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Desc:We secretly replaced MC Hammer's Pepsi with Coke! Let's see what happens!
Category:Advertisements, Classic TV Clips
Tags:Coke, Pepsi, 90s, MC Hammer, Proper
Submitted:kingarthur
Date:08/16/10
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Comment count is 9
Stopheles - 2010-08-16
I'd actually forgotten the source of the "PRAHpuh!" in-joke that occasionally still makes appearances when I see friends from high school.

Also: Pepsi was available in 'refillable containers"? Were there refill stations by Hammer's merch booth?
twinkieafternoon - 2010-08-16
My friend has this commercial taped on VHS.
Adramelech - 2010-08-16
Haha because Coke is old and boring and dumb old boring people drink it, I get it.
Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2010-08-16
I wish I could find the episode of him on Oprah during the peak of his fame.
The Mothership - 2010-08-16
I have been trying to find and submit this for some time, good work.
memedumpster - 2010-08-16
It's just that he had built up a tolerance to Coke, you see, so had to switch it up occasionally. If that's him singing I want to hear him sing more.
The God of Biscuits - 2010-08-16
There was a time when this was cool
garcet71283 - 2010-08-16
It never stopped being cool you philistine.

Lazer Chachi - 2010-08-17
The white kid in the crowd is Adrian Brody. This is fact.
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