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View Poll Results: Which of the two do you enjoy better?

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  • Coca Cola

    58 70.73%
  • Pepsi

    24 29.27%
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    ^^ Well, I didn't mean it like 'that' - I really just do with the addict that is in Coke!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmileyMan View Post
    Diet tastes like ass.
    This is so true.

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    Interesting. 32 for Coke, versus 9 for Pepsi (so far).

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    Pepsi max and coke zero are not bad.

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    Neither??? YUCK???

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    Quote Originally Posted by GemPOPGem View Post
    I think the original drink coke had cocaine in it, could be mistaken though
    It still does technically. They still use the plant but instead only use it after the drug has been removed. Which means there is some of the drug left over in it but not enough for it to have any effects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Imperial View Post
    Interesting. 32 for Coke, versus 9 for Pepsi (so far).
    Which is funny considering Pepsi beats Coke routinely in blind taste tests.
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    Pepsi would be my choice of poison for this summer.
    Coke is just way too carbonated for my taste. And it just does not seem to taste as much as Pepsi does. I especially like the Pepsi with lime(I think it was lime at least, it may have been citrus), it was quite refreshing during the long hot summer days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    Which is funny considering Pepsi beats Coke routinely in blind taste tests.
    ... ... ... No. Sh*t.

    (I wonder why.)

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    Pepsi. Double Pepsi all the way.

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