Hey Miss Becky- Cute story boo..
Years ago, during a not so great marriage, *but would still call him my friend* I spent some time in group therapy.
During one session, our therapist, and one hell of a nice guy btw... kept us waiting for a very long time in a closed room, Texas Summer heat- You get the idea here...
Agony as time went on, and he was nowhere to be found.
Finally, he showed up, but by now, all of us (4-5) were trippin! omg.. "Where were you, omg it's flippen hot in here" ...
He came in with an unopened can of Coke! Red can girl, and shaking the **** out of the thing, then the fool slammed it down on the table in front of all us as and then proceeded to OPEN IT!
Yes, he was about to open a hot, shook up can of coke girl.. Omg you can only guess what we all did.. Yep... Jump Back Girl... lol lol- Wtf's were flying out of all of us- giggle giggle..
Here is the moral of the story- He stopped Miss Becky... he did not open the can of coke, he stopped with his finger on the tab girl... and said...
"That's what each and every one of you is right now... each one of you is a shook up can of coke, and all it will take is for one thing to pop you tab, and you are going to explode"
Be safe boo- and it's ok... All of us are at one time or another... the shook up can of coke, but ya know what- as long as we don't explode, and we get "cool" again- we are very refreshing and people do come to us when THEY need to "cool down"
This is all it's going to take for any one of us to finally
"I'd Like to Buy the World a Coke" had its origins on January 18, 1971, in a London fog. Bill Backer, creative director on the Coca-Cola account for the McCann-Erickson advertising agency, was flying to London to meet up with Billy Davis, the music director on theCoca-Colaaccount, to write radio commercials with two successful British songwriters, Roger Cook and Roger Greenaway, to be recorded by the New Seekers, a popular British singing group.