10. Tropical Fantasy Sodas Retailing at an unbeatable 50 cents and oozing with Red 40, Yellow 5 and all of the other terribly dangerous color/number combinations in the beverage industry, these overly-sweet and sugary drinks were commonly referred to as “NutBusters” by America’s youth. Any 20-somethings with a low sperm…
OK…so I’ve been on the cusp of fully divorcing my childhood romance with soda for a while now – but this may be the straw that breaks the camel’s back. We’ve been warned time and time again that soft drinks contain harmful levels of sugar and present a myriad…
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This is what happens when you leave an unopened can of soda in your car overnight when it is freezing cold outside. I bet many people in the northeast have experienced this over the last few nights.
Pop, soda, or Coke… do the survey results match your county?
Your favorite elementary school prank has just become useless. With this simple and all too obvious trick, you can ensure that you never get sprayed by a shaken pop can again.
With New York City banning soda sales over 16 ounces we look at the cold hard facts about soda.
The next Prohibition begins! Because restricting access to Big Gulps of Pepsi is exactly the same as one of the most violent chapters in American history.