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Old 02-14-2005, 12:32 PM   #1
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IO: I'm obsessed with frozen Pepsi's

I cannot stop freezing my Pepsi's. It's the only way I'll drink them now. They have to be either completely frozen or close to it. Then I take them out of the freezer and let them thaw just a little and then I can crush the contents up a little and....mmmmmm. It is just devine.

You have to buy the plastic bottles though, cuz it doesn't work too well with cans.

Everybody should try it!




I hear it doesn't go well with brains though, so don't get any ideas.
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Everything goes well with brains

Last time my dad did this, it expoloded and made a mess in the freezer
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Ooh, and no glass bottles either!!!

But do they even make Pepsi in glass bottles? I know they do Snapple.
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That sounds really good actually
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or you could go to 7-11 and get a pepsi slurpee
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or you could go to 7-11 and get a pepsi slurpee
Yea I could, and have but it's just not the same as making your own. Yummy!
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Did that with root beer....... A neighbor worked at a bottling place and got us a case of root beer for Christmas.....He left them outside on the stoop for us, they were just at that icy stage Gads they were good!
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Everything goes well with brains

Last time my dad did this, it expoloded and made a mess in the freezer

My dad did that ALL the time.
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My mom does this every night with diet cokes.
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I just made brownies... mmmmm
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you should freeze them, then crush them up and drink them
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when they're done baking maybe I will!

Mmmmm drinkable brownies

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McDonalds (or was it Burger King) used to sell frozen Pepsi a few years ago.
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McDonalds (or was it Burger King) used to sell frozen Pepsi a few years ago.
i think mcdonald's still does. they're the closest thing i can get to a slurpee.

i don't like pepsi, but i love frozen cokes. only once have i had a homemade frozen coke. years ago when i worked at chick-fil-a the night manager bought a 6-pack and put it in the fridge. now i'm talking a big walk-in fridge so it was colder than a regular fridge. anyway, it was i also remember the milkshakes i used to make there. we didn't have them on the menu but we had ice cream, milk, and chocolate syrup so i did what any sane person would do.

i'd love a milkshake right now but i'm not allowed to have any dairy
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