Sparkling espresso soda. It tastes as bad as you might expect.

Sparkling espresso soda. It tastes as bad as you might expect.

laughingsquid:

Avery’s Totally Gross Sodas

I’ll take these over the Jones Christmas Ham flavor soda, about which the Onion AV Club affectionately remarked, “It tastes like somebody else’s post-ham-eating backwash. With bubbles” and “Oh God, it doesn’t go away if you chase it with other drinks!”.

laughingsquid:

Avery’s Totally Gross Sodas

I’ll take these over the Jones Christmas Ham flavor soda, about which the Onion AV Club affectionately remarked, “It tastes like somebody else’s post-ham-eating backwash. With bubbles” and “Oh God, it doesn’t go away if you chase it with other drinks!”.

Cola + Orange = ?

Cola + Orange = ?

Bacon soda. Although some people would welcome this, I’d love to see the marketing research which suggested that this was a good idea.

Bacon soda. Although some people would welcome this, I’d love to see the marketing research which suggested that this was a good idea.

At the beginning of the trip, it was delicious and refreshing.

Now it’s sticky, the temperature has changed, and it’s lost almost all the gas.

Would it be depressing to compare this to my marriage?

Or something like that.

At the beginning of the trip, it was delicious and refreshing.

Now it’s sticky, the temperature has changed, and it’s lost almost all the gas.

Would it be depressing to compare this to my marriage?

Or something like that.
OK, I guess people call everything “Coke” in the South because it was from Atlanta. My parents always said “Coke” for any kind of soda.

"Soda" seems to have started in the Northeast and moved to the West coast. Probably because so-called "soda water" was first sold in Connecticut.
"Pop" started in Michigan and moved outward. Maybe because of Faygo Pop?

But what’s going on in Alaska? I suspect Sarah Palin was involved somehow.

OK, I guess people call everything “Coke” in the South because it was from Atlanta. My parents always said “Coke” for any kind of soda.

"Soda" seems to have started in the Northeast and moved to the West coast. Probably because so-called "soda water" was first sold in Connecticut.

"Pop" started in Michigan and moved outward. Maybe because of Faygo Pop?

But what’s going on in Alaska? I suspect Sarah Palin was involved somehow.