"Pepsi’s Lawsuit Defense: Mountain Dew Would Have Dissolved Mouse Carcass"
"Pepsi Co. is being sued by a man in Illinois who claims that he found a dead mouse in a can of Mountain Dew, but Pepsi says that it’s impossible. Why? It’s not because Pepsi has such high standards when it comes to work place cleanliness, but because a mouse carcass would have completely dissolved if it was placed in Mountain Dew."
http://www.inquisitr.com/175160/pepsis- … e-carcass/
I am pro Mountain Dew.
State your Mountain Dew opinions here.
hahahahaha!!!! omg that's not funny but I really did lol.
that's terrible! poor mouse!
"No easy way to dissolve a mouse in Mountain Dew"
"Pepsi Co.'s claim that a mouse trapped in a can of Mountain Dew would eventually dissolve doesn’t hold water with Canadian food experts."
http://ca.news.yahoo.com/no-easy-way-di … 19070.html
News Conference at 11.
I have accordingly returned all my Mountain Dew to the store for a full refund.
For what it is worth, I drink way to much soda. That's my fault.
I was at work one day and the entire surface of one of my front teeth fell out. No, it didn't have any fillings. ,,,,,,, I go to the dentist and he informs me the acid from the soda had eaten the enamel off several of my teeth.
Now, they have fillings. Temporary ones. Until. well, now you know, the rest......
Same here. Recently I've been able to initiate a partial transference to lemonade.
Street goulash vendor: "Mountain Dew or crab juice."
Homer Simpson: "Eewwww, Mountain Dew? Give me a crab juice."
Mmmm. Mountain Dew. Elixir of the Gods.
You know that to be true, too, because the Gods hate mice just as we do.
I wonder if the red or blue kinds will dissolve mice as well as the yellow/green? You know, that extra protein is probably very good for you...
Sundrop actually has citrus juice in it, tastes better, and is cheaper.
by Cayden Ryan 8 years ago
I'm curious as to how many people have thoughts on Mountain Dew, the effects of it, and their opinion on the taste of it. I personally am a caffeine addict, mostly by necessity. However, I can drink caffeinated products and go straight to bed (if I have time)Just let me know what you think
by Stacie L 5 years ago
Mountain Dew Introduces Breakfast SodaFebruary 12, 2013 at 8:15AM by Zoe Bain | 20 CommentWhile coffee, tea, and juice are typically the morning beverages of choice, Mountain Dew is hoping that what people really want for breakfast is soda. Pepsico Inc. has created a new drink, which it has dubbed...
by Jake Frost 6 years ago
Coke or pepsi?
by sbguy1959 8 years ago
does mountain dew turn your bowels green?
by DrPPoorluk 7 years ago
Which do you prefer? Normal Pepsi/Mountain Dew or the Throwback versions?PS... I've got nothing to do with either of these, promotional or otherwise. Just honestly curious.
by katiem2 8 years ago
What's the first name of your first love and a fond thing about them you remember...
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