The character has appeared on television and print advertising as a fun-loving, gigantic and anthropomorphic Tropical Punch Kool-Aid in a pitcher and marked with a smiley face on the glass pitcher. He is typically featured answering the call of children by smashing through walls and furnishings and then holding a pitcher filled with Kool-Aid drink while yelling his catchphrase , "Oh yeah! The precursor to Kool-Aid Man, "the Pitcher Man", was created on July 10, by Marvin Potts, an art director for a New York advertising agency hired by General Foods to create an image that would accompany the slogan "A 5-cent package makes two quarts. It was one of several designs Potts created, but the only one that stuck, and General Foods began to use the Pitcher Man in all of its advertisements.
Andy Reid is the Kool-Aid Man. We're done here.
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Ever since he got away from Philadelphia, Andy Reid's just a big kid having fun out there. With the Chiefs at , who can blame him? Everyone agreed that Reid looked exactly like the Kool-Aid Man, which means it was only a matter of time until the GIF genius that is LSU Freek got loose with a recreation of Reid's moment featuring a brick wall and cartoon dialogue box. He previously wrote for FanHouse along with myriad other Internet sites. A North Carolina native who lives
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