Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Rando, Jun 7, 2001.
Take that Pepsi, you pansey!
Jolt! Jolt! Give me my Jolt damn it! Pepsi + Cocacola = -2! Jolt + 0 = INFINITY! CAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFFFFEEEEEEEEEEEEEEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINE!
somebody give that man a sedative...
I don't need sedatives! Just CAFFEINE!!!!!!!
Every time you drink it, it makes you thirstier, forcing you to drink more, and more, and more. Pepsi on the other hand quenches your thirst.
Coke, because I live in Atlanta, and I will be immediately shot by Coke's "Public Relations" office if I say otherwise.
What about water ?
I like water.
Coke is not taht bad. Pepsi is sweeter and gives taht sensation iny our mouth.
Anyways if they can afford to pay Britney Spears to do their commercial then they must makemore money then Coke. I would think.
My 8 year old nephew likes coke. He won't drink pepsi unless thats the only drink available.
but in the end Pepsi is better.......Right guys?
I knew you'd agree
But it looks like I'm not the only one...
Who knows how much Pepsi is paying Britney? And I'm sure Coke is paying their own spokespeople plenty.
The good thing about Pepsi is that they have Mountain Dew
Right on Spidey
And now they have Code Red Mountain Dew ( with a splash of cherry ) hooorrrraayyy
Here are some interesting facts about coke:
1. In many states (in the USA) the highway patrol
carries two gallons of Coke in the truck to remove
blood from the highway after a car accident.
2. You can put a T-bone steak in a bowl of coke
and it will be gone in two days.
3. To clean a toilet: Pour a can of Coca-Cola
into the toilet bowl and Let the "real thing" sit for
one hour, then flush clean. The citric acid
in Coke removes stains from vitreous china.
4. To remove rust spots from chrome car bumpers:
Rub the bumper with a crumpled-up piece of Reynolds
Wrap aluminum foil dipped in Coca-Cola.
5. To clean corrosion from car battery terminals:
Pour a can of Coca-Cola over the terminals to bubble
away the corrosion.
6. To loosen a rusted bolt: Applying a cloth
soaked in Coca-Cola to the rusted bolt for several
7. To bake a moist ham: Empty a can of Coca-Cola
into the baking pan, wrap the ham in aluminum foil,
and bake. Thirty minutes before the ham is
finished, remove the foil, allowing the drippings
to mix with the Coke for a sumptuous brown gravy.
8. To remove grease from clothes: Empty a can of
coke into a load of greasy clothes, add detergent, and
run through a regular cycle. The Coca-Cola will help
loosen grease stains. It will also clean road haze
from your windshield.
1. The active ingredient in Coke is phosphoric
acid. Its pH is 2.8.It will dissolve a nail in about
2. To carry Coca-Cola syrup (the concentrate)
the commercial truck must use the hazardous material
place cards reserved for highly corrosive materials.
3. The distributors of coke have been using it to
clean the engines of their trucks for about 20 years!
Mountain Dew code red SUCKS! SUcks I say! It tastes like cough syrup! Stick with the original, it has more CAFFEINE! HAHAHAHAHA!
Were all DOOMED! HAHAHAHAHAHA!
now I know I'm getting "cleaned out" whenever I drink coke...I knew I felt less rusty lately...
I voted Pepsi. At least I won't disolve from the inside out drinking it
Yet another taken in...
"Origins: Many of the entries above are just simple household tips involving Coca-Cola. That you can cook and clean with Coke is relatively meaningless from a safety standpoint -- you can use a wide array of common household substances (including water) for the same purposes; that doesn't necessarily make them dangerous. The fact is that all carbonated soft drinks contain carbonic acid, which is moderately useful for tasks such as removing stains and dissolving rust deposits (although plain soda water is much better for such purposes than Coca-Cola or other soft drinks, as it doesn't leave a sticky sugar residue behind). Carbonic acid is relatively weak, however, and people have been drinking carbonated water for many years with no detrimental effects.
The rest of the claims offered here are, in a word, stupid. Coca-Cola does contain small amounts of citric acid (from the orange, lemon, and lime oils in its formula) and phosphoric acid. However, all the insinuations about the dangers these acids might pose to people who drink Coca-Cola ignore a simple concept familiar to any first-year chemistry student: concentration. Coca-Cola contains less citric acid than orange juice does, and the concentration of phosphoric acid in Coke is far too small (a mere 11 to 13 grams per gallon of syrup, or about 0.20 to 0.30 per cent of the total formula) to harm anyone, no matter how much Coke he guzzles. The only people who proffer the ridiculous statements that Coca-Cola will dissolve a steak, a tooth, or a nail in a matter of days are people who have never actually tried any of these things, because they just don't happen. (Anyone who conducts these experiments will find himself at the end of two days with a whole tooth, a whole nail, and one very soggy t-bone.)
The next time you're stopped by a highway patrolman, try asking him if he's ever cleaned blood stains off a highway with Coca-Cola. If you're lucky, by the time he stops laughing he'll have forgotten about the citation he was going to give you. "
If you can prove your list, please let me know... Otherwise there's nothing extraordinary about it.
Prince RXI, wish you were here.
And, seeing as how I live in Atlanta, I would have been shot, maimed, and killed if I answered the latter.
Plus, the little girl is starting to annoy me.
Ransac, not quite home yet
Hey what about Yoohoo? Who doesnt enjoy the full flavor of Chocolate milk at its peak?
She's only starting to annoy you?
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