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GOUIE - The 4th Duck and A New Drink

by Gabriela and Louie (hence Gouie)

One day Gabriela and I (in a drunken state) invented and new drink, by mixing ****** and ******, so we decide to market it. This was our campaign, but it was rejected under the Alcohol and Gaming Commision of Ontario: Liquor Advertising Guidelines Under Section 4(ii) - So now we are making it public. Ha!


GOUIE
- Dare to Be Different

For the first time in the Donald Duck newspaper Sunday page October 17, 1937, written by Ted Osborne and drawn by Al Taliaferro. In their premiere Sunday page Donald gets a letter from his cousin Della, with the following text: "Dear Donald: I am sending your angel nephews Louie, Huey, Dewey and Gouie to stay with you while their father is in the hospital. A giant firecracker exploded under his chair. The little darlings are so playful. I hope you enjoy them. Your cousin, Della"


Donald was a great uncle, and Louie, Huey, Dewey loved him so, but Gouie, he was always a little different, he always had one thing on his mind. Now Donald was very tolerant towards his nephew who were always causing mischief, however, he was very against alcohol. Everything was going great until one day...



So What’s in the Flask??
Well, rumor has it that inside that bottle is the best alcohol-based beverage ever created! Since Gouie was kicked out of Donald’s family, the lonely duck was picked up off the streets and adopted by an unknown couple. Today they are the only two who hold the secret recipe.

Who is Gouie? The long lost 4th Nephew of Donald What is Gouie? The Drink he invented years ago. How do you make a Gouie? The secret lies with the two who kindly took in the stranded, abandoned little duck and his flask.

Investigative Reports Will Continue to Search For Answers and find these two... (To be Continued)


We will be back with more inventions... they can't stop intoxicated ingenuity.

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