diet pepsi

May 25th, 2002, 05:25 AM
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Leave home, please
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For the short period you are in Milan, why not try to cope? If you "do not" drink coffee, what about chocolate, which is wonderful there. No, it won't be on your diet, but neither will 9/10ths of the food there. OR you could use your caffeine-withdrawal sleepiness to get over your jet-lag -- sleep in the first morning, and then maybe get used to drinking water, juice, Oranjina, Limonata, etc. etc. etc.

If diet Pepsi were part of the Italian experience, they would have it. It's not.
 
May 25th, 2002, 05:47 AM
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Tony Hughes
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Couldn't agree more with the previous 'leave Home' poster. Just deal with it.
 
May 25th, 2002, 12:00 PM
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Doug Weller
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Pepsi Max is available in Italy, certainly in Milan. At the very least, she can buy some in a supermarket.
If that's what gets her going in the mornings, why shouldn't she drink it? Italians clearly do.

Doug
 
May 25th, 2002, 04:07 PM
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Nancy
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Doug, Thank you again and everyone else who was helpful. I was asking for advice not criticism. I do try to follow the local customs and have travelled quite a lot in my 57 years. I was only asking if the product was available. I am certainly not an "ugly american" who insists on iced tea in London or cheeseburgers in a Greece. However, as anyone who enjoys diet pepsi or coke or whatever, I certainly do not thing a simple query as to its availability is such an outrageous request.
 

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