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    #26
    dkjhgd wrote:
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    Better. Funny you get angry over a little forum arguement that you pretty well lost.


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    #27
    I prefer juice. Much better for you and better tasting.

    Unless i'm eating pizza, then coke is a given.

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    #28
    i'm going to coat myself in honey, head to toe

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    #29
    Bundaberg Lemon Lime and bitter: $2.60 for a single bottle, or $5 for 4 bottles at the supermarket. /buys heaps

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    #30
    protofall~ wrote:
    Was at the supermarket today and picked up a 175g jar of vegemite for $2 not on special and next to it was a 100g jar for about $2.80



    vegemite was behind 9/11

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    #31
    One of my mates would drink a 2.25L of Coke a day at school. He's a big buff angry rugby playing maori. I think warrior gene has something to do with this.

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    #32
    jesus_crowbar wrote:
    One of my mates would drink a 2.25L of Coke a day at school. He's a big buff angry rugby playing maori. I think warrior gene has something to do with this.
    Coke is drunk by black people. Correlation... or causation?

    Fire up the graph signal!

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    #33
    Worst wrote:
    I drink a shiteload of diet coke at work.

    It gets really hot in the kitchen, and I have the choice between diet coke, full sugar crap, or water that tastes like lead mixed with arse.
    i heard diet coke is related to brain tumors

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    #34
    FRiO wrote:
    Coke is drunk by black people. Correlation... or causation?

    Fire up the graph signal!
    I heard Coke makes you a black person.

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    #35
    People say a lot of things about Diet Coke. It's mostly crap.

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    #36
    KillaMel wrote:
    Was he that guy? Most courses have at least one guy that you just dislike increadibly...I remember my arch nemisis well, always wore a complete demin getup.
    lol. the good old canadian tuxedo

    My drink of choice at the moment is "Frank". that stuff is yummo!

    Either that or water, or beer. I always drink at least 8 glasses of water a day tho

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    #37
    Alesia wrote:
    i heard diet coke is related to brain tumors
    I heard that people who perpetuate unsubstantiated rumors even though there's significant evidence to the contrary have IQ's in the single digits.

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    #38
    dkjhgd wrote:
    OK, how's get ****ed nipper?
    Cya.

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    #39
    dkjhgd wrote:
    I heard that people who perpetuate unsubstantiated rumors even though there's significant evidence to the contrary have IQ's in the single digits.
    http://www.medical-library.net/sites...e_disease.html
    uh huh.
    lol at a noob trying soo damn hard to be smart.

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    #40
    Inverse price logic. Let me badly explain.

    Checked Countdown, New World and Pak n Save online. Pak n Save doesn't show any coke products.

    600ml bottle: $4.00
    1.5l bottle: $2.80 / $3.79 (Countdown / New World)
    2.25l bottle: $4.80 / $3.49 (Countdown / New World)

    Why are the 600ml bottles so much more expensive than much larger bottles?

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    #41
    This thread is older than buying online from the supermarket in NZ.

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    #42
    You're paying for convenience. Convenience is a marketable commodity. The price isn't reflective of how much it costs to make, it's reflective of supply and demand.

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    #43
    Paging Hydro Homies

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    #44
    600ml bottles are chilled too (part of the "convenience" cost). They did for a time have special 1.25L (1.5L?) bottles which were labeled differently and intended to be stocked in chillers and sold at an inflated price.

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    #45
    suntoucher wrote:
    This thread is older than buying online from the supermarket in NZ.
    Thank Werelock for bumping it for obesity juice.

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    #46
    Coke zero tho

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    #47
    Water tho.

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    #48
    As I started reading the first page of this thread, I was like "Where the **** is this place and why is coke so cheap!?" then I saw the dates

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    #49
    I bought a drink from a vending machine at the train station today. It was $4.00 for a Pepsi and I thought "that's pretty bad but I want it" only to get it out the machine and realize it was a 355ml bottle.

    The ****.

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    #50
    50 cents a can from some vending machines here in Texas. Rocks up to about $1.75 for the 600ml bottles though. I think you're paying for the ability to carry it around, shove it up your arse etc while working. Can't do that with a can.