My Diet Coke Can Does Not Make Sense…

It has a Christmas scene of a family of Polar Bears getting ready to mail a card to Santa, and the words:




I read it:  give “lahyv” love, and commented to my wife “As apposed to giving dead love?  I don’t get it.”

Mrs. Pupster, in her infinite patience and wisdom, said “No, it’s:  give, “liv“, love, dear…”

True love is not saying “You moron” (out loud) when you are perfectly justified.  How did YOU read it?


5 Responses to My Diet Coke Can Does Not Make Sense…

  1. Elzbth says:

    Your write. Your wive is a deer.

  2. geoff says:

    At least it didn’t say “Bite the Wax Tadpole.”

  3. kevlarchick says:

    Um, as another patient soul, I will quietly tell you your Coke chick ad has a teeth grinding grammatical error.

    On another note, I got my Slipknot fix this morning. Thanks, man.

  4. Pupster says:

    Thanks KC & ELZBTH…

    Subtle hints are lost on the Pupster.

    Sledge hammer to skull = light tap on shoulder

  5. S. Weasel says:

    Okay, but…even pronounced correctly, WHAT THE HELL DOES IT MEAN?!? Is it the answer to the question, “name three words that hippies find appealing”? Or maybe a bunch of people were hanging around some boring forum one night playing “change one letter in this word to make a new word” and this was the deepest three in a row. Not counting MICE NICE NILE.

    You realize the gink that thought this up makes a squillionty jillion dollars, most of which he spends on really good drugs so he can think up slogans like GIVE LIVE LOVE and pitch them to somebody at a huge corporation with a straight face.

    Ummm…Happy Thanksgiving!

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