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Brand Genius: Tribes of Coke

By the 1980s, it looked like Coca-Cola had maximised its growth potential. But it wanted more.

The biggest soft drinks company in the world had two options: steal customers from other beverage companies or encourage its pre-existing loyalists to buy more. 484 more words

Branding

Dinner With An Old Friend

Stars and galaxies overhead
Alcohol and chemicals in my head
Sometimes it’s too much
Other times not nearly enough
Open arms feel the love
Closed eyes feel the flood… 34 more words

Poetry

The Only Thing You Need To Know About Five Guys Testing Customizable Shakes Is That Bacon Is Involved

There are times when it’s good to keep a separation between your sweet and savory foods, probably, but once you bring bacon up, all walls can be torn down and it should be welcomed as part of any concoction. 231 more words

Chain Storefronts With Slight Makeovers Continue To Not Fool Anybody

Last year, we lamented the long hiatus of one of our favorite sites, Not Fooling Anybody, which featured makeovers of former chain storefronts that were, as the name states, not fooling anybody. 215 more words

Taking It Seriously

30 Day Blogging Challenge Day 10: Nom Nom Nom

Day 10: A photo of your favorite place to eat.

This is impossible.

I love food. So much.

I cannot possibly be expected to pick on place, out of all the places I love to eat food at. 477 more words

Chelsie Bartley

Meal for ONE GUY at FIVE GUYS. Or: Getting my burger fix at Five Guys Markham

There’s a bit of a trend that’s been sweeping Toronto the past year or so. And no, it’s not guys wearing pants that are way too tight and way too short. 1,224 more words

Reviews: Toronto (GTA) - Canada

The 11 Most Annoying People to Sit Next to On an Airplane

I’m definitely a mix of #1, #3 and #8. #Sorrynotsorry.

1. Nervous Nellie: Nervous Nellie hates flying and believes her prayers and positive thoughts are the only reason your plane hasn’t dropped out of the sky yet. 396 more words

Food For Thought