best Slurpie Summer ever!
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