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Published May 13, 2024

Start thinking of meme's now, because McDonald's Grimace Shake is coming to Canada

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Grimace shake via McDonalds release

At long last, the Grimace shake is coming to Canada.

Last year, the delicious-looking blueberry-flavoured drink was all the rage at restaurants across the U.S.

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Even more popular than the sweet concontion was the memes that came with it.

People started creating scary videos of them drinking the bright liquid, ending with fatal results.

People turned into vampires and demons, learned to climb walls, or were found floating in a creek.

The videos ranged from hilarious to scary to absurd, but they were a ton of fun to watch.

Let's hope we Canadians get nearly as creative.

Grimace will visit our McDonald's on May 14 for a limited time.

Challenge accepted.

Here are some examples.

Feature Image from McDonald's Canada

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