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#160 - darthblam ONLINE (06/04/2013) [-]
I don't like these things for one reason and one reason only.

It has only one nozzle.

You see, I like to keep the taste of my Dr. Pepper pure and delicious. I don't like a little bit of Mountain Dew or Big Red mixed with it because some fuck got that shit before me.
Now I know what you're thinking, "Why don't you just tab the button and have it filter a bit before getting the drink?"
Well I do.
The problem is that that doesn't always help. Because as I'm drinking my Dr. Pepper, I can still taste that cherry tinge of Big Red in the back of my taste buds...

Drinks must have separate nozzles, lest soda purity become mixed and contaminated by the lesser soft drinks.
User avatar #256 to #160 - spellingspetsnaz (06/04/2013) [-]
People actually drink Big Red?
User avatar #242 to #160 - brehon ONLINE (06/04/2013) [-]
The only problem ive had is that, if you dont move your cup out of the way after your done dispensing, you get those droplets of the soda water stuff that is left over after all is said and done. I thought is was sprite and tasted some, it tasted like water with different soda syrups mixed in with it.
#170 to #160 - fordun (06/04/2013) [-]
Why not just make the nozzles out of glass? No flavor contamination with glass.
User avatar #172 to #170 - darthblam ONLINE (06/04/2013) [-]
Because, from what I've determined, is that the flavor doesn't get stuck in the plastic or anything, but it's that droplets get stuck on the edges and sides of the nozzle as the drink comes out. So when you get another drink it drags these droplets with it, adding the unwanted flavor.
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