Aussie Comes Up With Ingenuous Hack To Make Alcoholic Zooper Doopers
An Australian TikTok user has discovered how you can make alcoholic Zooper Dooper treats.
While we've all tried to freeze alcoholic spirits in the past to no avail, @cheernomi has found out a simple way to do it with one of Australia's favourite ice blocks.
Naomi Hansen cut the top off an unfrozen Zooper Dooper, poured in a healthy shot of what looks to be vodka and then resealed the top with a hair straightener.
While some have doubted her method, saying that the ratio of alcohol and syrup would be too similar and wouldn't freeze, others came to Naomi's defence.
One person said: "Just make sure the kids don't get to them."
Another added: "Cointreau would be so good for this I can't believe I never thought of that."
The TikTok user confirmed that it took a few days but the alcoholic Zooper Dooper did indeed freeze. This will no doubt become every single Australian's favourite party trick at the next gathering.
But if you're less inclined to get boozed off the sweet treat, then you might also be delighted to know that you can get Zooper Doopers from vending machines in Australia.
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Twitter user Naseem was walking through the Castle Hill Metro Station in Sydney yesterday when she witnessed one of the best inventions ever.
Why hasn't this been a thing for years?
Nestled next to a stock-standard vending machine, this Zooper Dooper one appears to be selling an array of all the classic flavours.
Not only is it amazing because each one is just $1, but the machine has a goddamn payWave machine, meaning you can just Tap n Go that bad boy and walk away with a bunch of Doopers in your hand.
Zooper Doopers have been around in Australia since the early 1970s and until now they've mainly been available at supermarkets.
The standard packs have eight flavours, including raspberry, fairy floss, cola, blackcurrant, mandarin, pineapple, lime and bubblegum.
But you haven't experienced a Dooper before if you haven't had your delicate mouth ripped apart by the tube's plastic. It's totally natural to dive mouth-first into a Dooper, however if you catch it at the wrong angle, then the sides of your lips will get sliced up.
Anyway, if you're walking around Castle Hill Metro Station in Sydney, give this machine a whirl.
Featured Image Credit: @cheernomi/Naomi Hansen/TikTok
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