- Trademark, presumably from cool and -ade. (Wiktionary)
“She called Kool-Aid representatives to find out what she could do with all her points.”
“Already Kraft has been touting the value of its lower-priced but high-margin products, such as Kool-Aid powdered beverages.”
“If the adults decided to hand out the special Kool-Aid at this camp, the children would all unquestionably partake.”
“Do the Republicans imbibe their own Kool-Aid, which they are handing out to tea partiers and the soft minded followers of Fox news?”
“I used to think these trolls drank Kool-Aid, now I know we are dealing with pychotic individuals who have serious drug problems.”
“Even the Maine delegation seems to have drunk the Kool-Aid.”
“The complimentary Kool-Aid bar is to the left of the entrance.”
“But there are some signs that in 2011 not everyone is drinking Mahathir's toxic Kool-Aid.”
“Going with that inspiration, my friends Michael and Nancy, who like to buy the cheapest possible wines, once served me a wine that tasted just like Kool-Aid.”
“We've been drinking the same Kool-Aid from the same cooler for quite a while.”
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