Scooby Snack


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Scooby Snack

A derogatory slang term for a small bonus or other token reward. For example, if an employee receives a $25 bottle of wine in lieu of the usual Christmas bonus, he may be said to have been given a Scooby snack. The term comes from the name of the treats given to Scooby-Doo, the cartoon dog.
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Gate-crashing the euphoric Britpop party they brought along some unexpectedly unique swag and the generational classic album Come Find Yourself, which gave us the cackling refrain "stick 'em up punk, it's the Fun Lovin' Criminal" and the Pulp Fiction-sampling Scooby Snacks.
For an hour and a half the Fun Lovin' Burgess Mick Criminals grooved and swaggered through their greatest hits with Scooby Snacks sounding so effortless and Fun Lovin' Criminals, the song, with such a swing, was irresistible.
Special mention must go to Danny Stokes as Shaggy - who has the best 'Shaggy' voice - as he and his hapless sidekick Scooby (Eddie Arnold) have plenty of cause to leap into each other's arms as the gang deal with mummies, baddies and a terrifying lack of pizza and Scooby snacks.
A Warner Bros spokesman confirmed they had -contacted Mr McNeill to protect their "valuable intellectual property rights" of Scooby Doo and Scooby Snacks.
Drifting from their trademark hip-hop funk to rock to their own version of blues, even flirting with Latin style merengue, the crowd lap it up with noise levels lifting for famous chart hits such as Scooby Snacks and King of New York.
The alternative hip hop-rock, band, fronted by Huey Morgan, is probably best known for Scooby Snacks, which samples Quentin Tarantino films.
In fact, there are many similarities - collecting Scooby snacks is done in the same way as the Lego studs.
The band's debut album, Come Find Yourself, was a massive success on both sides of the Atlantic, and included smash hit singles such as The Fun Lovin' Criminal, King Of New York and the UK number one, Scooby Snacks, which sampled lines from Quentin Tarantino movies Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs.
Pretty soon, we'll all be living off Scooby Snacks and clocking on for night shifts at the haunted mine.
Rather more likely to raise eyebrows is the fact there's no Scooby Snacks this time ('we tried to get them into a couple of scenes but it just felt forced,' says Gosnall) although having listened to the fans, there is a lot more of the Mystery Machine.
t's great for fans who might have heard Scooby Snacks or bought Loco, but may not have got hold of the four previous albums.