What Do Snozberries Taste Like?

Since the “90’s Show Theories” has been getting so much attention, I decided to follow-up and bring you nerds some more show and movie related weirdness. While the first rugrats and fresh prince theories revolved around dark and creepy theories, this will focus on weird stories that might leave you looking like (O_o).

Rocko’s Modern Life

You remember Rocko. Rocko is a wallaby who has immigrated to America from Australia. Also in the show Rocko’s best friend, Heffer, a steer who has been raised by wolves, Filbert, an easily upset turtle, and Ed Bighead who detests Rocko and hates having him for a next door neighbor.

The Chokey Chicken From Rocko's Modern Life
Now this show has a ton of perverted hidden messages that not most kids at the time caught on to. Looking back, how could our parents not notice these things? One of the most obvious pun’s in the show is the restaurant in rocko’s modern life,The Chokey Chicken. Now  in today’s world  this would be the equivalent to “fapping chicken”. On one episode Rocko looses his job at the comic-o-matic and becomes a phone sex operator. In the episode he is seen on the phone saying “Oh Baby, Oh Baby, Oh Baby” I found it kind of funny.

The Snozberries Taste Like Snozberries

Now who remember’s Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory? Charlie wins a ticket to the candy factory where Willy Wonka has “little people” working to create candy. In a clip of the movie Willie Wonka has the crowd of kids lick the wall paper. “The strawberries taste like strawberries, the snozberries take like snozberries”. Who ever wonder what a snozberry tasted like?Well  Roald Dahl, the book’s author, knew exactly what snozberries tasted like. Penis, they tasted like penis.

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory was written by Dahl in 1964, 15 years later in 79 he wrote “My Uncle Oswald“. In My Uncle Oswald 

The term “snozzberry” comes up when Yasmin Howcomely recounts her experience with George Bernard Shaw:

“How did you manage to roll the old rubbery thing on him?”

“There’s only one way when they get violent,” Yasmin said. “I grabbed hold of his snozzberry and hung onto it like grim death and gave it a twist or two to make him hold still.”


“Very effective.”

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