Thursday, April 12, 2007


Drink of the Week: Diet Coke Plus with Vitamins

Maximum bliss.

I’ve been there.

Laying on the deck of a boat with my family, at midnight, somewhere in the southern Mediterranean, watching a meteor shower.

Any time I hear the last bit of this.

Standing on the edge of the North York Moors on a windswept day, as a flock of wooly sheep curiously engulfed us.

Watching my mother close her eyes and smile into the sun.

Driving 500 miles in one day with the Ombudsman to see the wildflowers in Joshua Tree National Park.

My brothers wedding

Every moment spent with my sister’s children

The list goes on.

But this, my dears, is a contender for the top of the list. Sure, it's a different type of bliss, but it's all mine...

That’s right kids...

Diet Coke Plus with Vitamins.

Same (debatably) great taste, but (ostensibly) “good” for you.

Sure it’s about triple the cost, but hey, I’ll take what I can get.

Buy some today and ENJOY.

(And yes, this IS my second post on a Coca-Cola product in less than a week. What can I say...oh wait, I know..."Dear Coca-Cola, please send a case of this stuff to me. I will love you forever. I mean, I already do love you, but this would just be the icing on the cake, know what I'm saying?")


In 1898, Caleb D. Bradham, a New Bern, North Carolina pharmacist created Pepsi Cola, in imitation of Coca Cola.

Pepsi once had an advertising campaign in China with the slogan 'Pepsi gives you life' - only - the translation came out 'Pepsi brings your ancestors back from the grave.'

In Turkey, Pepsi sells beverages including: Pepsi– Pepsi-Cola– Pepsi Light– Pepsi Twist, Fruko Gazoz, Fruko Orange, Yedigün, Tamek and Tamek Plus


Love the YouTube opera vid. The first time I heard that piece was in one of my daughter's Barbie DVDs. Weird. Coke is it!
I had no idea Barbie was an Opera fan! :-)
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