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The "Hoffsicle": Licking David Hasselhoff Now a Reality -- For Some

You know you've arrived when your image is made into icy awesomeness.

David Hasselhoff, a.k.a. Michael Knight (Night Rider), Mitch Buchannon (Baywatch), and simply "The Hoff," has been turned into -- wait for it -- the "Hoffsicle."

The "Hoffsicle," a raspberry iced smoothie made in the Hoff's likeness and complete with jacket, flawless physique, and perfect hair, was created by Del Monte, the Sun reports.

The 58-year old and one-time third favorite judge of America's Got Talent is reported as saying, "The new Hoffsicle rocks. Like me, it might take a licking but it keeps on ticking."

(Ugh.)

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Unfortunately, you'll have to be in the U.K. if you want your very own Hoffsicle. Until then, watch this Hoff-a-rific video after the jump of Hasselhoff hawking his icy likeness and then trying to get British chicks to "lick his lolly" (Brit for popsicle.)

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