Ideological Colas

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The makers of Alter Cola would like you to send a pretzel to Dubya 'to advance world peace'.

...découverte sur un blog, la communication d’Alter Cola propose d’envoyer un braetzel dont GW Bush a un amer souvenir...
20% of the sales of Mecca Cola go to Palestinian charities.

Staying with the caffeine-fuelled charity theme, Salaam Coke also promise to plough 15% of any profits into any organisations that 'promote harmony and peace'.

Beuk Cola promises to deliver a 'non-imperialist' beverage solution. Apparently, it will 'affirme son anti-impérialisme à la face du monde'. Or you'll drink it and go running to Britain for help...again...after happily collaborating for a while.

Breizh Coke promises to re-establish certain differences in cultures and act as the first stage in creating a unique economic model for the whole world. Clearly quite an astonishing drink.

The Corsican's clearly don't hold with Brittany-style marketing strategies. Their Corsica Coke doesn't promise anything, and at a Euro per tin is the best priced.

Astonishingly, there would be nothing stopping ARRSE from making it's own ARRSE Coke as long as we made the recipe freely available online using the General Public License

And now I really must get some work done.... :D
 
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Calypso said:
The makers of Alter Cola would like you to send a pretzel to Dubya 'to advance world peace'.

...découverte sur un blog, la communication d’Alter Cola propose d’envoyer un braetzel dont GW Bush a un amer souvenir...
20% of the sales of Mecca Cola go to Palestinian charities.

Staying with the caffeine-fuelled charity theme, Salaam Coke also promise to plough 15% of any profits into any organisations that 'promote harmony and peace'.

Beuk Cola promises to deliver a 'non-imperialist' beverage solution. Apparently, it will 'affirme son anti-impérialisme à la face du monde'. Or you'll drink it and go running to Britain for help...again...after happily collaborating for a while.

Breizh Coke promises to re-establish certain differences in cultures and act as the first stage in creating a unique economic model for the whole world. Clearly quite an astonishing drink.

The Corsican's clearly don't hold with Brittany-style marketing strategies. Their Corsica Coke doesn't promise anything, and at a Euro per tin is the best priced.

Astonishingly, there would be nothing stopping ARRSE from making it's own ARRSE Coke as long as we made the recipe freely available online using the General Public License

And now I really must get some work done.... :D
you have way too much time on your hands...
 

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