Scott Hardie | February 15, 2002
If you read two posts back, you know that I'm upset that my favorite beverage, Mr. Pibb, has been discontinued and replaced with a new version. I managed to get the last of the grocery's stock of it, though. If you read one post back, you know that I'm very sick these days. So what happens sometimes when you get sick? You associate a certain flavor or aroma with being sick, and you can't taste/smell it again. That's happened to me now with Mr. Pibb. Every sip of the stuff makes me want to gag. Good timing, I guess.


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