After eating a mint, you can’t drink water for half an hour because the taste is so strong… You can’t drink orange juice for a week.
A mint-julip is pretty disgusting. I refuse to consume anything with torn damp vegetation at the bottom… same reason I don’t eat at the salad bar of my local pizza hut.
Mint tea can actually soothe an ulcer, undoing the many years I’ve spent developing my ulcer.
Thin Mints are a cookie sold by girl scouts, which, if put in the freezer, usually pound on the door and scream until I let them out.
The “double-mint” in Doublemint Gum has nothing to do with the ingredients. It is actually a reference to the fact that chewing too much of it alters your DNA and causes you to give birth to creepy identical twins.
Breath mints were created under the assumption that we preferred the smell of mint to our own human breaths, the smell of which has been unfavorably compared with a trash can at a fish market.
Not many know this, but mint can be weaponized. Weaponized mint is usually just called Altoids.
Mint Jelly is often used as a garnish for lamp chops. Why? To keep your breath minty fresh while you deal with the fact that you just ate the cutest animal at the petting zoo…
The first Junior Mint you have, you probably mistook it for a delicious M&M and then found it soft and squishy and a little creepy like when you accidentally got a fried oyster in your shrimp and had to spit it into the napkin of the man in the table next to yours.
Mint leaves can be smoked like tobacco or marijuana; however, any hallucinations you have while smoking mint leaves you were probably going to have anyway…