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    Re: Wendy's Frosty Float

    "Freya" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    "canadian_vikes_fan" wrote:
    No guys its all about the slurpees!! I have one practically everyday, especially now that I'm working again. Plus the guys that work at 7/11 all know me by now, so I get freebies every once in a while.

    I'm just helping Winnipeg be the Slurpee capital of the world for the 7th/8th (?) time in a row!
    This is the only good slurpee

    :P

    Yeah....you just keep on drinking that Mountain Dew. Soon you'll look like your ex-relatives in WV.........

    [img width=450 height=296]http://www.ms-flossy.com/SodaCariesFifteenYearOld01.jpg[/img]

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    Your Teeth

    Twenty teeth extracted for "orthodontic reasons" were sectioned into blocks and submerged in the test beverages for two weeks. They were weighed every 24-48 hours to check for enamel loss. Here are the 14-day enamel weight losses (lower is better):

    Diet Mountain Dew....8.01%
    Mountain Dew...........6.17%

    Arizona Iced Tea........4.86%
    Sprite.........................3.93%
    Diet Sprite..................3.65%
    Ginger Ale...................2.94%
    Dr. Pepper..................1.72%
    Diet Dr. Pepper...........1.52%
    Diet Coke....................1.49%
    Diet Pepsi....................1.46%
    Pepsi...........................1.40%
    Coke............................1.39%
    Brewed black tea.........0.22%
    Brewed black coffee.....0.19%
    A&W Root Beer..........-0.01%
    Tap water (control)....-0.02%

    So there you go. Mountain Dew, after years of speculation, has finally been confirmed to be citrus flavoring mixed with battery acid. Sprite's also not good. Tea and Coffee might stain your teeth, but they're not hard on your enamel, unless you're paying four dollars for an Arizona Iced Tea.

    A&W Root Beer is king--as harmless to your enamel as tap water. I asked my Dentist about that, and she said she thought it had something to do with sassafras.

    http://dubiousquality.blogspot.com/2005/07/your-teeth.html
    If the aspartame doesn't kill ye first.
    Everybody has to die from something.

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    Re: Wendy's Frosty Float

    I had a Wendy's Frosty Float for the first time this weekend and I must say it was alright.


    It would have been excellent if they put more root beer and less ice cream in though.

    It was like 80% ice cream 20% root beer. So after like 4 sips all the root beer was gone and I was left to eat the ice cream only.... with a straw.

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    Re: Wendy's Frosty Float

    That's why you eat some of the ice cream off to top, about 1/3 of the way down and let the rest melt into the root beer. Then drink it through a straw. It's much better that way.
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    Re: Wendy's Frosty Float

    Yea I tried that it was alright

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