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12-02-2009 @ 11:12AM
I would say it certainly is a game, but not "JUST" a game. Is the bible "JUST" a book?Is Mountain Dew "JUST a drink? Yes, and no. I leave you with this... "Live every week, like its Shark Week"-Tracy Jordan
12-02-2009 @ 11:17AM
Depends on your point of view, I think mountian dew is just a drink myself.
12-02-2009 @ 11:20AM
A lot of people are addicted to WoW (myself included) but at the end of the day its still JUST a game. A lot of people revere the bible but at the end of the day its JUST another book. A lot of people (myself included) crave for mountain dew every day but at the end of the day, its JUST another drink. And yes, that hot girl in your class is JUST another girl, she takes a dump just like the rest of us
12-02-2009 @ 11:24AM
A guy ends a comment with a Tracy Jordan quote and people are debating him on his points?/facepalm
12-02-2009 @ 11:39AM
"A lot of people (myself included) crave for mountain dew every day but at the end of the day, its JUST another drink."BLASPHEMER! BURN THE UNBELIEVER IN THE ONE TRUE BEVERAGE!
12-02-2009 @ 11:53AM
Sky lies, hot chicks don't poop
12-02-2009 @ 12:27PM
"Is Mountain Dew "JUST a drink?"Yes! I believe I have ever had one or two of these swills in my life.
12-02-2009 @ 12:52PM
I drink Coke.
12-02-2009 @ 1:01PM
"Is Mountain Dew "JUST a drink? " - No, it's the only beverage that contains vegetable oil as a main ingredient.
12-02-2009 @ 1:17PM
a) Vegetable Oil (Brominated Vegetable Oil, actually) is one of the last ingredients on the list, meaning it is one of the least used ingredients. Hardly a "main" ingredient.b) It's not the *only* drink to contain vegetable oil. Many citrus drinks have it. The only one I can think of off the top of my head, though, is Squirt. It serves to increase the density of the citrus oils so that they mix with the soda instead of sitting at the top.
12-02-2009 @ 1:26PM
An interesting and very valid point. I will test this by pouring Mountain Dew on a Bible. More info when the results are in.
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