Hahah Toni's too cute :)I was a dr pepper-holic whilst pregnant...that explains my 3 I guess!!
ah, next time: rootbeer, that will be a kick: ) but unfortunately i have no idea where one can get rootbeer in this country.now i'm craving a dr. pepper. thank god for shell stations (but they do cost about 1,50E)
oops, sorry, i guess you already did. i should read slower. ~lytha
I only buy them as a rare treat. Now rootbeer you will never find in any normal shop. Only place would be import food shops or online, but they charge about 20 euro a 12 pack wowzers. Now to be honest, I would do that once in a blu emoon maybe for xmas to make floats, but that won't be our drink of choice :)Sonya said we can get rootbeer extract and make our own, I need to look into that idea.I try not to drink much soda, mostly because coke all the time bores me and they don't have much variety. I do enjoy sinacola that is coke with bubble water, or vita cola coke with lemon.
What! No grape, cherry or strawberry soda?! How can you live like that?! What about 7-UP or Sprite?
HEY!!! Thats my FAVORITE drink! Tell him to be nice to my Dr Pepper. It deserves only the best thoughts!
Hi there! I came across your blog via AmiExpat. I got my husband to try Dr. Pepper when we were back in Texas. He really likes it though...Root Beer...not so much. Oh, and you can get Root Beer at Subways here (at least in the town I live in, which is quite small). However, the DP tastes a lot different here than in the US. The reason is that they use real sugar here instead of high fructose corn syrup. It really does make a difference. I had a DP from the gas station for the Deutschland game today...it just isn't the same. ;)
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