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Go on. Have one. Nah, it’s all right. Dunno what’s in ’em. It’s only gonna be some Polish chemicals.
I’ve seen some designs for this on internets already, but I thought I’d give it a go anyway. To me, it’s pretty obvious where the name comes from. Maybe if you swap ‘blue’ for ‘red’ and ‘rat’ for a large male bovine animal, you get where I’m coming from. They say it gives you wings but I had one once and nearly had a heart attack. It was shaped like a bullet for some reason, so the clues were there. Never again.
In the show, Vince (Sean Lock RIP) has one too many Blue Rats (all the energy of a rat, trapped in a can) and begins to lose his mind. I think the implication being that they’re packed full of amphetamines. Ask yourself if you’d trust a commercially available drink – energy or otherwise – that didn’t have a ring pull but instead had to be punctured like those old school 1960s ones.
This one is also the episode where Errol gets a job at Billingsgate and constantly stinks of fish and the bloke in the opposite block owns a psychopathic pony.
Another British sitcom with a mere two series. I usually want more and this is no exception.
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