Have you ever tried TANG?

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Have you ever tried TANG?

Postby Dr. Shoe » Fri Jun 27, 2008 1:04 am

I was watching an episode from season two and they were fighting over "TANG residue." I can't remember if I've ever tried it, maybe I did as a kid I don't know. They still sell it at the store. What about you guys? I may get some just to try it.

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Re: Have you ever tried TANG?

Postby Shoe Dick » Sat Jun 28, 2008 4:38 pm

Unfortunately that stuff is not sold in Sweden. If it was, I'd check it out right away, no doubt. Go for it!
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Re: Have you ever tried TANG?

Postby ARMAN » Sat Jun 28, 2008 5:42 pm

i think i had it a long time ago, its just a sweet tasted powder that you mix with water, i was not a fan of MWC at the time thou... gotta get me a jar of it :P ...and eat it with bread as Bundy's :D

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Re: Have you ever tried TANG?

Postby Lazarus » Sat Jul 12, 2008 10:12 am

Actually, i really suprised when i saw TANG on MWC. It is very popular in Turkey, and still you can buy from any stores. even from the local market at the country side. it is just a powder that you mix with water and make yourself a cold drink. i like it though. taste is really good. but i've never tried to eat directly as Bundy family did. :D.

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Re: Have you ever tried TANG?

Postby Dr. Shoe » Sat Jul 12, 2008 4:55 pm

Its popular? I always thought of it as the poor man's orange juice or maybe for people who are allergic to OJ.

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Re: Have you ever tried TANG?

Postby Lazarus » Sun Jul 13, 2008 11:41 am

Dr. Shoe wrote:Its popular? I always thought of it as the poor man's orange juice or maybe for people who are allergic to OJ.


:D. i don't know. it's really popular. it's like drinking water as orange juice with a reasonable price. like instant coffee. or not. mostly children like it. i'd prefer orange juice to tang but sometimes you want to drink something instead of cold water with some aroma.

whatever no need to any philosophical explanations.:D. And also, i started to like it more after i saw on mwc. in my case only this is enough to make it popular.

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Re: Have you ever tried TANG?

Postby rdo3 » Mon Jul 14, 2008 4:58 am

axel if they have tangerine kool aid it about the same thing. when tang first came out it had vitamines koolaid didn't. tang is to koolaid what ovaltine is to nestlies quick.

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Re: Have you ever tried TANG?

Postby ARMAN » Tue Jul 15, 2008 11:37 pm

I couldnt resist today :mrgreen: btw if you cant buy it in your country its cause its probably FORBIDDEN LOL :) its full of "E"'s and tasty chemical ingrediences and ofcourse full of Vit C, Vit A and Iron to make it up for damage you received by the chemicals and "E"'s :lol: I gotta try it with bread hehe...

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Re: Have you ever tried TANG?

Postby rdo3 » Wed Jul 16, 2008 5:18 am

dont you remember the laborday special asjes to ashes? al bundy wants his ketchup in the glass bottles just like the pilgrims had, none of that plastic stuff. and he would accept no less from his tang. :wink:

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Re: Have you ever tried TANG?

Postby ARMAN » Wed Jul 16, 2008 7:33 pm

rdo3 wrote:dont you remember the laborday special asjes to ashes? al bundy wants his ketchup in the glass bottles just like the pilgrims had, none of that plastic stuff. and he would accept no less from his tang. :wink:

I was hoping to get it in a galss jar unfortunally this is the max package of tang you can get... and to tell the truth i will have problems to dring this :mrgreen:

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Re: Have you ever tried TANG?

Postby Panek » Thu Jul 17, 2008 12:45 am

ARMAN wrote:I couldnt resist today :mrgreen: btw if you cant buy it in your country its cause its probably FORBIDDEN LOL :) its full of "E"'s and tasty chemical ingrediences and ofcourse full of Vit C, Vit A and Iron to make it up for damage you received by the chemicals and "E"'s :lol:


What ISN'T with E's these days?

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Re: Have you ever tried TANG?

Postby Dr. Shoe » Thu Jul 24, 2008 1:48 am

Panek wrote:
ARMAN wrote:I couldnt resist today :mrgreen: btw if you cant buy it in your country its cause its probably FORBIDDEN LOL :) its full of "E"'s and tasty chemical ingrediences and ofcourse full of Vit C, Vit A and Iron to make it up for damage you received by the chemicals and "E"'s :lol:


What ISN'T with E's these days?


This conversation reminds me of something Al said about Weenie-Tots, "They symbolize America's superiority in chemically processed foods." Or it was something like that.

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Re: Have you ever tried TANG?

Postby Dr. Shoe » Sun Aug 10, 2008 2:46 pm

A friend of mine went to a trendy resteraunt/bar here in Kansas City last weekend and they a had a cocktail called a "Tang-tini."

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Re: Have you ever tried TANG?

Postby rdo3 » Mon Aug 11, 2008 10:24 am

Dr. Shoe wrote:A friend of mine went to a trendy resteraunt/bar here in Kansas City last weekend and they a had a cocktail called a "Tang-tini."
a screwdriver without vodka or oj? why bother. tehn again trendy does mean young, maybe it's a nostalgia drink that reminds them of koolade and still gets you drunk. a generic of the generic jungle juice. but hope isn't lost. even the younguns here know peg is hot.

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Re: Have you ever tried TANG?

Postby No Ma'am President » Thu Oct 02, 2008 4:35 am

Yeah, I've tried it. Its not bad, its not great, but if its good enough for Al then it just right for me too. :)


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