Nestle Nesquik Chocolate Milkshake

Nesquik Milkshake

My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard,
And they’re like, “It’s better than yours.”
Damn right it’s better than yours,
I can teach you…

Okay, I think this review is off to a bad start. Let’s try again…

Milkshakes make my mouth modulate mindlessly monthly.

Okay, the alliteration idea is lame. Let me try again…


Okay, this isn’t working out very well. Oh screw it!

Nestle Nesquik Chocolate Milkshake. It’s not a chocolate milkshake, it’s chocolate milk that supposed to taste like a chocolate milkshake. It’s not bad, but doesn’t really taste like a chocolate milkshake. A milkshake is waaaay better. I can make a better milkshake. Damn right it’s better than theirs. Contains calcium and vitamins A & D. Don’t forget to shake well. I can finally recycle that damn Nesquik Chocolate Milkshake bottle.

Now that the review is out of the way, it’s time to announce this month’s prize drawing.

Hmm…What shall I give away this month?

I could give away Gmail accounts, but who DOESN’T have a Gmail account by now. Google passes out invitations like they were Ecstasy at a rave.

Wait, I got it.

This month, the Impulsive Buy will be giving away three (3) boxes of Jello Oreo Instant Pudding, which we reviewed last month. There will be three winners, who will each receive one (1) box.

If you haven’t read the review, I basically say Jello Oreo Instant Pudding is perfect for licking off of most body parts.

To enter the drawing, just leave a comment for THIS review. Also, so that we don’t seem like comment whores, you can also enter by sending us an email with the phrase “Jello Oreo” in the subject field.

If you leave a comment, don’t forget to fill out the email field, because we will be emailing winners for their mailing addresses. Don’t worry about the shipping, we will take care of that.

We will start accepting entries for the drawing on December 15, 2004. We will stop accepting entries on December 19, 2004 at 11:59 pm (Hawaii Standard Time). Only one entry allowed per person. The drawing is only open to those in the United States and Canada.

Entries will be stuffed into…Um…Let’s see what containers we have.

Oh! They will be stuffed into the Nesquik Chocolate Milkshake bottle I just picked out from the recycle bin. Winning entries will be drawn from this bottle and will probably smell like…

(Opens bottle and takes a sniff)

Oooh, that’s nasty. It will probably smell like spoiled Nesquik Chocolate Milkshake.

For those of you who’ve never won anything before, here’s your chance to finally to win. There’s no need for performance enhancing drugs.

Fine Print: We promise your email address will not be used to send you spam about some drug that you don’t know how to pronounce the name of. We also promise your mailing address will not be used to send you offers for free issues of Business Week and Sports Illustrated. Bribes will not be accepted. We will not be responsible for lost mail.

Item: Nestle Nesquik Chocolate Milkshake
Purchase Price: $1.99 (on sale)
Rating: 3 out of 5
Pros: Kind of good. Calcium. Vitamins A & D. I can finally get rid of the empty Nesquik Chocolate Milkshake bottle that’s been sitting on my desk for weeks (Okay, not until the drawing is over).
Cons: Doesn’t really taste like a chocolate milkshake.

36 thoughts to “Nestle Nesquik Chocolate Milkshake”

  1. Yeah, I don’t know about a bottled milkshake…..maybe if you put it in the freezer for an hour or so it gets getter?

    But pudding? There’s always room for pudding 😉

  2. Hey Marvo! Ecstasy?? Rave??Count me in! And you’ll notice that I left my gmail email addy…do you want one? I can hook you up!!! LOL

  3. I just want to say that Nesquick was once a great chocolate drink, when it was Nestle Quick Chocolate Milk.

    Sadly, they changed the name to NesQuick. About that time it got to be a little chalky tasting and I’m convinced they started using less real sugar and more corn syrup. Syrup of course, is cheaper than sugar, but leaves things tasting like crap.

  4. Can I have pudding for my birthday? *LOL* My son loves all of this nestle quick stuff. I’m sure that will be the next thing he asks for. He LOVES the strawberry milk. and here, 1.79 for a bottle of strawberry milk is just enough to drive me batty. I could buy a gallon and a bottle of strawberry syrup and make my own, but no, he wants the one with the rabbit on the front. *LOL*

  5. Ayesha 97 – It can be fun…If you win! Or if you go to the store and buy your own.

    Dawn – If it was laced with coke, it would cost a LOT more and I’d be really broke.

    hmw – Well it wasn’t the best tasting beverage, so I don’t think I’ll ever try sticking it in the freezer.

    Aymie’s mom – Nah, I got a whole bunch of invitation, but thanks for the offer.

    Ian – Have you tried the Fat-Free NesQuik? It’s surprisingly good.

    Heather – Eww…Strawberry milk. Blech!

    Catt – Yeah, the Double Chocolate is definitely better than the Milkshake flavor.

    spacemonkey – Elvis? Yeah, right. I’m not falling for that trick again.

  6. Oreos are my life. Pudding is my passion. If I don’t win this contest I will be convinced that I have no reason to live…

    You said no bribes, what about guilt???

  7. All of these comments for pudding… people are sad.

    Anyhoo, the Nesquik “milkshake” tastes just like regular ol’ chocolate milk. A waste of goddamn money.

  8. My friend had a dog named Puddin. I wouldn’t want to eat her dog. However, if her dog is covered in oreos, then I guess he might be tasty.

  9. I wholeheartedly believe pudding is the worlds most perfect food!

    I also totally agree with your assesment of the Nestle “milkshake.” I wonder if the marketing guys at Nestle ever have tasted an actual milkshake?

  10. Really they should stop with the milkshake products.. I’m sure anybody can make a better one. I love the site… the reviews are hilarious!!!! 🙂

  11. Mimi – Yes, it was a waste of my $1.99. Oh wait, I got a review out of it, so maybe not.

    Mel – I think Oreo would go well with cats, but that’s just my opinion.

    Bun-Girl – Pizza is the world’s perfect food and I’ll fight with you to prove it. 🙂

    Mellie Helen – I’m pretty sure.

    Jen – Thanks for the compliment.

  12. But marvo, you can’t eat pizza when you’re sick… but pudding is a wonderful remedy for a sore throat. I’d say pizza is probably #2, but that’s just me…

  13. Bun-Girl – Yeah, you can eat pizza when you’re sick. You won’t taste anything, but you can eat it.

    Karen – Calm down.

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