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Soft Drink, Softer Belly

Pepsi's new ads aren't fooling anybody.


—Lawrence Yang, blowatlife.blogspot.com

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Kelly

Pepsi is coming out with a more natural Pepsi product, Pepsi with no high-fructose corn syrup. It will only be for a short period of time to test it, but I think it'll catch. Sprite is just as bad, maybe not carmelized, but there are chemicals that are in clear soda's that are even worse than those in dark soda's.

Kelly

Pepsi is coming out with a more natural Pepsi product, Pepsi with no high-fructose corn syrup. It will only be for a short period of time to test it, but I think it'll catch. Sprite is just as bad, maybe not carmelized, but there are chemicals that are in clear soda's that are even worse than those in dark soda's.

Melissa Jackson

Considering the syrup that goes into Coke products comes from the Sudan, which essentially equals death and the support of death-- Pepsi is the better alternative (although there is no proof their syrup doesn't come from a similar resource). Though neither are in any way healthy. The fact that they use soda to clean up blood-spills on the highway after accidents because the chemicals erode/clean it best and the additional use of soda to clean car batteries...why the hell would you put it in your body!?

Melissa Jackson

Considering the syrup that goes into Coke products comes from the Sudan, which essentially equals death and the support of death-- Pepsi is the better alternative (although there is no proof their syrup doesn't come from a similar resource). Though neither are in any way healthy. The fact that they use soda to clean up blood-spills on the highway after accidents because the chemicals erode/clean it best and the additional use of soda to clean car batteries...why the hell would you put it in your body!?

Melissa Jackson

Considering the syrup that goes into Coke products comes from the Sudan, which essentially equals death and the support of death-- Pepsi is the better alternative (although there is no proof their syrup doesn't come from a similar resource). Though neither are in any way healthy. The fact that they use soda to clean up blood-spills on the highway after accidents because the chemicals erode/clean it best and the additional use of soda to clean car batteries...why the hell would you put it in your body!?

Melissa Jackson

Considering the syrup that goes into Coke products comes from the Sudan, which essentially equals death and the support of death-- Pepsi is the better alternative (although there is no proof their syrup doesn't come from a similar resource). Though neither are in any way healthy. The fact that they use soda to clean up blood-spills on the highway after accidents because the chemicals erode/clean it best and the additional use of soda to clean car batteries...why the hell would you put it in your body!?

- anonymous

its interesting to note that the "belly" in the logo is smaller for diet pepsi and bigger for pepsi max...

- anonymous

its interesting to note that the "belly" in the logo is smaller for diet pepsi and bigger for pepsi max...

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