1950's Commercial for Coca-Cola

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+33 1. master_shake commented 9 years ago

enjoy the obesity that comes from consuming excessive amounts of empty sugar calories, and did we mention diabetes!
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+4 2. TitvsCaivs commented 9 years ago

...and ever since it stood and stays to be the most asked for soft drink...

btw. you should try the 125 year anniversary coke (old styled bottles), it's the best coke I've ever had, trust me
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+5 3. gringo commented 9 years ago

Not everything that tastes good, is good :(|)
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-1 4. yoal54 commented 9 years ago

That's the only drink in the world that persist 125 years !! :O

http://inventors.about.com/od/cstartinventions/a/coca_cola.htm

"COCA-COLA MAKE HAPPINESS" ™ 8-)
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+71 5. Kuthub commented 9 years ago

0:34 Nipples
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+2 6. bjarneks commented 9 years ago

I wish that commercials like this were shown at the TV for today! :D
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+9 7. Mourialaid commented 9 years ago

#4 Maybe in times before 1903, effects were more than happiness? >:)
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+4 8. Slap_chop_ninja commented 9 years ago

#7 It's a hell of a drug :D
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0 9. Chrisofskjern commented 9 years ago

So.... Thirsty....
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+4 10. Kendiana commented 9 years ago

#5 Thanks, I think I will go "pause" and "refresh" MYSELF right now. :P
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0 11. huldu commented 9 years ago

Well #1 diabetes can be brought on to you from your parents. You can get diabetes from just regular eating, it doesn't have to be sugar. In the end it's an age related disease among most people.

I'm betting your teeth are the first to break down from eating/drinking excessive sugar. Hence it is always wise to drink sodas with a straw.
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+2 12. CrackrJak commented 9 years ago

#4 Dr. Pepper out dates Coca-cola
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+1 13. librabooks commented 9 years ago

Sheen-ify this! Coke is...WINNING! Same with what #5 said >:)
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+1 14. tiggfigg commented 9 years ago

Don't worry folks, there is always the Aspartame (methanol --> formic acid and formaldehyde) laced Coca-Cola.

:D
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+13 15. FatHorse commented 9 years ago

#11 nonsense...

Only type 1 diabetes is genetic... Type 2 is the growing killer right now, which is really about bad eating habits... Why Coke is a vector of type 2 diabetes is because it's all about the body failing to produce insulin or failing to react to it properly... Insulin is secreted in reaction to sugar... in the classic cocacola, there are around 12 sugar cubes in a 600 ml bottle...

So it's not about bad eating, it's about consuming so much fast-burning sugars....

It is NOT an age related disease... this is nonsense...! (i)
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+9 16. edmund commented 9 years ago

Hmm... 100+ seconds commercial. These days not even CocaCola could afford such a long commercial on TV, at least not on the bigger channels.
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+3 17. Usdevildoggmc commented 9 years ago

Wow... 0:31 Tell me CocaCola has not been using subliminal advertising even before color television was invented!!


Also... I wish I could taste the old Coca Cola..... With that nice dose of actual COCAINE in it >:) Slurp!
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+3 18. LQoQK commented 9 years ago

in 2050 snotr should make a compition on the one who posts the first redbull AD.

we are living the history gentle men and it is in 3D "which is not interesting as much as the Ds @ 0:34 "
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+5 19. LightAng3l commented 9 years ago

Her breasts gave me a nice little lift... just when I needed it >:)
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+1 20. richardleed commented 9 years ago

One minute fity seconds for a commercial? wow, any longer and it'd be an episode.
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-1 21. hellsd commented 9 years ago

PEPSI!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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+2 22. sux2bu commented 9 years ago

#12 Yep , and Vernors Ginger Ale and Hires Root Beer share the title for first American-born soft drink, both debuting in 1866. I guess after the War of Northern Aggression everyone needed a cool drink to "cool off".
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0 23. makbeth commented 9 years ago

#4, #12, #22
Guinness ->1759

The good stuff :)
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+1 24. ValdeLevis commented 9 years ago

#23 I would give you that one, except they are talking about American soft drinks. Guinness is good ale though, even the licensed stuff from Canada that we get here in the U.S.

#21 If you're drinking that stuff, wow... all I can tell you is don't get your Jheri Curl too close to a flash pot.
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+4 25. sux2bu commented 9 years ago

#23 Weihenstephan brewery,in Bavaria Germany, licensed in the year 1040 even though the monks had been brewing beer for centuries before that. Their Vitus is exceptional.
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+1 26. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

How about water!
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0 27. joeman commented 4 years ago

2 minute commercial... Wow! slower pace back then.