Months after the beloved caffeine-blasted booze got banned from New York’s bodegas, Phusion Projects is hoping Four Loko can still sell without the kick.
La Vida Loko
Four Loko already seems like a relic from the long-gone 2010. Yes, some bodegas dipped into their backroom hordes on New Year’s Eve and sold marked-up cans despite the statewide ban, but for all intents and purposes the drink is gone from our lives, no longer terrorizing the youth, forcefully and swiftly Read More
The New Yorker cartoon is an institution of humor. As a form, it’s done more to infuse wit in scrawled doodles than perhaps any other, um, doodles. It’s mastered the “person saying something incongruous to what they’re doing” joke setup. The New Yorker was founded as a sort of humor publication, and these cartoons are often the Read More
Did you spent the last few weeks in such debilitating Four Loko withdrawal that you forgot to clean out your local bodega of every jumbo-sized can of the stuff? Or have you gone on an extended Loko bender that’s drained your entire stash within days? Have no fear. Enterprising people are selling the dearly missed Read More
The geniuses at Next Media Animation have done it again. After the FDA mounted a national attack on the caffeine in Four Loko, the Taiwanese animated news specialists have turned their gaze toward the Skittles-flavored “blackout in a can.” The saga opens with Loko’d-up teens stumbling around a party, throwing trash cans Read More