Just a random discussion. Whats everyone's beverage of choice? Do you have a specific brew of Tea or coffee you prefer? Just Prefer Water? Just to keep things simple, lets go with your go-to drink in a non formal restaurant.

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Sweet tea. And I mean sweet tea. Root beer with a little Dr Pepper mixed in is great, too.

Sweet Tea is usually what I go for as well. On occasion I will drink unsweetened, but only to drink something different then I normally would. I will have to give the Dr pepper, Root Beer combo a try.

Just give it a few squirts. It spices it up really well.

Alright, Ill give it a try next time I can. Also Coke and Big Red. Big Red is regional though.

Ooh, that sounds great. I'll have to try that sometime.

Dude. No. Thats sacrilege.  You dont fuck with Dr. Pepper. Thats shits the nectar of the gods!

Damn kids these days... I swear. 

:)

Hey, It's good stuff!

Yes... Dr Pepper is. That why you dont mess with it. Lol

I cant disagree with Dr.Pepper being a good drink. Have you guys ever heard of Dublin Dr. Pepper?

Sounds like a variation on an Irish Car bomb...

Can't say I have.

I have 5 cases of it. For the uninitiated,  its the original Dr Pepper. Only available in Dublin Tx, at the original Dr. Pepper plant. Amazing shit. If I had to give up all other liquids and choose only one, it would be Dublin Dr. Pepper.

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