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Coke (7) Tue, Aug 29, 2006
I'm a Coke addict (Coca-Cola, that is).  Sometimes I crave it like a drug and can't wait to feel it rushing down my throat.  I'm not sure, but it might be a summertime thing.  There's just nothing quite like an ice-cold Coke on a hot day when you're feeling thirsty.  Pepsi isn't the same.  And Sprite is out of the question.  And of course, Coke in a can is infinitely better than Coke in a bottle (this is true for any soda).  By the time you're near the bottom of a 20-oz bottle of soda, it's all warm and flat.  Coke in restaurants is pretty good.  They keep it nice and cold, and the fact that it costs astronomically more than it should means you need to enjoy it all the more.  My Coke problem was nonexistent a few years ago.  Up until recently, I chose Pepsi over Coke because it tasted better.  Pepsi is a difficult drink to love because it's so hard to find.  Coke has such a huge monopoly in the restaurant business, it's almost impossible to get anything other than Coke.  Many years before that, I was big on Sprite.  I would order it at every restaurant and buy it at every store.  Now I can't touch the stuff.  I don't know what changed.  But now Coke is my thing.  I'm sure it's doing irreparable harm to my vital organs, but at least I'm not thirsty. #food

Kripa Tue, Aug 29, 2006
Hey Urkel - I too have been craving soda this summer.  I've been trying so hard to refrain from drinking it!  Did you know though - that soda does NOT quench your thrist.  In fact it's been known to make you thirstier, which leads to drinking more.  Apparently something about the combination of chemicals dries out peole.  Beware of the viscious cycle!!

PS - coke is way better than pepsi

Dave Tue, Aug 29, 2006
I don't believe your mumbo jumbo "science".  After I drink Coke, I feel less thirsty.  Problem  →  solution.  I reject your reality and substitute my own.

Kripa Wed, Aug 30, 2006
This coming from the boy who wanted Pop Tarts to be their own separate food group?  Nyah!

Dave Wed, Aug 30, 2006
I don't remember saying that.  Therefore, it never happened.

Fake Dave Wed, Aug 30, 2006
Hi my name is Dave.  I think Pop Tarts should be their own separate food group. 


Angry Kripa Thu, Aug 31, 2006
oooh aren't you special -  using your big bad Administrator skills to win this little game.  It's on now white boy!

wendy Wed, Sep 13, 2006
i totally agree with angry kripa. you shouldn't use your authority to override her comment...unless it's a curse word!

you've bought into the man's authority & control...

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