How many swallows of drink do you think that you can get out of a 7 1/2 ounce can of Coca-Cola?
When this question was asked to a group of my co-workers the popular consensus was it would take 3 swallows to empty out this little can of Coca-Cola. One of my co-workers doesn't even think that 7 1/2 ounces of soda-pop would even put a dent in their thirst on a hot Summer day, and on top all of that just plain make them mad!
Water should be used to quench thirst and hydrate body. A soda is a treat.
I suppose it depends how thirsty you are, on a hot summers day it would probably take about 6 swallows, on a day when you are just drinking it casually, about 30 swallows; good question, I haven't tested to find out yet, please let us know the answer!
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