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OK......WTF ? :huh::lol:


In Australia in 2011, Coca-Cola began the "share a Coke" campaign, where the Coca-Cola logo was replaced on the bottles and replaced with first names. Coca-Cola used the 150 most popular names in Australia to print on the bottles. They've added another 50 names since then.


And no, it seems my name isn't on their list yet. A few of my friends have found theirs though.

Funnily enough, my Dad bought me a Coke recently without looking at the label and didn't notice it had my mum's name!

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