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Thread: The price of 33cl can of Coca Cola

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zui Quan
    We don't use the metric system in the US. That's why we're a superior nation.

    Yeah right, you guys are just different always have to be different

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    It's not my fault that the metric system is a sign of weakness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zui Quan
    Coca Cola is not sold in 33 cl cans in the US. They are sold in 355 ml cans (35.5 cl) which equates to 12 fluid ounces. We don't use the metric system in the US. That's why we're a superior nation.

    Anyway, the average price for a can of cola in the US is around $0.75 to $0.85 depending upon the greed of the storeowner/vending machine operator.
    Ya right, blame the lack of enlightment on the metric system.
    Still i find it interesting to se how greedy store-owner-corp-thingy people are; the cheap bastard here at home wants 11 SEK for a can, when he then takes 15 SEK for a 50cl bottle. Even though this is the price set by owner and grocist (damn, don't know the spelling :P), you can still buy a germen imported can'o'cola for 5 SEK at the candy shop.
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    Well then i guess u should go to the candy store hey

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    over here.. 70 ceuro cents

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    Dam thats exspensive...

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    here is australia a can of coke takes 3 cents to make and the can cost 5 cents so like 8 cents to make a can, and they sell it wholesale for like 50 cents and street price is like $1 to $3 lolz

    Reporting From Australia lolz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zui Quan
    We don't use the metric system in the US. That's why we're a superior nation.
    Maybe we should start our own religion here at AO... something to do with converting the masses away from their country's metric system. Yeah, Zui Quan... you can be pope! Pope of the Church of Anti-Metricism?

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