1) The source of all evil
2) Watered-down Coke-flavored lube
Note that Coke is better than Pepsi, and that the only way one could get the flavor of Pepsi would be to water down Coke-flavored lube and bottle it.
1) OH SHIT, I had to buy a Pepsi and now my life is cursed by the carbonated drink gods!!
2) Ugh, this Coke imitation drink tastes like lube!
The main substitute for coke... both spend tens of millions of dollars on advertising a year and the effect is...
Customer: can i have a can of coke please?
Barman: sorry mate, only got Pepsi
Customer: that'll do!
Quebec, Canada, slang for French-Canadian. Based on Pepsi's early marketing as a cheap substitute for Coke. Early jingle: "Pepsi-Cola hits the spot/Twelve full ounces, that's a lot (Coke had 7 ounces)/Twice as much for a nickel, too/Pepsi-Cola is the drink for you". The slur was that French-Canadians were also cheap imitations.
"These two Pepsis go into a bar..."
A company that copied almost every single product coke made. Pepsi also tries way too hard to be "cool" and "hip".
Pepsi Edge = Coke C2
Pepsi Vanilla = Vanilla Coke
Pepsi One = TaB Cola
Wild Cherry Pepsi = Cherry Coke
Pepsi Twist = Diet coke with Lemon
PLUS MANY MORE
Derogatory term for low class French-Canadians. (based on the preferance and quantity of pepsi consumed)
*girl 1: hey that guy is hot
*guy: Allo-bonjour sexy madame
*girl 2: naw, just a pepsi
Code word frequently used by high school students to mean cocaine. (Pepsi = coke = cocaine). Frequently used over telephone and instant messenger-type conversations.
"Yeah, Max is getting me more pepsi for the weekend...should I try to hook you up?"
Old man that rides a bike with a Montreal Canadian's tuque and/or jacket.
Guy : Hey! There's Pepsi! Hey Pepsi!
Pepsi : Allo!