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Rebounding Exists Everywhere.

This comic reminds me of every time a waiter or waitress has followed my request for a Coke with "We've only got Pepsi, is that okay?" Personally, I can't even tell the difference between the two, how about you?
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Cokes better and I can taste the difference
Pepsi is life, I can definitely tell when it's Coke cuz it feels disgusting in my mouth (it's hella fizzy) I'm sorry for all the Coke fans out there; don't attack me with comments.
between the two Pepsi is better
Eh don't really like cola at all really but I can tell the difference between the two
I can but I prefer Dr Pepper
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