I would possibly have one can of Coke a year - I like it however it is so full of sugar that it is something I would not drink.
Also they say a penny would dissolve in it if left long enough -not that I quite believe that, but the DIET version of these drinks is supposed to be even worse for you than the ordinary sugar ones - or so I have read!
I occasionally buy fish and chips and I really like a Coke with this however, this being already the most unhealthy meal, I have stopped having a Coke with it many years ago....just plain water for me!
I have never, ever been a Coca Cola drinker. I loathe it. I would drink Pepsi, as I preferred the flavour, but I have never really been into soft drinks. I am a tea drinker in all weather and that is better for my diabetes as I don't take sugar.
Whoa there . . ! LIKE is a strong word . . . . more like I would drink Pepsi with a gun to my head if nobody was making tea. Hahahaha. I have never been fond of the "cola" taste, I find it a peculiar flavour. I never actually heard of Coca Cola until coming to Australia . . . we had Lemonade or Dandelion and Burdock or Orangeade. Bet you remember those, jonaj? ^_^
I do not drink or eat ANYthing which is artificially sweetened. Apart from hating the aftertaste,I simply believe that these products are responsible for many of the dreadful ailments which are suffered by many people these days,And already being very unwell,I refuse to risk making things even worse for myself.
I never drink normal Coke or Pepsi either...I clean blackboards with them!!! Have done ever since beginning my sign writing apprenticeship back in the late 70's when I was doing up a blackboard menu for a restaurant and the owner brought me a coke to clean the old work off his board!!! Wow!!! I had never seen such a new-looking blackboard in my life!! It put me off drinking the stuff ever again!!!
Does Pimms go better with better Coke Cola or lemonade? I just saw 1/2 of bottle of Pimms in my kitchen the other day, so I thought I'd have some with ice with summer rolls around again, with a couple of mint leaves? Is that very '70's?