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Hey, do you know what size the bottles were?
All filled with aspartame.

"Various flavours" doesn't cut it - particularly as we all know the proper Coke won't be this price.

Voted cold due to lack of information.
grex910111/07/2019 14:47

All filled with aspartame."Various flavours" doesn't cut it - particularly …All filled with aspartame."Various flavours" doesn't cut it - particularly as we all know the proper Coke won't be this price.Voted cold due to lack of information.


Sad case
grex910111/07/2019 14:47

All filled with aspartame."Various flavours" doesn't cut it - particularly …All filled with aspartame."Various flavours" doesn't cut it - particularly as we all know the proper Coke won't be this price.Voted cold due to lack of information.


Ah we meet again

Agreed
gedymiah711/07/2019 14:47

Sad case


Give it 10 years and review and you could well see a flip in the statement you made. Some facts try googling "carcinogenic sweeteners" and you will see aspartame. top of the list, not voted myself as it is cloudy as hell what the deal is. BUt I would sooner risk sugar over being experimented on.
Danger_Mouse11/07/2019 14:58

Ah we meet again Agreed


Does it bug you as much as it bugs me that these people... Just. Don't. Get. It?!

Surf_finder11/07/2019 14:59

Give it 10 years and review and you could well see a flip in the statement …Give it 10 years and review and you could well see a flip in the statement you made. Some facts try googling "carcinogenic sweeteners" and you will see aspartame. top of the list, not voted myself as it is cloudy as hell what the deal is. BUt I would sooner risk sugar over being experimented on.


Exactly. I really don't get how people "like" the taste - it's disgusting!
I know far more obese people who drink "diet" than drink full sugar (not "full fat" ). You see them in restaurants and fast food joints across the land, stuffing their fat pie holes with days worth of calories in one sitting, drinking the obligatory diet Coke, like that somehow makes their gluttony acceptable.
Edited by: "grex9101" 11th Jul
grex910111/07/2019 14:59

Does it bug you as much as it bugs me that these people... Just. Don't. …Does it bug you as much as it bugs me that these people... Just. Don't. Get. It?!


(Engage politician mode) You might say that but I couldn't possibly comment

/Politician mode.
grex910111/07/2019 14:59

Does it bug you as much as it bugs me that these people... Just. Don't. …Does it bug you as much as it bugs me that these people... Just. Don't. Get. It?! (devil)Exactly. I really don't get how people "like" the taste - it's disgusting! I know far more obese people who drink "diet" than drink full sugar (not "full fat" ). You see them in restaurants and fast food joints across the land, stuffing their fat pie holes with days worth of calories in one sitting, drinking the obligatory diet Coke, like that somehow makes their gluttony acceptable.


the issue was energy drinks then the virtue signalers took us down this slippery slope of sugar being bad and sweeteners good, time will show em, The problem is energy drinks are mostlysweetners so they made people poorer but not addressed the issue, politics for me over.
Edited by: "Surf_finder" 11th Jul
If you don't ask for 'full fat coke' you end up with Diet Coke as default in McD's.
As someone whose intolerant to the poisonous aspartame I have to make sure I get the fully loaded sugar-taxed variety.
It would be nice if deals could state if the 'real' non-poisoned versions are reduced too. Please.
Surf_finder11/07/2019 15:28

the issue was energy drinks then the virtue signalers took us down this …the issue was energy drinks then the virtue signalers took us down this slippery slope of sugar being bad and sweeteners good, time will show em, The problem is energy drinks are mostlysweetners so they made people poorer but not addressed the issue, politics for me over.


I'm not sure that I entirely agree with you - energy drinks were demonised for their massive caffeine content primarily - I can't really argue for a child of, say, 9 years old drinking red bull - there's no justification for that.

The sugar tax, as it stands, is merely more nanny state interventionalism. The tax is regressive, poorly thought out, and is pretty much just a knee-jerk reaction so that the government looks like they're doing "something" to combat obesity.

As always, the poor lifestyle choices of the many affect the rest of us who can (for want of a better phrase) "enjoy responsibly". Somewhat ironically, the majority of them will still be down the chippy every night buying their fish suppers and diet coke....
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