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  • Representatives from corporations offered pop stars mystery-flavored Stride gum, hair gunk called Splat that supposedly makes your hair glow in the dark, and most confusing of all — considering the recipients are musicians, but we all know that doesn ' t mean much these days — $20 Paper Jamz cardboard guitars that play music.

    Partying With Tween Crowd

  • "[Darren Lynn] Bousman and [Rob] Zombie are both members of an emerging and collegial band of horror auteurs - unofficially known as the Splat Pack - who are given almost free rein and usually less than $10 million by studios or producers to make unapologetically disgusting, brutally violent movies," writes Rebecca Winters Keegan in Time.

    GreenCine Daily: Horrors, 10/23.

  • I would probably invite Lexi Featherton from an episode of Sex and the City entitled Splat – before she went out the window!

    Bill Murray parties like it's 2003 | EW.com

  • This post reminds me of an episode of Sex and the City entitled Splat!

    RIP CBGB: Hey, Ho, Let It Go | EW.com

  • A twin-engine plane distributes a treatment called Splat to confuse male moths and make it difficult for them to reproduce.

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  • The innovation is called Splat and is made by Vdera.

    WebProNews Feed

  • We've pretty much covered the trend for cardboard furniture and playhouses here on Babygadget, but here's an addition that's new to me: the so-called Splat chair.

    Babygadget

  • He hit the ground, the sound was "Splat," his blood went spurting high.

    Blood on the Risers

  • With niche magazines ranging from "Splat" to paint-ballers, to "Modern Drunkard" for drinkers, well, a relationship only magazine was just a matter of time and there will be a quiz.

    CNN Transcript Jan 13, 2005

  • It's a collection of five short horror films, including one by Bill "Splat" Johnson, who is one of my favorite f/x artists.

    Monter House marathon

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