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Hello there, reader!

Welcome to a series of blog posts that relate to a very small aspect of MML lore - one that you may not even consider worth your time reading about. However, you have my assurance that you will find these enjoyable on a day of boredom where you simply cannot find anything to read, or, on the off-chance that you do actually find this little pocket of lore interesting, you may actually seek out new blog posts related to this topic.

Maybe a friend told you about this, maybe you were randomly surfing the web for the most obscure aspects of Milo Murphy's Law that you could think of, and when you were nearing the bottom of the barrel, you happened upon this. In any case, I'm glad you're here.

As you've likely already noticed, this series of blog posts relates entirely to the history (both canon and of my own imagintion) of the Wyatt Burp Orange Soda Company (I'll just call them "WBOSC" from here on out; it's far easier to write). You remember them, right? I'm sensing a "maybe?", perhaps a "well, it kind of rings a bell", but most likely an outright "no".

Well, let me start from the beginning. You see, in the episode "The Phineas and Ferb Effect" (one of my favorites, by the way; definitely worth watching), Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz (later known as Professor Time) builds a time machine partially so that he can obtain some Wyatt Burp Orange Soda from 1965. Apparently, the soda was discontinued in the 1970s, and hence, the Doc can't seem to find any in the modern day.

Don't worry though, that's enough for me to make a story out of! So essentially, the purpose of these articles is to string together canon information about Wyatt Burp Orange Soda with some of my "imagination string", so that there is an actual story for bizzare people like me (and possibly you, as well) to look back on as a not-entirely-canon-but-still-pretty-cool reference relating to the WBOSC.



Are you ready? Great! Let's go!

-Cfwoodland

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