CapnPlaty: deanis:Fark Surge... as a former Coca Cola bottling employee, that shiat was a biatch to make. Dumping over a thousand pounds of maltodextrin per hour of production run, I was quite happy when they stopped making it.I do miss Citra though.
t3knomanser: mamoru: Well, if 90s nostalgia isn't a thing, it ought to be. The 90s were pretty good for the most part.You're just remembering the good parts. On the balance, the 90s sucked. Mind you, that applies to pretty much any decade.
xenophon10k: "Most of our customers have literally had their synapses fried by an over-abundance of selection in the soda aisle," Draper continued. "We feel like Crystal Pepsi can attract both nostalgic hipsters who will drink it ironically and the genuinely confused. It's a winning combination for us."Hmm...let me just click the "About" link...Q. Are your news stories 100% accurate?A. Yes, because they are 100% satirical.Subby's fail wears a hypercolor shirt.
NobleHam: FirstNationalBastard: NobleHam: "Now"? Have you SEEN BuzzFeed?Also, Dr. Pepper has nothing to do with Pepsi. Don't journalists even do Google searches anymore?Actually, Coke and Pepsi both bottle Dr Pepper products, since Dr Pepper doesn't own it's own bottling works, and in some markets Coke and Pepsi still distribute the Dr Pepper stuff.Yeah. Bottle. Which is basically just wage labor, there's no stake in the profits or creative control there. So saying Dr. Pepper is a Pepsi product is very different thing, though I guess not "nothing," so kudos on a technicality.. And "Dr. Pepper," even outside the U.S., is only distributed by Snapple although many of its other brands are distributed by either Coke or Pepsi.
WinoRhino: They did. You're drinking it. You just don't realize it.
MaudlinMutantMollusk: Uh... satire tag snowed in?
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