Discussion in 'The Bar' started by dawg, Oct 4, 2014.
This stuff is sooooooo good, mmm.
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I'm drinking cheap beer.
I like grape
I'm drinking a bottle of water with fruit punch powder
I never drink carbonated sodas, but when fanta orange is available in a fast food resturant I won't pass it up
Stuff is addictng
What's so funny asshole?
It was a typo.
Too sweet for me, try:
That's my go to orange soda.
Does that taste like Mc Donald's orange drink? I've never had a Fanta.
Remember the fanta girls?
reminds of when i was a kid drinking this stuff.
You are a typo
Try it with a shot of vodka or tequila in it... and the fun begins!!!
I was a Nehi kid...
Fanta originated as a result of difficulties importing Coca-Cola syrup into Nazi Germany during World War II due to a trade embargo. To circumvent this, Max Keith, the head of Coca-Cola Deutschland (Coca-Cola GmbH) during the Second World War, decided to create a new product for the German market, using only ingredients available in Germany at the time, including whey and pomace – the "leftovers of leftovers", as Keith later recalled. The name was the result of a brief brainstorming session, which started with Keith exhorting his team to "use their imagination" ("Fantasie" in German), to which one of his salesmen, Joe Knipp, immediately retorted "Fanta!"
While the plant was effectively cut off from Coca Cola headquarters during the war, plant management did not join the Nazi Party. After the war, the Coca Cola corporation regained control of the plant, formula and the trademarks to the new Fanta product—as well as the plant profits made during the war