My husband is a Coca-Cola fan. We often have a variety of Coke brand sodas around our house. It's a rare treat for my kids, and I don't drink a lot of it. To be honest, my kids don't care what brand, as long as it's sweet and bubbly.
Like the rest of the world, I've hunted for my name on the newly released bottles. I've also looked for names of those close to me, and I haven't found a single one! The image belongs to a friend who did just as the campaign suggested... Share a Coke! (He lives across the country, so it was a virtual share, but a share nonetheless!)
I find it ironic that we're encouraged to share, yet we're all looking for our own names! This flies in the face of the campaign! In a selfie culture, that's all we're thinking about.
Once I realized this, I stopped looking for my name. I'll still look for the bottles with my friends' and my family's names, but I don't want a selfie Coke. Sharing is much more fun, anyway!
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