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  • Coca Cola

    58 70.73%
  • Pepsi

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Coke Zero ftw

    I've always liked Coca-Cola better.
    This is probably second to Pepsi Max.


    I don't drink soda much, but when I do get that urge, noting beats either this or a Max over ice to quence that!!!

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    Coke Zero > Diet Coke > Coca-Cola

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    Even though I don't agree with pretty much any of philosopher Slavoj Zizek's worldview I find his reflections on coke and caffeine-free diet coke quite interesting.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zizek
    [Coke's] strange taste seems to provide no particular satisfaction. It is not directly pleasing, however, it is as such, as transcending any use–value, like water, beer or wine, which definitely do quench our thirst, that Coke functions as the direct embodiment of "IT", the pure surplue of enjoyment over standard satisfactions. It is the mysterious and elusive X we are all after in our compulsive consumption. The unexpected result of this is not that, since Coke doesn’t satisfy any concrete need we drink it only as supplement, after some other drink has satisfied our substantial need — it is rather this very superfluous character that makes our thirst for Coke all the more insatiable. Coke has the paradoxical quality that the more you drink it, the more you get thirsty. So, when the slogan for Coke was "Coke is it!", we should see in it some ambuigity — it’s "it" precisely insofar as it’s never IT, precisely insofar as every consumption opens up the desire for more. The paradox is thus that Coke is not an ordinary commodity, but a commodity whose very peculiar use–value itself is already a direct embodiment of the auratic, ineffable surplus... Is it not that in the case of caffeine–free diet Coke that we almost literally drink nothing in the guise of something?
    Slavoj Zizek - The Superego and the Act


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    I'm a Southern girl; Coke FTW! I do like the taste of Pepsi sometimes, though. And I'm drinking a Pepsi Throwback as we speak. Has to be ICE cold, though.

    IMO: Coke > Pepsi > Coke Zero > Diet Pepsi > Diet Coke
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    I drink Cola rip-offs from glass bottles.
    Dishonest ISFPs make me sad.

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    Coca Cola > Diet Coke > Pepsi > ANYTHING ELSE > Vanilla taste (URRGH :steam

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    Diet tastes like ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmileyMan View Post
    Diet tastes like ass.
    cheers, that's why i like it too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmileyMan View Post
    Diet tastes like ass.
    God, it's horrendous!

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    The few and the proud -- I'm a Diet Pepsi girl through and through!



    Quote Originally Posted by Imperial View Post
    God, it's horrendous!
    ....heh heh...

    Well, it was definitely an acquired taste.
    (But at least I'm not FAT.)
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