For the packaging that shared the same name in Series 1, click here.
Light-hearted, friendly and positively upbeat...are not the kind of words anyone would use to describe Sparkles. A soda whose fizz ran out long ago, Sparkles walks on the dry side with a hilariously acidic aftertaste. What she lacks in sweetness she more than makes up for in savvy sarcasm and biting retort.
Lighthearted, friendly, and positively upbeat are not the kinds of words anyone would use to describe Sticky Soda.
A soda whose fizz ran out long ago, Sticky Soda (aka Sparkles) walks on the dry side with a hilariously acidic aftertaste. What she lacks in sweetness, she more than makes up for in savvy sarcasm and biting retorts.
May Contain Traces Of: Fish, vomit, and stale water!
Sticky Soda is a slightly crushed and leaking can of soda pop. Her right eye is larger than her left eye, and she has a maniacal, toothy grin, with bubbles foaming from it. She has chips of color off of her can, revealing the silver behind it.
Her design in the webseries gives her eyelashes.
Sticky Soda's collector card is Card 36 in the series. She has a pair of bellbottoms and platform shoes on, along with a cape and belt that says "Elvis" on the buckle, with a flip of hair on her front. She is crumpled down with her contents exploding out of her top. She has the tagline of "All Shook Up!" on the bottom.
Card 57 is a sticker card with the same image.
- She is the first female Grossery in the franchise.
- Sticky Soda is similar to Stinky Soda, a Trashie from Series 1 of the Trash Pack. She is also similar to Soda Pops, a Series 1 Shopkin.
- In the Grossery Gang web series, she is given the name Sparkles. She was originally voiced by Jade Ubrien, being replaced in the second season with Laila Berzins.
- It was revealed in Mount Yuck (Part 3), that when she gets angry, her fizz grows stronger, to the point that she can rocket off thanks to it.
- The Toy Fair poster of her colored her as dark green, a color that none of her figures were released in. This color was used for her prototype cartoon design as well, possibly hinting that this was the color she was meant to be as a figure. This same static art of her is still used in the standee models at Toys R Us to promote the franchise.
- An image from the Canadian Grossery Gang webite portrays her static art red, just like one of her variants.
- Buzzed Energy Drink, a Series 2 Scummy Sodas member, heavily resembles her.
- Her preliminary static art had her eyes crossed in different directions than they are now.
- She is depicted with white teeth in her static art, while her figure depicts her with yellowed teeth.
- In the webseries, she did not debut along with the other Series 1 characters, instead first appearing in Mount Yuck (Part 2).
- In The Grossery Game, she retains her eyelashes for her collectable model.
- A parody of her, along with Shoccoli and Rotting Toothpaste, appears on a 2017 Wacky Packages sticker. Her parody is colored red, similar to one of her variants. She also has arms, similar to the webseries.
- The Series 1 Regular Pack is named after her.
- Both she and Knot Nice Pretzel have collector cards that reference Elvis Presley.
- Without her teeth gritted, she has a pair of pressed-together buck teeth. This is most noticable in the webseries.
Sticky Soda / Leaky Juice / Flat Fizz
Mucus Juice Box / Buzzed Energy Drink / Oozy Orange Juice / Sweaty Sports Drink / Stinky Fink Ice Tea