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8 Can Multipack Diet Coke only £1.49 @ Home Bargains

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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
Sorry if this has already been posted but thought this was cheap, about 19p a can.
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#1
Very cheap - thanks :)
#2
Now that stuffs much better than the full strenght teeth rotting red can garbage good deal
#3
Under heat and through metabolism, it breaks down into some very dangerous CHEMICALS, including FORMALDEHYDE. Think about cases of diet coke sitting in a hot warehouse or a single can sitting in your hot car. It's already broken down into dangerous chemicals by the time you drink it.

Also good for cleaning alloy wheels and other greasey car parts! NOM NOM NOM!
#4
Cheapest I have seen it, supermarkets selling it at £1.75. This hot for me!
#5
Do you know if they had normal Coca-cola too?

Voted Hot
#6
Oh wait nevermind i've just seen the Coke/coke zero post!
#7
this is super hot
#8
boooooooooo, not nationwide but like stuff is still cheap there anyways!!
#9
JIMMYRIDDLE77
Under heat and through metabolism, it breaks down into some very dangerous CHEMICALS, including FORMALDEHYDE. Think about cases of diet coke sitting in a hot warehouse or a single can sitting in your hot car. It's already broken down into dangerous chemicals by the time you drink it.

Also good for cleaning alloy wheels and other greasey car parts! NOM NOM NOM!


I think he is talking ****. Oh wait, his name, Jimmy Riddle - Piddle, he IS ****.

It is the Aspartame in Diet Coke which turns into Formaldehyde when heated. So that means Aspartame is REALLY bad.

What else contains Aspartame, I hear you cry? Lets see, what cannot I eat, Cereals, Flavoured Water, Ice, Fruit Spreads, Gelatin, most sweets, Ice Creams, Cocoa, Jams & Jellies, Fruit Juice, Mousse, Nutritional Bars, Tomato Ketchup, most Yoghurts. Pretty much everything, I am hungry, I know, I'll chew some gum.......no wait, that is on the list too!

Edited By: smartdave on Jan 08, 2011 01:07
#10
^ Perhaps you won't feel so smart diagnosed with some form of carcinoma in your 40's - but then again I guess you wouldn't have the sense to make the connection.
#11
It is amazing how gullible people are. They read one article, on April 1st, and are taken in. Do you understand the word "Hoax". Try reading the wikipedia article on Aspartame, or just keep believing all the rubbish. Aspartame has been found to be safe for human consumption by more than ninety countries worldwide, with the US Food and Drug Administration officials describing aspartame as "one of the most thoroughly tested and studied food additives the agency has ever approved" and its safety as "clear cut".
#12
smartdave
It is amazing how gullible people are. They read one article, on April 1st, and are taken in. Do you understand the word "Hoax". Try reading the wikipedia article on Aspartame, or just keep believing all the rubbish. Aspartame has been found to be safe for human consumption by more than ninety countries worldwide, with the US Food and Drug Administration officials describing aspartame as "one of the most thoroughly tested and studied food additives the agency has ever approved" and its safety as "clear cut".

So you read wikipedia and that's better than a story which may have been a hoax?! There are good resources out there, rather than hoax stories and wiki.

Edited By: pghstochaj on Jan 08, 2011 13:02: Additional comment
#13
YES it is. The wikipedia articles are REFERENCED to all those "good resources". Anyway this is all off topic.

This is a hot offer, shame no Home Bargains stores near me, or I would buy a car load.

Edited By: smartdave on Jan 08, 2011 13:16

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