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Seven UP - High Traffic Areas
Watch the 7UP commercial where the guy puts the 7UP vending machine in "high traffic areas", in this case, the hight traffic area is an interstate. If you will notice on the machine, all of the pictures are of 7UP bottles, but when the machine gets hit by a semi, only cans fly out. Someone should of thought a little harder on this one.
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guy123 on 12-21-2000
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p8ballprincess writes:
The real question is, why doesn't any mechanics fly out?
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Chris Avery writes:
I think I have seen coke machines with pictures of bottles on the buttons when the machine actually only had cans.
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Sir Mouse-A-Lot writes:
I have seen that before. A lot of times companies have bottles inside of a machine with a can on there or vice versa, because it is pointless to change the front of that machine just for what's inside. And, besides, if all the bottles got hit, all they would do is bounce around. But, with the cans, they explode, so they probably did that just for the effect of the cans.
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Iibui writes:
Yeah. I don't think this is a slip-up. I have seen lots of soda machines in real life that have nothing but cans inside, but have a picture of a bottle on them, for some reason...
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Dragon writes:
Who cares about the cans/bottle thing. What you guys should be noticing is what happens to Orlando! One second he is standing by the vending machine as the semi nears, the next second the vending machine gets slammed. But Orlando never leaves the scene! He just vanishes within 1 second....
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