Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Stars n' Stripes

Dollar Tree brand orange cola. "Stars 'n Stripes". Really patriotic. AND comes in a 3-liter bottle. How can Joe the Student go wrong with this patriotic bargain?

And yet, ever hearing whispers of "waste my dollar store... waste my dollar store..."

I concede. There is no hint of fruit of any kind (not even oranges) in this orange soda.


brian said...

And yet, Dr. Stripes is always ripe for one's drinking pleasure, especially with a little cranberry or grapefruit juice.

Ben said...

I don't care what it's called. Americans only drink and make soda in 2-liter bottles. 3-liter bottles of soda belong solely in Mexico and Canada. Get your odd numbered liters out of my even numbered country. 1776. 2008. Logic---use some.

Thesst said...

I'm afraid you are sorely mistaken, my friend.

1776 is divisible by 3.

Also, where do 1-liter bottles fall into this? These have been common in the U.S. for years now.

The current sizes are:
8 oz, 12 oz, 16 oz, 20 oz, 24 oz, 1 liter, 2 liter, 3 liter

In fountain drinks:
8 oz, 12 oz, 16 oz, 20 oz, 22 oz, 24 oz, 32 oz, 44 oz, 54 oz, 64 oz

Remember Ben that America is a diverse nation.

Ben said...

In this case, 3 liter bottles are an underground plague upon all beverages and consumers in this great land, and they need to take a hike along with some other diverse things I don't like. Build a wall to keep em' out.

Ben said...

Plus, when I said use some logic I didn't mean it. And logic means nothing to this blog anyway.

Ben said...

Stuff your logic in a sack, mister.

Thesst said...

Hey we should go to Mexico sometime we can be like slave buddies!

Ben said...

Mexico? When I get my license renewed I'll make sure to pay extra for the special ID card that allows me to easily cross the border. I'd make a great mule (or, "burro")