Sadly, these Diet Coke ads from Animal New York aren't the real thing, but they are pretty amusing spoofs of Droga5's new campaign, which is being interpreted by some as one big cocaine reference. Created to mimic the look and feel of...Show More Summary
The Silicon Valley creation myth is now Diet Coke advertising fodder. [via Paolo Sambrano] Read more...
Welcome home, half-empty bottle of diet coke. Meet your family: Salad dressing, expired creamer & mysterious takeout container.
New tagline is mocked for being an overt drug reference. The newest ad campaign for Diet Coke is turning heads but for reasons the brand would probably like to avoid. Launched in February under the tagline "You're On," with a spot starring Taylor Swift, it's the outdoor ads that are raising eyebrows. Read Full Story
Kara Goldin, CEO and founder of Hint Water, had a drinking problem. I was consuming products like Diet Coke and felt that I wasn't as educated as I thought. I had been tricked by things calling themselves Vitamin Water. How can it be called water when it's colored? And yet, I wasn't feeling very good and I also wasn't taking the baby weight off. Show More Summary
Apparently, Diet Coke's new ad campaign: "You're on!" is drawing fire for being a terribly irresponsible and naughty DRUG REFERENCE FOR DRUGGIES. Sometimes the billboards say, "Diet Coke. You're on." And sometimes they say, "You're on. Show More Summary
Up until 1903, Coca-Cola wasn't just a sugary, addictive beverage that's terrible for you. It had actual cocaine in it. Fast forward to 2014, and a new, tongue-in-cheek ad campaign from the company seems to make a nod to actual cocaine addiction. Show More Summary
Diet Coke's new ad campaign, which features the tagline "you're on," is drawing criticism for appearing to reference drugs. But the company dismisses such talk "Diet Coke in no way endorses or supports the use of any illegal substance," a statement from the company reads. Show More Summary
What has Diet Coke been snorting? In the way the tagline, "You're on," and logo are positioned, the brand's new ads seem to refer to drug use—appearing to spell out the phrase "You're on coke." The campaign, by Droga5 in New York, has been building considerable, um, buzz in the media and from consumers flocking to social media with mocking comments. Show More Summary
For the first time ever Diet Coke will be released as a frozen beverage. Might this heat up sales of the flagging brand?
My wife is a Diet Coke fanatic, so I took her with me to test out the new Diet Coke Cherry Slurpee at 7-Eleven.
This month, Diet Coke unveiled its latest campaign to get you hopelessly addicted to sugary garbage. In San Francisco, the ads have been marketed toward the niche tech sect, while here in NYC they seem focused on the kind of people who...Show More Summary
A UK woman began drinking Diet Coke as a teenager to help her lose weight. Now, the 42-year-old is suffering from a major addiction to the popular soft drink. Woman’s Bizarre Addiction Leads her to Drinking 50 Cans of Diet Coke a Day is a post from: CalorieLab - Health News & Information Blog
Do you like Diet Coke? Do you like brain freeze? Congrats! Today is your lucky day. Meet Diet Coke Frost Cherry. Read more...
TweetSo, the tagline sort of looks like “YOU’RE ON COKE?” That’s bold, Coca Cola. Anyway, as seen on Haight Street: Click to expand Elevator! Going up! In the gleaming corridors of the 51st floor The money can be made if you really want some more Executive decision-a clinical precision Jumping from the windows-filled with indecision [...]
For the first time in its 31-year history, cherry-flavored Diet Coke will be sold in Slurpee form at 7-Eleven locations beginning Wednesday, Feb. 26. Known as Diet Coke FROST, the drink will launch nationwide at other stores with frozen beverage machines in May. Show More Summary
I’m one of those people who has champagne taste on a Diet Coke budget. (I don’t like beer.) Image via SomeEcards.com A few years ago, I went to the Filene’s Basement “Running of the Brides” sale with one of the members of…
In case you are wondering what drinking twice your body weight in Diet Coke a week will do to your health, British Coke addict Jakki Ballan has been there and done that so you don't have to. Unless you're looking for a difficult way to get high, that is.
It's easy to make fun of the Daily Mail, but those of us who indulge in the practice often forget about paper's razor-sharp journalistic instincts, which are nowhere more evident than in this latest gem of a story about a British woman who, at one point in her acid trip of an adulthood, was consuming 50 cans of Diet Coke. Every. Single. Day. Read more...