Hearty laugh

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Last seen on: –NY Times Crossword 21 Sep 21, Tuesday
Newsday.com Crossword – Sep 12 2021
LA Times Crossword 15 Aug 21, Sunday
USA Today Crossword – Jul 24 2019

Random information on the term “YUK”:

Mr. Yuk is a trademarked graphic image, created by UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, and widely employed in the United States in labeling of substances that are poisonous if ingested.

To help children learn to avoid ingesting poisons, Mr. Yuk was conceived by Richard Moriarty, a pediatrician and clinical professor of pediatrics at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine who founded the Pittsburgh Poison Center and the National Poison Center Network. Moriarty felt that the traditional skull and crossbones representing poison was no longer appropriate for children; Congressman Bill Coyne later said that by the 1970s the symbol was “associated with swashbuckling pirates and buccaneers rather than with harmful substances.” The Jolly Roger flag was used on breakfast cereals and chewing gum, and it was the insignia for Moriarty’s local major league baseball team, the Pittsburgh Pirates.

The design and color were chosen when Moriarty used focus groups of young children to determine which combination was the most unappealing. Possible expressions were “mad” (crossed eyes and intense expression), “dead” (a sunken mouth and Xs for eyes), and “sick” (a sour expression with the tongue sticking out). Children were asked to rank the faces according to which they liked the best, along with the skull and crossbones, and the “sick” face was least popular. The shade of fluorescent green that was chosen was christened “Yucky!” by a young child and gave the design its name.

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