I must say, when I'm looking for a soda beverage, yet don't want the caffeine, there's nothing better than Diet A&W Root Beer. <br><br>Have some sometime!<br><br><img src=http://cdn.weightwatchers.com/images/1033/dynamic/foodandrecipes/2004/07/lg_photo_aw.jpg><br><br>Oh, and to the anti-pop water jihadists: lick my taint. <br><br>
Loc: United States
Funny you mention it, because the wife and I had some real ones made at home over the weekend- French Vanilla ice cream from Turkey Hill (wanted Vanilla bean but they were out), and A&W root beer (reg, not diet) in a tall glass with a long spoon and a 'bendy' straw...<br><br>It's the simple pleasures...<br><br><br><br>Back in Black...
Loc: Lancaster PA USA
Anybody here remember going to the franchised A&W car hop drive-in restaurants?<br><br>There was one near where I grew up, and it was such an anachronistic treat to cruise for burgers there with Mom and Dad in Dad's big ol Buick convertible.<br><br>That property is now a bait and tackle shop.<br><br><br>
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