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And The “Charlie Sheen Mania” Continues…

05 Mar

Charlie Sheen is like a Starbucks for bizarre quotes, because he serves up a fresh dose of crazy EVERY DAY. So crazy that it’s created a whole line of new products, everything from t-shirts, ecards, coffee mugs, stickers, magnets, etc.

And that’s not all….

Charlie Sheen, who smashed the Guinness World Record for soaring past the 1 million follower mark on Twitter in a little over a day, introduced the world to the “Charlie Sheen” Hotdog. After Sheen twitted about this hotdog, business has been booming at the Infield Hot Dog Stand in Sherman Oaks, CA. The hotdog which is packed with onions, relish, tomatoes, mustard, peppers and a pickle and served on a poppy seed bun, including tiger blood … the house name for Sriracha hot sauce.

Geisha A Go Go, a sushi restaurant in Scottsdale, has created what they call the “Winning” Charlie Sheen Roll in reference of the “Two and a Half Men” star. When ordered, the $10 “Winning” Roll will be comprised of whatever ingredients the chef decides to put in it at that time. In this way, customers at the restaurant can get a taste of the randomness of Sheen’s life.

So we got the hotdog and sushi, how about a drink. Don’t hold your breath because….

The Ninth Ward in New York City serves a non-alcoholic drink, the Tiger Blood Mocktail which consists of 4 ounces of Coke with two and a half ounces of Catdaddy Carolina Moonshine. Add ice, cherry and a short straw to garnish.

Are we done yet?

SiriusXM Radio announced Friday that it is rolling out “Tiger Blood Radio,” a 24-hour limited run channel dedicated to Sheen. As a ratings booster, it says it will examine the news, facts and media frenzy surrounding the actor and his hit CBS series, “Two and a Half Men,” which has been cancelled for at least the rest of the season.

And owners of Android phones have the ability to download sound boards of Sheen’s quotes and set them as ring tones. The app is currently free.

Gee Whiz, who else do you think is joining the Charlie Sheen bandwagon?

In the latest in tasteless advertisements from Spirit Airlines, Charlie Sheen and his “winning” lifestyle is made fun of by the airline in their latest “Living the Dream” sale. The sale, in which tiger blood and adonis DNA are not required, boosts $27 one-way tickets.

And could it be only be a matter of time before there is even a real cologne to follow Jimmy Fallon‘s spoof “Winning” cologne on his show “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”? Who knows?

 
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7 responses to “And The “Charlie Sheen Mania” Continues…

  1. DumSpctatr

    03/05/2011 at 8:10 pm

    The media is making him more famous. They have nothing else to talk about.

     
  2. Jo

    03/06/2011 at 6:03 am

    People are strange, aren’t they? Why even pay attention to a lunatic? There are more important things in this world that we need to worry about.

     
  3. Jojo

    03/06/2011 at 11:51 am

    Jimmy Fallon is so funny. He should replace Charlie in Two and a Half Men.

     
  4. Chloe

    03/06/2011 at 11:53 am

    What’s in the perfume? Tiger Blood and Adonis DNA? That will be stinky for sure.

     
  5. Aruray

    03/06/2011 at 11:55 am

    Hotdog, shushi and cocktail? How about desert? A piece of cake with tiger blood syrup of top.

     
  6. Mama Mia

    03/06/2011 at 11:57 am

    Charlie Sheen is definitely winning by getting all these attention. He’s now more popular than he was working.

     
  7. Ken & Barbie

    03/06/2011 at 11:59 am

    Charlie Sheen is our man. Go, Charlie!

     

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