One of the most interesting parts of pop culture is the existence of urban legends. I love them, and certainly can be found watching the TV shows that “bust” the myths we've all heard. Since Coke is a part of pop culture, it's certainly the subject of many legends.
There's one traveling around the Internet about
Now I've just learned of a really fantastic myth: "Coca-Cola was the favored drink of Pharaoh Ramses. An inscription found in his tomb, when translated, was found to be almost identical to the recipe used today."
I love this one because it is so ridiculous. The best proof point – of many – is that
One myth that is at least kind of based in reality is that
So many myths and rumors exist about
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