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    katherinebay

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    The Uses of Coke

    Post  katherinebay on Tue Mar 09, 2010 9:01 pm

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    1) The Surprising Benefits of Coca-Cola
    2) Coca-Cola Amazes You One Gulp at a Time
    3) Open Up Coca-Cola’s Secret Happiness

    It’s safe to say that Coca-Cola, also known as Coke, is undeniably a soft drink that opens up happiness. Take Bob, a hypothetical person, who has just gotten a can of Coke from his refrigerator. As he takes his first sip of carbonated goodness, it flows down his desiccated throat in an instant. But alas! Half of the soda is left inside the can wanting to be gulped down, but Bob’s bladder just can’t take another sip. A problem has arisen: what shall Bob do with the rest of his Coke? Let’s just say that the possibilities are endless.

    Coke is a surprising, yet effective cleaning tool, as its versatility can astonish even the best of cleaners. If oil stains found on garage floors and driveways never seemed to wash away with a watering hose, then pour some Coke onto it, wait a couple of minutes, wash it off with water, and that will surely do the trick. A little bit of Coke can also be used to wipe away bug carcasses stuck on car window shields, wash car engines , as well as clean tires filled with dirt and grime until they become squeaky clean. For situations occurring in the kitchen, such as soiled pots and pans or dirty tile grout, pouring Coke will surely do the trick. Believe it or not, Coke can also cleanse toilet bowls of rust stains and whatnot. (http://www.wisebread.com/51-uses-for-coca-cola-%E2%80%93-the-ultimate-list & http://gomestic.com/homemaking/20-crazy-uses-for-coke/)

    Home remedies sometimes work just as well as medicine found at a local pharmacy. Apparently, if someone is about to get an asthma attack, two cans of Coke will help offset the attack because the caffeine will put a stop to it. Coke also has a laxative effect, proving that it can relieve constipation. According to The Doctor’s Book of Home Remedies, Coke can cure many conditions such as an upset stomach, nausea, congestion, or even the hiccups by drinking the soda flat, or waiting until the carbonation has stopped. One can even gargle Coke to relieve a sore throat because the carbonation from the soft drink loosens phlegm. If one just so happened to get a jellyfish sting, pouring Coke over the wound will help neutralize the venom and it will provide pain relief. (http://www.listafterlist.com/tabid/57/listid/10985/Food++Dining/Top+25+Other+Uses+for+CocaCola.aspx)

    Coke can also make very practical hair products, such as conditioning or even shining hair. If one pours a can of Coke onto their hair, wash it in, and then rinse, one will find their hair to be particularly shimmering shiny afterwards. Combining Coke and water in a spray bottle and spraying the mixture all over one’s hair will give it a teased, tussled look as well. For those rough days where gum gets stuck in one’s hair, pour Coke over the affected area and the gum will slide right off. (http://gomestic.com/homemaking/20-crazy-uses-for-coke/ & http://www.listafterlist.com/tabid/57/listid/10985/Food++Dining/Top+25+Other+Uses+for+CocaCola.aspx)

    Some may find Coke to be a comfort drink while its magical benefits are hidden by its tastiness. As you can see, Bob has many options as to what he is going to do with the rest of his Coke, varying from personal to household uses. Coke truly does open happiness, at least until it’s all used up.

    katherinebay

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    Re: The Uses of Coke

    Post  katherinebay on Thu Mar 11, 2010 9:49 pm

    It’s safe to say that Coca-Cola, also known as Coke, is undeniably a soft drink that brings happiness. Take Bob, who has just gotten a can of Coke from his refrigerator. As he takes his first sip of carbonated goodness, the liquid sensation flows down his desiccated throat in an instant. But alas! Half of the soda is left inside the can waiting to be gulped down, but Bob’s bladder just can’t take another sip. A problem has arisen: what shall Bob do with the rest of his Coke? Let’s just say that the possibilities are endless.

    Coke is a surprisingly effective cleaning tool, as its versatility can astonish even the best of workers in the cleaning business. If oil stains found on garage floors and driveways never seem to wash away with a watering hose, then pour some Coke onto it, wait a couple of minutes, wash it off with water, and that will surely do the trick. A little bit of Coke can also be used to wipe away bug carcasses stuck on windshields and wash car engines as well as clean tires covered with dirt and grime until they become squeaky clean. For situations occurring in the kitchen, such as soiled pots and pans or dirty tile grout, pouring Coke will certainly do the trick. Believe it or not, Coke can also clean toilet bowls of rust stains and whatnot. (http://www.wisebread.com/51-uses-for-coca-cola-%E2%80%93-the-ultimate-list & http://gomestic.com/homemaking/20-crazy-uses-for-coke/)

    Home remedies can be made using Coke, which sometimes work just as well as medicine found at a local pharmacy. Apparently, if someone is about to get an asthma attack, two cans of Coke will help offset the attack because the caffeine will put a stop to it. Coke also has a laxative effect, relieving constipation. According to The Doctor’s Book of Home Remedies, Coke can cure many conditions such as upset stomach, nausea, congestion, or even hiccups by drinking the soda flat. One can even gargle Coke to relieve a sore throat because the carbonation from the soft drink loosens phlegm. If one just so happened to get stung by a jellyfish, pouring Coke over the wound will help neutralize the venom and provide pain relief. (http://www.listafterlist.com/tabid/57/listid/10985/Food++Dining/Top+25+Other+Uses+for+CocaCola.aspx)

    Coke can also make very practical hair products, such as conditioning or even shining hair. If one pours a can of Coke onto your hair, wash it in, and then rinse, one will find your hair to be particularly shiny afterward. Combining Coke and water in a spray bottle and spraying the mixture all over one’s hair will give it a teased, tussled look as well. For those rough days in which gum gets stuck in your hair, pour Coke over the affected area and the gum will slide right off. (http://gomestic.com/homemaking/20-crazy-uses-for-coke/ & http://www.listafterlist.com/tabid/57/listid/10985/Food++Dining/Top+25+Other+Uses+for+CocaCola.aspx)

    Some may find Coke to be a comfort drink while its magical benefits are hidden by its tastiness. As you can see, Bob has many options as to what he can do with the rest of his Coke, varying from personal to household uses. Coke truly does open up happiness, at least until it’s all used up.

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    Post  oisheeshemontee on Mon Mar 15, 2010 10:15 pm

    t’s safe to say that Coca-Cola, also known as Coke, is undeniably a soft drink that brings happiness. Take Bob [for example], who has just gotten a can of Coke from his refrigerator. As he takes his first sip of carbonated goodness, the liquid sensation flows down his desiccated throat in an instant. But alas! Half of the soda is left inside the can waiting to be gulped down, but Bob’s bladder just can’t take another sip. A problem has arisen: what shall Bob do with the rest of his Coke? Let’s just say that the possibilities are endless.

    Coke is a surprisingly effective cleaning tool, as its versatility can astonish even the best of workers in the cleaning business. If oil stains found on garage floors and driveways never seem to wash away with a watering hose, then pour some Coke onto it, wait a couple of minutes, wash it off with water, and that will surely [I don't think you should say surely here - what if it doesn't work? Say usually, or just delete the word] do the trick. A little bit of Coke can also be used to wipe away bug carcasses stuck on windshields and wash car engines[,] as well as clean tires covered with dirt and grime until they become squeaky clean. For situations occurring in the kitchen, such as soiled pots and pans or dirty tile grout, pouring Coke will certainly [again, are you really that positive?] do the trick. Believe it or not, Coke can also clean toilet bowls of rust stains and whatnot. (http://www.wisebread.com/51-uses-for-coca-cola-%E2%80%93-the-ultimate-list & http://gomestic.com/homemaking/20-crazy-uses-for-coke/)

    Home remedies can be made using Coke, which sometimes work just as well as medicine found at a local pharmacy. Apparently, if someone is about to get an asthma attack, two cans of Coke will help offset the attack because the caffeine will put a stop to it. Coke also has a laxative effect, relieving constipation. According to The Doctor’s Book of Home Remedies, Coke can cure many conditions such as upset stomach, nausea, congestion, or even hiccups[,] by drinking the soda flat. One can even gargle Coke to relieve a sore throat because the carbonation from the soft drink loosens phlegm. If one just so happened to get stung by a jellyfish, pouring Coke over the wound will help neutralize the venom and provide pain relief. (http://www.listafterlist.com/tabid/57/listid/10985/Food++Dining/Top+25+Other+Uses+for+CocaCola.aspx)

    Coke can also make very practical hair products, such as [change 'such as' to 'for'] conditioning or even shining hair. If one pours a can of Coke onto your [pick a tense and stick to it - don't go from 'one' to 'your'] hair, wash it in, and then rinse, one will find your [pick a tense and stick to it - don't go from 'one' to 'your']hair to be particularly shiny afterward. Combining Coke and water in a spray bottle and spraying the mixture all over one’s hair will give it a teased, tussled [tousled] look as well. For those rough days in which [change 'in which' to 'when'] gum gets stuck in your hair, pour Coke over the affected area and the gum will slide right off. (http://gomestic.com/homemaking/20-crazy-uses-for-coke/ & http://www.listafterlist.com/tabid/57/listid/10985/Food++Dining/Top+25+Other+Uses+for+CocaCola.aspx)

    Some may find Coke to be a comfort drink while its magical benefits are hidden by its tastiness. [These two parts seem rather unrelated...] As you can see, Bob has many options as to what he can do with the rest of his Coke, varying from personal to household uses. Coke truly does open up happiness, at least until it’s all used up.

    katherinebay

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    Re: The Uses of Coke

    Post  katherinebay on Tue Mar 16, 2010 5:49 pm

    FINAL

    It’s safe to say that Coca-Cola, also known as Coke, is undeniably a soft drink that brings happiness. Take Bob for example, who has just gotten a can of Coke from his refrigerator. As he takes his first sip of carbonated goodness, the liquid sensation flows down his desiccated throat in an instant. But alas! Half of the soda is left inside the can waiting to be gulped down, but Bob’s bladder just can’t take another sip. A problem has arisen: what shall Bob do with the rest of his Coke? Let’s just say that the possibilities are endless.

    Coke is a surprisingly effective cleaning tool, as its versatility can astonish even the best of workers in the cleaning business. If oil stains found on garage floors and driveways never seem to wash away with a watering hose, pouring coke will clean it in an instant. Coke can also be used to wipe away bug carcasses stuck on windshields and wash car engines, as well as clean tires covered with dirt. Soiled pans, tile grout, and even toilet bowls of rust stains can also be cleaned using Coke.

    Home remedies can be made using Coke, which sometimes work just as well as medicine found at a pharmacy. Since Coke has a laxative effect, it will help offset an asthma attack and relieve constipation. Coke can cure many conditions such as upset stomach, nausea, congestion, or even hiccups, by drinking the soda flat. Gargling Coke also relieves a sore throat because the carbonation loosens phlegm. If one just so happened to get stung by a jellyfish, pouring Coke over the wound will help neutralize the venom and provide pain relief.

    Coke can also make very practical hair products for conditioning or even shining hair. If one pours a can of Coke onto their hair, wash it in, and then rinse, one will find their hair to be particularly shiny afterward. Combining Coke and water in a spray bottle and spraying the mixture all over one’s hair will give it a teased, tousled look as well. For those rough days in when gum gets stuck in your hair, pour Coke over the affected area and the gum will slide right off.

    As you can see, Bob has many options as to what he can do with the rest of his Coke, varying from personal to household uses. Some may find Coke to be a comfort drink while its magical benefits are hidden by its tastiness. Coke truly does open up happiness, at least until it’s all used up.

    oisheeshemontee

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    Post  oisheeshemontee on Tue Mar 16, 2010 10:16 pm

    It’s safe to say that Coca-Cola, also known as Coke, is undeniably a soft drink that brings happiness. Take Bob for example, who has just gotten a can of Coke from his refrigerator. As he takes his first sip of carbonated goodness, the liquid sensation flows down his desiccated throat in an instant. But alas! Half of the soda is left inside the can[, just] waiting to be gulped down, but Bob’s bladder just can’t take another sip. A problem has arisen: what shall Bob do with the rest of his Coke? Let’s just say that the possibilities are endless.

    Coke is a surprisingly effective cleaning tool, as its versatility can astonish even the best of workers in the cleaning business. If oil stains found on garage floors and driveways never seem to wash away with a watering hose, pouring coke will clean it in an instant. Coke can also be used to wipe away bug carcasses stuck on windshields and wash car engines, as well as clean tires covered with dirt. Soiled pans, tile grout, and even toilet bowls of rust stains can also be cleaned using Coke.

    Home remedies can be made using Coke, which sometimes work just as well as medicine found at a pharmacy. Since Coke has a laxative effect, it will help offset an asthma attack and relieve constipation. Coke can cure many conditions such as upset stomach, nausea, congestion, or even hiccups, by drinking the soda flat. Gargling Coke also relieves a sore throat because the carbonation loosens phlegm. If one just so happened [happens] to get stung by a jellyfish, pouring Coke over the wound will help neutralize the venom and provide pain relief.

    Coke can also make very practical hair products for conditioning or even shining hair. If one pours a can of Coke onto their hair, wash it in, and then rinse, one will find their hair to be particularly shiny afterward. Combining Coke and water in a spray bottle and spraying the mixture all over one’s hair will give it a teased, tousled look as well. For those rough days in when gum gets stuck in your hair, pour Coke over the affected area and the gum will slide right off.

    As you can see, Bob has many options as to what he can do with the rest of his Coke, varying from personal to household uses. Some may find Coke to be a comfort drink while its magical benefits are hidden by its tastiness. Coke truly does open up happiness, at least until it’s all used up.

    katherinebay

    Posts : 123
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: The Uses of Coke

    Post  katherinebay on Wed Mar 17, 2010 2:42 pm

    It’s safe to say that Coca-Cola, also known as Coke, is undeniably a soft drink that brings happiness. Take Bob for example, who has just gotten a can of Coke from his refrigerator. As he takes his first sip of carbonated goodness, the liquid sensation flows down his desiccated throat in an instant. But alas! Half of the soda is left inside the can[, just] waiting to be gulped down, but Bob’s bladder just can’t take another sip. A problem has arisen: what shall Bob do with the rest of his Coke? Let’s just say that the possibilities are endless.

    Coke is a surprisingly effective cleaning tool, as its versatility can astonish even the best of workers in the cleaning business. If oil stains found on garage floors and driveways never seem to wash away with a watering hose, pouring coke will clean it in an instant. Coke can also be used to wipe away bug carcasses stuck on windshields and wash car engines, as well as clean tires covered with dirt. Soiled pans, tile grout, and even toilet bowls of rust stains can also be cleaned using Coke.

    Home remedies can be made using Coke, which sometimes work just as well as medicine found at a pharmacy. Since Coke has a laxative effect, it will help offset an asthma attack and relieve constipation. Coke can cure many conditions such as upset stomach, nausea, congestion, or even hiccups, by drinking the soda flat. Gargling Coke also relieves a sore throat because the carbonation loosens phlegm. If one just so happens to get stung by a jellyfish, pouring Coke over the wound will help neutralize the venom and provide pain relief.

    Coke can also make very practical hair products for conditioning or even shining hair. If one pours a can of Coke onto their hair, wash it in, and then rinse, one will find their hair to be particularly shiny afterward. Combining Coke and water in a spray bottle and spraying the mixture all over one’s hair will give it a teased, tousled look as well. For those rough days in when gum gets stuck in your hair, pour Coke over the affected area and the gum will slide right off.

    As you can see, Bob has many options as to what he can do with the rest of his Coke, varying from personal to household uses. Some may find Coke to be a comfort drink while its magical benefits are hidden by its tastiness. Coke truly does open up happiness, at least until it’s all used up.

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    Re: The Uses of Coke

    Post  emilyyang on Sat Mar 20, 2010 1:29 am

    You don't need to correct anything; this is just for my and Elaine's use.

    It’s safe to say that Coca-Cola, also known as Coke, is undeniably a soft drink that “opens up happiness.” Take Bob for example, who has just gotten a can of Coke from his refrigerator. As he takes his first sip of carbonated goodness, the liquid sensation flows down his desiccated throat in an instant. But alas! Half of the soda is left inside the can, just waiting to be gulped down, but Bob’s bladder can’t take another sip. A problem has arisen: what shall Bob do with the rest of his Coke? Let’s just say that the possibilities are endless.

    Coke is a surprisingly effective cleaning tool, as its versatility can astonish even the best of workers in the cleaning business. If oil stains found on garage floors and driveways never seem to wash away with a watering hose, pouring Coke will clean them in an instant. Coke can also be used to wipe away bug carcasses stuck on windshields and to wash car engines, as well as clean tires covered with dirt. Soiled pans, tile grout, and even toilet bowls with rust stains can also be cleaned using Coke.

    Home remedies can be made using Coke too, which sometimes work just as well as medicine found at a pharmacy. Since Coke has a laxative effect, it can help offset an asthma attack and relieve constipation. Coke can cure many conditions such as upset stomach, nausea, congestion, or even hiccups, by drinking the soda flat. Gargling Coke also relieves a sore throat because the carbonation loosens phlegm. If one just so happens to get stung by a jellyfish, pouring Coke over the wound will help neutralize the venom and provide pain relief.

    Coke can also make very practical hair products for conditioning or even shining hair. If one pours a can of Coke onto their hair, wash it in, and then rinse, one will find their hair to be particularly shiny afterward. Combining Coke and water in a spray bottle and spraying the mixture all over one’s hair will give it a teased, tousled look as well. For those rough days when gum gets stuck in your hair, pour Coke over the affected area and the gum will slide right off.

    As you can see, Bob has many options as to what he can do with the rest of his Coke, varying from personal to household uses. Some may find Coke to be a comfort drink while its magical benefits are hidden by its tastiness. Coke truly does “open up happiness,” at least until it’s all used up.

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