A whole post!!!
AND NOW TWO!! omgZ!!!
So... do you like Vanilla Coke?
No, actually, I hate it. Just as I hate rootbeer, Dr peppers andBudweiser. That shit only work on fat american people who alsohave a fairly digusting tendency to eat peanutbutter. ewww...
Well I'm neither American nor fat, so I guess your theory is notnecessarily correct!
I love rootbeer.
But I'd probably drink water before Budweiser.
Well I'm neither American nor fat, so I guess your theory is notnecessarily correct!I love rootbeer.But I'd probably drink water before Budweiser.
And it's pronounced "zed". Not "zee","zed"!It's an aquired taste. I like it in small quantities, but I'mstill trying to find a staple beverage after my psychologisttold me both caffeine and alcohol are bad for me. Suggestionsanyone? I tried Fanta for a while, but didn't warm to it. Liftis worse, and lemonade is just too bland.Now I'm wondering if Fanta/Lift are only proper nouns in theantipodes and not North America. Lift's been through too manyname changes to keep track of them all.How about Molson?
My name is Cob, and I am not American.
And it's pronounced "zed". Not "zee", "zed"!
It's an aquired taste. I like it in small quantities, but I'mstill trying to find a staple beverage after my psychologisttold me both caffeine and alcohol are bad for me. Suggestionsanyone? I tried Fanta for a while, but didn't warm to it. Liftis worse, and lemonade is just too bland.
Now I'm wondering if Fanta/Lift are only proper nouns in theantipodes and not North America. Lift's been through too manyname changes to keep track of them all.
How about Molson?
Because there is no way in hell you, as a non fat american, canlike the rootbeer I'm thinking of.
Now about iced tea? I love Snapple. Other possibilities mayinclude the "energy" drinks (you get SoBe down there?Or is that just a Canadian thing?), or the sports drinks (I likeGreen Apple Powerade).
I like lemonade, too. Bland lemonade is sook! Find yourself abetter brand!
I haven't seen Fanta in Canada for years... probably a GoodThing.
Only if there's no other better alternative. Not dark enough.
Lemonade? Er, not sure. But if you can find Brisk lemonade, giveit a try. It is very "chuggable". (But man I hateBrisk iced tea)Snapple also makes a decent lemonade.
Wassah? You'd think they'd mention it somewhere if that wastrue! ( History ) Big Rock is where it's at, man.
Big Rock is where it's at, man.
It's based in Calgary though! ;)
We all must be willing to grant concessions in order to partakein the glorious elixir that is Big Rock Traditional!
Now about iced tea?
For the record, iced tea is loaded with caffeine (unlessspecifically decaffeinated).
Having been there a few times, the people of Sweden impressed meas friendly and intelligent people.
Yet in the past month some of the worst trolls in the gamingcommunity that I have run into have has .se at the end of theiraddresses. Of course this could all be one atrocious troll.
Here is a great example, he takes a fairly innocent questionabout Vanilla Coke (in a board that for some odd reason tends tobreak in beverage debates) and turns it into a chance to insultAmericans.Now for some clueing in...Budweiser is not really considered beer by at least somesegments of the American population. Made with rice instead ofmore traditional beer making grains (malted barley) and lackingmore than a hint of hops, it's pretty vapid. Please do notassume that all Americans like it. I had some in the house a fewyears ago, but only because a guest (not from North America bythe way) preferred it.
Peanut butter, fairly disgusting ? Okay, what is that about ? Itis ground nuts. What is disgusting about that ? Sure some fo thebrands are sweetened or salted more than some care for, but as aspread for children's sandwiches (which is it's primary purpose)what is wrong with a good inexpensive source of protein ? Sureit has more fat than you want to have in a food you eat largequantities of, but that is not the way it is meant to be eaten.
Root beer is a soda whose flavor was originally derived fromplant extracts (originally sasafras root, since replaced due tocarcinoginic nature of sasafras). Lacking caffiene andpossessing a very firm foam, served ice cold, it is a classicNorth American soft drink for the hot summer season. A&W is awidely distributed brand of a fairly authentic tasting 'oldfashioned' root beer that some of us grew up with and thereforeconsider the default.
As for Dr Pepper, well, it claims to be the oldest brand sodaand is very much an acquired taste.
It's fairly obvious that Sun does not care for Americans. I'lltake that as a given. Lot's of people thoughout the world do notcare for Americans and some of that is for good reasons. Butonly a troll takes a fairly benign question an turns it intofilled with hate and disgust.