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Milkshake Inspired by The Ring

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We don't know about you but the first thing we thought of after watching the legendary Japanese movie The Ring was "hmmm, I wish I could get a tasty milkshake resembling the central character".

Well, someone must have been reading our minds, as Japanese burger chain Lotteria have created this very product. The lemonade-flavoured milkshake will be available for a limited time from July 27, and its blue appearance, together with the chocolate 'hair' is designed to depict Sadako, the ghost who emerges from the TV in the classic horror film.

Just like the movie, this will probably leave you really milk-shaken up.

(Images: Lotteria)

[via Foodbeast]

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