Nuka Cola Quantum was a drink in the Fallout series, while it didn't really was responsible for the nuclear bombing... it was a bit a reflect of the bit of naivety in an Earth era where Marie Curie died from over exposure to Radium because she always brought a bottle of it with her to study without lead casing or those employees using a radioactive paint on numbers of clocks and being good at their painting always straightening the hairs of their brushes with their tongue or even in the TV show I Love Lucy;
I let you find out about how cigarettes were presented (Thought I understand like taken with alcohol the impression it might had given to fumigate lungs against germs and viruses)
@Marquise* Oh, I remember that stuff. I didn't get too into Fallout (college life was too overbearing), but I remember seeing some of the gameplay, and like this adult themed game I once played, thought it was pretty sad...
lol did I just say to combine Cyanide and Scotch?
That wouldn't just kill ya, it would have you in pieces all over the place (like if you swallowed a live grenade)... o.o
Edit: lol, just watched the video (I'd like to know how to create YouTube posts), and I cannot believe anyone would fall for that.
I showed my friend this via Facebook, and she's probably in stitches right now (as in rotflol).
@ReapergurlDon't laugh too hard; we still have fluorite in our water and Aspartame in our sweets. Less radioactive but as... errr... You know finally making cola with the water faucet and adding aspartame in it and... 8X And yeah I was surprised that in the 50's it was still not known to not use radioactivity out of monitored hospital necessities. And... if you got the courage, opening a Google account let you post on YouTube even if you don't open your own channel THANKS Google + (I am not too found of Google + I dunno how now we can send private messages amongst YouTube users as in privately.)
Back in ye ole '90s, my friends and i would frequent 24 hour diners (on the East coast, there's one every mile or so), and you could get a vanilla coke with a side of extra vanilla syrup. It was amazing.
I'm not a soda person, though. I like root beer now and then, and Dr Pepper, and cream soda floats with chocolate ice cream, but just drinking soda regularly sounds terrible. I'm a coffee and tea kind of person. I was a vodka person for a while, but I can no longer drink any liquor without being sick for 3 days. Thanks, body.