Honestly, How devastated would you be

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  1. smitch425

    smitch425 DIS Veteran

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    FWIW, I believe the OP's question was tongue in cheek. Anyone with half a brain knows that it would be ridiculous to be truly devastated over something as silly as a drink.

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  3. Angebee

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    I grew up in a Pepsi house but can drink Coke just as easily. For the sake of our upcoming trip it would be a perk, though, since my Dad really is a Pepsi Man and can't stand Coke products (besides Sprite).
     
  4. lucifie

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    Not devastated since we haven't been there in 18 years and most likely we'll only go every couple of years, but I'd be disappointed. Coke is so much better. I'd have to bring my own.
     
  5. lucifie

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    I haven't read the whole thread. Is this just a hypothetical question or are there rumors? It seems like that's a contract that Coke would want to try really hard to keep.
     
  6. smitch425

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    Hypothetical. :thumbsup2
     
  7. vcgirl925

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    .....that would be a really sad day. I'm a coke girl.
     
  8. Ltl Mermaid

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    Since I adore Coke Zero ( which is now available) I would be very sad. Not devastated but very unhappy. I'd just order tea I guess.....Pepsi products always seem so flat and blah. I like lots of fizz and the Cole Zero taste is amazing to me :)
     
  9. Jedana

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    I've found it at some of the warehouse stores (Costco or BJs). Also, sometimes our Walmart carries it (along with the Sugar Sprite and Orange) near the deli or in the ethnic foods aisle. The Family Dollar up the road always has it, for $1 a bottle. :woohoo:


    I've only found it in the single serve glass bottles.
     
  10. DawnM

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    I much prefer Coke, but I almost never buy sodas at WDW, so it wouldn't be a huge deal to me.
     
  11. pawn626

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    I love coke but husband is a pepsi fan. I swear he goes through withdrawals for the week .lol. but if wdw is getting pepsi maybe I can get DH to go more often. lol
     
  12. Minnesota!

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    I wouldn't be. While I tend to drink Coke more....I will gladly drink Pepsi, as well.
     
  13. BlovesC

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    I don't care about soda, but I DO like that minute maid light pomegranate lemonade that Disney has. I'd probably be bummed if they stopped carrying it. But somehow, I'd live. :laughing:
     
  14. TagsMissy

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    devastated is a bit strong of a word... I'd be devastated to lose a family member, lose my home, my pet, my job that I love... I'd not be devastated over pop.... :confused3:confused3 far bigger things to be devastated over.
     
  15. glasslipper

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    It wouldn't bother us in the least, we don't drink soda:sick: Several years ago, I used to drink approximately 5-6 cokes a day:eek: I changed my eating habits and lifestyle, lost 75lbs and feel so much better!
     
  16. Jubilee

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    I hate soda, so they could get rid of it all, IMO. I would rather have fresh brewed ice tea. Soda does not quench my thirst!
     
  17. Disneyof3

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    Nothing else to say.......
     
  18. RyMacJ

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    I wouldn't be happy, but I wouldn't be devastated.

    Now DH, on the other hand...seeing as how he is in sales for Coca-Cola, HE might be devastated purely thinking about all that money lost... ;)
     
  19. BabyFu18

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    I'm not a big soda drinker, I usually opt for water or tea but, if I do drink an occasional soda I prefer Coke. At WDW I usually stick to water though, so I guess I wouldn't be to bothered if they made the switch.
     
  20. princessSunshine

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    Well....seeing as how Club Cool in Epcot is a big MUST do for us every trip, I won't want Coke to be replaced (though would LOVE Pepsi products to come in - would love to have a Mountain Dew once in awhile.....think Dr. Pepper is Pepsi too, love those)....maybe Epcot could be coke and the Kingdom be pepsi....ya right ;)
     
  21. bdklein

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    Either one will eventually kill you.
     

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