Sunday, October 2, 2016

I Hate That


I am 56 years old and I have never liked Pepsi.
There are a lot of places that only have Pepsi and Pepsi products on their menus and I try to avoid them.
Fuck that shit.
Coke, it's the real thing.

10 comments:

  1. I don't drink soft drinks very often, but by golly it's going to be a coke. Unless I'm local, then it could be a Moxie. (Yes, that's a real thing.)

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    1. I've had a Moxie before but it was a loooooong time ago.

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  2. STEWARDS!

    Wildflower

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  3. Use to spend my summers in Mexico when I taught. First time down I asked for coke and got a blank stare. Later learned to say coke cola---that they understood.

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    1. You can find Coca Cola made with real cane sugar and in glass bottles around here in the little Mexican stores as that is where it is still made, in Mexico!

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    2. You can also find it in your local COSTCO.

      Bob

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    3. One day around here a truck carrying Mexican Coca-Cola wrecked sending it's cargo scattered all around not all of the bottles busted and my bro-inlaw was the cop who worked the wreck. I was neck deep in coke for the next week. Good times.

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  4. RC Cola till the day I Die!! Please and thank you.

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    1. YEP - hard to beat an RC and a Moon Pie - although it is tough to find. I'm still sad that one of the local pizza joints that had RC on tap closed, and that was over a year ago :-(

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