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Take Pepsi(or coke) and simply add laughing gas in its liquid form
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I had an idea one day when I was drinking Wild Cherry Pepsi....Laughing gas cola. It would get you high on laughing gas while you enjoyed the nice refreshing taste of Pepsi. They could call it FunnyCoke or something to that same marketing affect. I would buy one. I would even endorse (not that Coke would care that I endorsed it). I think that this is a really good idea and all the cola executives should produce FunnyCoke.
chainy, Jul 19 2003

Helium soda http://www.halfbake.../idea/Helium_20soda
[phoenix, Oct 04 2004]

Nitrous cream soda http://www.halfbake...rous_20cream_20soda
[phoenix, Oct 04 2004]


       Fizzy nitric acid anyone?
FloridaManatee, Jul 20 2003

       How well it works has no relevance to how it is marketed.
sartep, Jul 20 2003

       // Ever laughed and had a carbonated beverage come out of your nose? //   

       The sniglet for that is "Carbonozziate".
phundug, Jul 21 2003

       The main reason laughing gas works is because you breathe it into your lungs. At least here in America, you generally ingest cola into your stomach.
DeathNinja, Jul 21 2003

       //At least here in America, you generally ingest cola into your stomach// That's funny here in the UK it disolves teeth, rots livers and sends kids brains hyperactive.
silverstormer, Jul 21 2003

       I think you're confusing soda pop with Prince William
DeathNinja, Jul 22 2003


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