Take a sip out of that 1967 Pepsi

“Life is short and no matter how old you get to be, your never see the same day twice.”
Charlie Chase Dewberry Jr

Remember when I blogged about some unopened 1967 pepsi bottles that I bought at an estate sale to resell? Well, I still had some left over and decided to try one of them. Unfortunately the drink was flat but you could still taste the pepsi sweetness, except it tasted more like real sugar. Here’s a link to me drinking it: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZTdVq3FqA/ The video has over 200 views right now on TikTok and I can’t wait to get some different reactions. Do I care if people hate on me for drinking an old Pepsi from the 60s? Not really, I’m just being me and being curious. Not saying to drink an old Pepsi bottle, but what I’m saying is that perhaps you should go out and try something new; like perhaps exploring a new hobby, or reading a classic that you’ve always wanted to read.

A good friend of mine in Vegas saw my video and wants to try drinking a 1960s Pepsi. His exact words were, “You don’t get that opportunity very often.” I’m going to go ahead and mail him a bottle for him to film himself drinking it. We’re going to try and start a trend online. I’m hoping we get a chain reaction of people drinking their collectible Pepsi bottles. It’s definitely worth a shot. It doesn’t matter, at least we can get people intrigued. The goal is to entertain and send positive vibes to the four corners of the earth.

I’m aware that my post is short today and I appreciate you reading everything that I have shared this far into my blogging journey. I will cut it short tonight, but stay tuned to my greater works. I’m going to write a little bit for my novel tonight. I love you all❤️

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