This video of two little lads loling over a bottle Lucozade will brighten your whole day.
Who loves orange soda? Judging by this video, these little lads certainly do though it's sparked quite a ferocious debate online as to what the drink is actually called.
Fiercely loyal to the "high glucose rocket fuel", Irish people have been piping up in the comments to say that it is not 'orange soda' but Lucozade.
Who in their right mind would call lucozade orange soda? https://t.co/EtyRUt4BbX
— cmack. (@caitlinmack_) May 15, 2020
Orange soda?? That my friend is an orange lucozade https://t.co/slEycLvUk2
— alice (@AliceGo82504502) May 15, 2020
This is Lucozade not just orange soda so I absolutely understand why this is happening to them 🤣🤣🤣 https://t.co/VUxQKrm7pz
— lisa in the streets (@lisathelacebean) May 15, 2020
How dare you refer to this as orange soda.. this is LUCOZADE🔥❤️ https://t.co/Z08dOjlvwz
— Raultjie (@raulstevens14) May 15, 2020
Described by one as "the elixir of life", ask any Irish mammy and they'll tell you that a bottle of Lucozade (or flat 7up) and a slice of toast will leave you right as rain - no matter the ailment. Chickenpox? Broken bone? Stomach bug? It's a one size fits all kind of treatment... and maybe it's the placebo effect, but it generally seems to work too.
Some aren't so convinced that there's just Lucozade in the bottle but as we've learned over the past few weeks, isolation will do strange things to a person and soon even a fizzy drink can seem like the funniest thing in the world.
That is awesome, I wonder if there was anything else in the “ORANGE SODA”??? https://t.co/Pj43w3J7vD
— Brian Hassett (@coachHassett15) May 15, 2020
Laughter is contagious though as they say and I dare you to watch this and keep a straight face. I'll bet you a tenner you can't.
If you’ve had a rough week check out these brothers sharing an orange soda.
Dare you to not smile.🌎❤️😂😉pic.twitter.com/2GlI8rRDxz
— Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) May 14, 2020
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