Coke is a form of bubbly beverage that people of all ages consume on a daily basis. Coke is also one of the most addictive substances on this planet, same goes for Pepsi.

The addictive nature of the two largest and most widely consumed beverages practically guarantees the sale and eventual consumption, and unless the sale of Coke or Pepsi becomes a lawful act, they will continue to sell increasingly well.

Also, both Coke and Pepsi are known to cause diabetes.



Now, we have Call Of Duty, one of the worlds largest and most-played online video games currently available on the video game market. Call Of Duty is said to be just as addictive as both Coke and Pepsi, and most COD players spend an estimated 50+ hours playing Call of Duty each and every week.

The health of the average COD player is normally quite poor, and when combined with the regular consumption of Coke and/or Pepsi, plus a bag of Lays chips, the average Call of Duty player is likely to die before he or she (normally he) reaches the age of 40. That is, of course, based on the normally correct assumption that virtually every COD player is under the age of 18, and are therefore not even legally permitted to be playing this M rated video game to begin with.


The moral to this rather pointless blog post?



(also, hamsters rock)




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