This week's book giveaway is in the OO, Patterns, UML and Refactoring forum. We're giving away four copies of Refactoring for Software Design Smells: Managing Technical Debt and have Girish Suryanarayana, Ganesh Samarthyam & Tushar Sharma on-line! See this thread for details.
But if I had to choose between just those two: pepsi.
But that only has to do with the years I spent in a mexican prison and the guards would taunt me with cold, sweet, pepsi-cola in a glass bottle. Straight from the USA. Chrlorinated tap water ... carbonated ... sweetened and then flavored ...
Originally posted by Dave Lenton: You can use coke/pepsi to clean the scum from toilets. If it's that acidic, why put it on your teeth?
To scrape off all the shit I put in my mouth? (rimshot!)
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Originally posted by Michael Ernest: To scrape off all the shit I put in my mouth? (rimshot!)
What really put me off drinking coke was working in a Burger King for a while. In order to make the stuff, a large bag of brown gunk (looking not unlike engine oil) would be mixed with a water and then put through a machine to add bubbles.
The base (the nasty brown stuff) was so nasty looking and smelling that it really made me think how bad the stuff was which I was not only drinking, but paying for the privilege of doing so.
Funnily enough, working there also put me off eating fast food burgers and chips as well. Once you see how they are made (and the oiks who make them!), they become much less appetising.
We easily buy & drink a 300 ML bottle of Coke or Pepsi for Rs. 8 or 10 (which contains nothing but a liquid preparation which is injurious to health) but we do not easily purchase & drink 500 ML of fresh milk just for Rs. 9. How surprising. Are we health conscious? So neither coke or pepsi will do good for our health.....Better go for some fresh juice...