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Sacrilicious

  Quix

Is it sacrilicious for me to dress up as Jesus for Halloween? I've been growing a beard for 2 months now, and I don't want the heckling and snickers to all be for nothing!



Responses:


  Lisa Simpson

I should point out that 'sacrilicious' isn't actually a word.


Homer Simpson  

Sure it is. It means 'sacrilegious' and 'delicious.'


  Lisa Simpson

It's still not a real word. Any anyway, this question has nothing to do with being 'delicious'.


Homer Simpson  

But the question is about Quik. NestlÚs Quik is delicious.


  Homer Simpson

But those damn kids never let the rabbit have any!


Lisa Simpson  

Dad, you're confusing the NestlÚ Quik Bunny and the Trix Rabbit. The Quik Bunny's crazy schemes to get free chocolate milk always seem to actually work.

Which is interesting. Perhaps it's because he shares his product with the kids, while the Trix Rabbit is only looking out for himself.


Homer Simpson  

Uh...



...line?


  The Writers

Sorry, that Quik/Trix thing was as far as we got. I mean, it's a pretty interesting point, isn't it? Two rabbits, breakfast food mastcots, one always wins and the other never does. I figured we could go somewhere with it, but we're stumped.


The Writers  

Ooh, wait, I've got a joke. So there's this rabbi, and he, uh...goes to this place, and there's a giant, or something. And there's these things there that are called Trids. And the giant kicks the Trids down the hill...and...uh, well, it ends up with the line "Silly Rabbi, kicks are for Trids."


  The Writers

I don't get it.


  Homer Simpson

That's it! This whole thing sucks! I'll be in my trailer.


Homer Simpson  

Enjoying delicious NestlÚs Quik and General Mills Trix cereal.

Mmmm... chocolately milky fruity crunchy things.


  Marketing Wonks

Mmmm... product placement.


The Writers  

See, it's "rabbi" instead of "rabbit"...




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