Pop, soda, beer and energy drinks... we all consume one or the other, but with all the germs floating around, how many Cowboy State residents actually take the time to wash the tops of the cans before drinking out of them?
Considering the myriad of things that can effect your lids, ranging from storage hazards, hand-to-hand germs and air borne pathogens, cleaning your lids just seems like a no bra
Two words that mean the exact same thing are pretty common in the English language. Some of these terms are a regional saying or just how one's parents used them, so they are inherited. Certain words, more than others seem to spark debate. Do you say "pop" or "soda"? "Dinner" or "supper"? The list goes on. Let's settle this once and for all.
To the wild-eyed booze enthusiast, it is a sometimes-necessary evil to cut 80 proof whiskey with diet soda, to keep that girlish figure without having to throw your balls up over your shoulders and just do shots. Good news, friends -- it's also an efficient way to get tanked.
Soda die-hards know if you want a kick of caffeine, Mountain Dew is the beverage of choice. And in some cities in the US, people will soon get to try out a malt-flavored version of the popular soft drink.
How many times have you popped open a case of drinks from the store, and individually stacked them in the fridge. I know I've done this a million times. According to this amazingly simple video, I could have been doing it a lot quicker, all these years. Who knew?