It's Thursday, February 21, and a UK Restaurant Is Selling 'Tampon'-Topped, Period-Themed Pancakes
Plus, should this guy who accidentally left a $22,000 tip get his money back?
Letter From ISIS Fighter Complains That Soldiers Don't Get Enough Sandwiches
“Hardly the die-hard jihadi warrior that they like to portray, just a moaning Westerner that’s out of his depth," says the British fighter who found the letter.
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Tell Me What Soda You Drink, and I'll Tell You Who You Are
A children’s party with generic-brand cola sends the same message as a wedding with Aldi wine does: We’re here to fucking party.
Pepsi Thinks 2018 Is a Great Time to Start Making "Snacks for Women"
At long last—chips that ladies can eat, too!
Lawsuit Claims that 'Diet' Soda Makes People Gain Weight
Diet soda has been under fire for decades from groups and experts who say that it's not a healthy option.
May Day Protesters Shared Pepsi with Cops by Throwing Cans at Them
The soda has become a weapon of unity, but maybe not in the way that their advertising team had hoped.
PR People Are Failing Right Now
A veteran public relations officer told us why United Airlines, Sean Spicer, and Pepsi should have known better.
How to Recover From a Major Screwup
A persuasion expert shows you how to apologize—without having to say you're sorry.
Pepsi's Protest Ad Is Just One Example of Big Soda’s Hidden Hypocrisy
Move over, Kendall—Big Soda really does fund fake protests nationwide.
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Pepsi Is Pulling That Controversial Kendall Jenner Ad
"Pepsi was trying to project a global a message of unity, peace, and understanding. Clearly, we missed the mark, and we apologize."
The Chemical Brothers Told Us 20 Years Ago That This Pepsi Ad Wouldn't Work
Their are some undeniable similarities between the new Kendall Jenner-starring ad and the 1999 music video for the UK duo's song "Out Of Control."
Philly's Soda Tax Is Working So Well that Pepsi Is Laying Off Workers
In its first month, the 1.5 cent tax on each ounce of soda raised double the money that the city had expected it to.