She has dropped Dr Pepper in favor of the hard stuff.
Hey, that should be the offical drink of Husker Nation.
They might have to fight the scary red thing from Western Kentucky for the official rights.
I believe any questions as to who will control the official rights can be settled quickly with this Wikipedia snippet: “In 2007, Big Red Ltd. was purchased by Gary Smith with the backing from Citigroup Venture Capital and Goldman Sachs. Gary Smith now serves as the Chairman and CEO of Big Red and All Sport, Inc.”
I dont trust Wikipedia. Or guys named Gary.
Hey watch the Gary comments, some guys call me Gary!
I knew the whole newspaper gig was a smoke screen!
some people are texan. the rest of us just try to be. my hair is even trying to be big.
It’s delicious and different – it says so right on the bottle.
Funny thing – in a conversation with some co-workers yesterday I mentioned Big Red and not one person knew what I was talking about. I guess it’s a Southern thing? Which leads me to one of the most annoying things about living in Montana – they call soda “pop”. It makes me shudder every time. Don’t they know all soda is “Coke”?
YAY! I grew up calling everything Coke as well. I’ve always felt left out of the “soda” vs. “pop” controversy because I vote “none of the above.”
I am from the East Coast and when I moved to Tennessee, I would ask for a Coke and I would be asked, “What kind?” What do you mean what kind?! Bizarre.
Actually, they would ask, “What kind, hun?”
And in the back they were saying, “And she doesn’t even know what a Coke is, bless her heart.”
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