Fact ChecksCokelore
More than a century after the creation of Coca-Cola, we're still as much in love with this most famous of soft drinks as our great-grandparents were. Hold up a Coke, and you proclaim all that's best about the American way of life: Coca-Cola is first dates and shy kisses, a platoon of war-weary GIs getting letters from home, and an old, rusted sign creaking in the wind outside the hometown diner. Coca-Cola is also one of the most successful companies the world has ever known; nothing can be that big and popular, so much a part of everyday life, without having legends spring up around it. Coca-Cola's uniquely influential position in our culture has led to a special set of legends we call 'Cokelore'; a collection of Coke trivia and tall tales sure to refresh even the most informationally-parched reader.
In 2021, internet users enthusiastically shared memes containing what appeared to be a Nazi-era Coca-Cola advertisement bearing the slogan "Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Getrank — Coke Ist Es" ("One People, One Realm, One Drink — Coke Is It.")
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An online advertisement said to always place Coca-Cola or Coke on your tires or wheels when traveling alone and claimed to explain here's why.
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Yellow caps on Coke bottles have a special meaning and it is that the beverage is kosher for the Jewish Passover holiday.
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Did Ronaldo’s Coca-Cola Snub Cause the Company to Lose Billions?
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Coca-Cola cans in a vending machine
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