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Topic: Soda-Juice

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    1. Why does a soda taste better in a small bottle than in a large bottle or can? (Contributed by Don F.)
    2. Why does rootbeer taste flatter than any other colas? (Contributed by Don F.)
    3. If a prune is a dehydrated plum what is prune juice? (Contributed by Eldridge Scales)
    4. Why do they call it root beer when there are no roots nor beer in it? (Contributed by Angiebabe)
    5. If the word orange was never invented what would you call orange juice? Or oranges for that matter? (Contributed by Angiebabe)
    6. How long do you have to wait after shaking a can of soda pop before you can safely open it? (Contributed by Don F.)
    7. Why is it that on juice cartons they put the words 'Serve Ice Cold'? How else would you serve ice? (Contributed by T.D. Shadow)
    8. If you put orange juice in the freezer it becomes frozen. So why when you squeeze an orange doesn't it become squozen? (Contributed by Glen G.)
    9. Why do people always shake soda pop cans after they are fully aware that they are empty? Are the extra 6 drops gonna make that much difference? (Contributed by Jerome)
    10. How do they keep soda in soft-drink machines from freezing in the winter? (Contributed by David Feldman)
    11. If an astronaut drinks a carbonated drink in space do the bubbles still rise to the top? (Contributed by The Last Word)
    12. How long should a person stare at an orange juice container? Afterall it does tell you to concentrate doesn't it? (Contributed by Guy Paul)
    13. Why is it that when you first open a can of soda it hurts when you drink it? (Contributed by C.B.)
    14. Why is it that when you go to buy a soda, there's always a particular soda advertised on the machine and there's always a big button for that soda, yet there's also a small one, for the same soda, underneath? (Contributed by dogz8us)
    15. How come on a 12 oz can of diet Coke, the serving size is 'one can', which is 12 oz, but on a 20 oz bottle of the same beverage, there are 2.5 servings per bottle, making the serving size 8 oz? What happened to the extra 4 oz? (Contributed by Jackie Klem)
    16. Who are these people who keep saying 'Diet' tastes just like regular soda? It doesn't! Isn't that why they call it 'Diet'? (Contributed by Katie S.)
    17. Why is there a silent 'r' in sarasparilla? (Contributed by Damin Loi)
    18. How come some schools have banned 'Surge Soda' because of caffeine content but not 'Mt. Dew', when Mt. Dew has twice the caffeine than Surge does? (Contributed by Conner Lee)
    19. If Diet Dr Pepper tastes like regular Dr Pepper, does regular Dr Pepper taste like Diet Dr Pepper? (Contributed by Nick Hope)
    20. Do you think that if Gatorade were invented during the Roman Empire that it would have been called Gladiatorade? (Contributed by Lord Crimson)
    21. Why do carbonated drinks bubble more in plastic cups? (Contributed by dubois)
    22. Why is it that Hi-C fruit drink mix is advertised as 100% fruit juice, but in the ingredient list, it says 'contains 10% fruit'? What's the other 90%? (Contributed by Mystry404)
    23. Whose bright idea was it to put those lumpy, bumpy bottoms on the 2 litre pop bottle? (Contributed by Coyote Jo)
    24. Why do Americas call it "Soda" or "Pop" or "Soda Pop" yet other Countries just call it by the Brand name (i.e. Coke, Fanta, Sprite, etc)? (Contributed by Maltait)
    25. Why is orange juice yellow? (Contributed by AEBF)
    26. Just how pleased is punch? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    27. Shouldn’t Coke Zero be free? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    28. How do cranberries keep getting into all the other juices? (Contributed by Sammie)
    29. Why is it that people who drink energy drinks seem like the people with the least amount of stuff going on? (Contributed by Peter)
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