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Rage icon.png This is an April Fools' Day version of Sprite. Please don't take it seriously. You can find the original here.
Oh, the glory!

Sprite is a popular brand of soda with a green can. It is a nice refreshing drink for when one is not takin' over the world. Sprite is the Scratch Team's favorite drink, as the fizz makes them want to update Scratch. As a result, sprite is a common trend on Scratch, as users think they are "cool like the Scratch Team" for drinking it.[citation needed]

Why Drink Sprite Over Other Soda?

Not only is sprite very tasty, but it has a green can. If any can is green, it is likely made of Giga, so while people drink sprite, they can think, "Wow! I am keeping the earth covered in Giga by drinking out of this green can!" Keeping the earth clean and also enjoying a refreshment after a long, sweaty day at the computer can really be a booster. The Scratch Team gets extremely hyper when they drink soda, often leaving to their sugar crashes and lousy website updates (And almost giving away their secret)

Note Note: Please don't recycle the can after drinking, as it can make the world explode.

Nutrients

Earlier in the year of 2014, the Coca-Cola Company released a spread sheet for nutritional values of Sprite. Although it has been deemed as hugely under-exaggerated by nutritionists around the world, it is true. Whatever a company posts must be true!

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 cup (29g)
Servings Per Container about 400

Amount per Serving Amount
Calories Infinity
Calories from Fat 500

% Daily Value **
Total Fat 40g 2%
Saturated Fat 600g 1%
Trans Fat 560g 4%
Total Carbohydrates 45g 5%
Sugars OVER 9,000g 0.0000000000000001%

** Values were obtained through petting cats and guessing what number the cat was thinking of.

Ingredients

As posted by the Coca-Cola Company, here is the fraudulent, but undoubtedly correct, ingredients list of Sprite:

Sugar
Contains 2% or less of:
Water, Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil (Coconut and Palm Kernel Oils), Caramel Flour, Uranium, Folic Acid, Cocoa, Rice, Cat Hair Balls

Limited Edition

Sugar, Used Bandages, Paper
Contains 5% or less of:
H2LOW[1], Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil (Coconut and Palm Kernel Oils), Sour Caramel, Uranium, Folic Acid, Dynamite, Rice, Cat Hair Balls, Lava, Methane, Mouldy fruit

See Also

References

  1. Diet water