“My grandmother is over 80 and still doesn’t need glasses. Drinks right out of the can.”

Henny Youngman

While you may have sworn off soft drinks, chances are your mouth waters when you hear that tell-tale sound of someone popping open a can of Coke or Pepsi, and that subsequent sound of the liquid once the can is open (aaaaaah). The unofficial start of summer each year begins when the “event” commercials air during the Super Bowl, and later play constantly throughout summer.

Stars promoting Pepsi are like a time capsule of popularity: Britney Spears, Michael Jackson, Mariah Carey, Ray Charles, Janet Jackson & Ricky Martin, Beyonce, Drew Brees, Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner & David Bowie, Cindy Crawford, Nicki Minaj, and Madonna just to name a few.

Coca-Cola has always appealed to consumers with emotion and nostalgia in their ads. Who doesn’t remember “It’s the Real Thing”, “I’d Like To Teach the World to Sing”, the Coca-Cola bears, or the brightly lit Coca-Cola truck making its way through a snowy town, lighting up everything it passes with Christmas lights? Even the modern image of Santa Claus is most closely associated with Coke.

With those thoughts in mind, “This…or That?” this week will unscientifically determine which brand is truly king of the pop machine.

So, imagine being marooned on an island in the middle of the sea. There is a pop machine with only two buttons…Coke and Pepsi. You can only have one can to drink. Which button do you push?

You simply choose your favorite and review the results. The best thanks you can give is to share our site with family and friends and subscribe below.

Have a Coke and a smile…or drink Pepsi…the choice of a new generation.

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