Thursday, April 12, 2007

So I open a can of Coke...

...and tilt it to take a drink.

And I smell feet.

Foot odor on the can.

So basically, there's a big, fat, sweaty guy somewhere rubbing unopened cans of Coke on his feet before packaging them.

And if you're wondering...Yes. I finished the entire can. But I sure didn't like it.


Randy said...

Perhaps Coca-Cola is taking another shot at changing its formula, like it did with "New Coke" in 1985. Many would say that the taste and scent of a big, fat, sweaty guy's foot is too radical and revulsive an ingredient change, but whereas "New Coke" flopped almost immediately upon release, you finished the entire can of, shall we say, "Toe Coke."

Early marketing results will show that the big, fat, sweaty guy sitting at the end of the packaging line is a complete success.

Pat said...

Well, at least you didn't have the experience poor Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas had. A fat sweaty guy was rubbing something ELSE on that can.

Randy said...

Well, in all fairness, despite the intense embarrassment the "pubic hair" incident caused the nation and forever compromised the Supreme Court's integrity, a chilled aluminum Coke can effectively reduces uncomfortable body temperature in those hard-to-cool areas.