Carbonated Heaven

Captain Picard was into Earl Grey tea; mention the Dude and we think: White Russians. What’s your signature beverage — and how did it achieve that status?

Wow, this was easy (he says with a small thermos filled with his favorite beverage sitting next to him)

Anyone that knows me would just laugh if someone asked me that question.

Now before I reveal the beverage of my choice, let me tell all of you concerned citizens of Blogopolis that I have heard all the lectures, and read all the warnings and know that I should cut down on my consumation of said beverage (Yes, consumation is now a word). But at this point in my life, I am not ready to give it up.

No, it is not alcohol or alcohol related and no, I do not drink it because I am on a diet. I drink Diet Pepsi, all day, every day.

That’s my story. Don’t drink coffee, don’t drink tea (sweet, iced, or hot), don’t drink much water (yes I know that is bad), I drink Diet Pepsi. . . .period. Will drink Diet Coke if Diet Pepsi is not available, but there is a difference, a big difference for us connoisseurs of dietary carbonated beverages. I LIKE DIET PEPSI. Case closed.

I’m thinking that if I mention Diet Pepsi enough, #DIETPEPSI, then the makers of Diet Pepsi might see this blog and realize that I am their number one fan, in the world. Love the stuff. (just held up a two liter bottle of it and smiled at the computer for good measure). Maybe I will get a lifetime supply of Diet Pepsi (love the stuff) or maybe I can become like Subway’s Jarrod and live off of making commercials for them. . . . .

Ahhh! Refreshing! Yum!

I love you Diet Pepsi! (OK, that was just weird)



About joatmon14

Man in recovery from everything, looking for a little help, inspiration and direction.... Have spent the last 25 years working in big business, getting lost in all the chaos, not feeling like what I did mattered. By no means am I a professional writer nor do I even think I am that good, but it is something I love to do. Getting lost in a world of words, even for just a little while is why I started my blogs. In reality, at the age of 49 I am trying to find my voice. To find my passion. Maybe starting a little late, but better late than never. I write for me, I enjoy reading other's thoughts very much as well and look forward to the day that I can hold an extended, intelligent, meaningful conversation with YOU View all posts by joatmon14

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