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Song Parodies -> "Me and My ACP"

Original Song Title:

"Me and My RC"

Original Performer:

Royal Crown Cola Commercial

Parody Song Title:

"Me and My ACP"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

Dedicated to HIUTH!!!
In Cali, guns are slim pickin's,
not a lot of foreign stuff
All-American, Colt ARs,
And Rugers that aren't tough
People think that I am crazy,
With the guns that I do choose
All stats aside, I cannot lie
With HK one can't lose!
Me and my APC, HK USP
'Cause what's good enough for other folks
Isn't as good as what's from Germany!!!

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Rob Arndt - July 28, 2015 - Report this comment
http://hk-usa.com/wp-content/uploads/2-USP45-Tactical-StillLife-AUG-19-2014.jpg
Rob Arndt - July 28, 2015 - Report this comment
And for SMG lovers, the HK UMP-45: http://www.firearmsworld.net/german/hk/ump/UMP40Right.jpg
Jonathan - July 28, 2015 - Report this comment
nice! 5's while not as good as RC Cola have you ever had Diet Coke sweetened with Splenda? that's pretty good too!
Rob Arndt - July 28, 2015 - Report this comment
Jon, better than that... do you have BevMos in the south? They sell all sorts of beverages and have exotic sodas from domestic to foreign. German Puma Cola is like Pepsi, but with honey and a touch of cinnamon added. Super smooth! Moxie is an old Coke rival from 19th century that was an elixir turned soda. It has a unique taste that must be acquired. Bitter from gentian root. Makes tongue and throat numb. Jones fruit drinks are awesome too. I get Jones green apple soda and blue cream soda. Also try Faygo Strawberry and Rowdy Roddy Piper bubble gum soda! Bubble Up is still around too. Japanese sodas are weird with the porcelain ball inside the neck to prevent spillage. You have to remove the plug from the cap and push the ball down to drink at first. Weird. I have a local German Deli, so I get my brats and German sodas there. Nice Reuben sandwiches too with sauerkraut... mmm!!!
Jonathan - July 28, 2015 - Report this comment
^ I don't believe we have one of those in my area I have however had japanese sodas before my brother (who is kind of obsessed with japanese culture) bought some once from an asian market they weren't bad!
Patrick - July 29, 2015 - Report this comment
Looks like the conversation strayed from guns to soda ("pop" in Kansas City). I found some Zuberfizz Key Lime Cream Soda in Westport, MO last year. Great stuff. First time I saw Moxie was in Branson. OK, but nothing thrilling. Many stores in KCK sell Mexican Coca-Cola. Better than the US stuff. Difference is cane sugar vs corn syrup. There was a story on TV about a new store in Lawrence, Kansas that sells exotic brands of soda from around the country. Haven't been there yet. Don't really need to be drinking a lot of sugary soft drinks in any event. I have seen the Japanese stuff with the glass ball plug. Too little content for the American taste, and the price was rather high.
Rob Arndt - July 29, 2015 - Report this comment
But you didn't comment on the guns, Patrick! Here's a weird one for you: http://qph.is.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-07e70dd350e6b97dbb3911e516db76d5?convert_to_webp=true
Rob Arndt - July 29, 2015 - Report this comment
Check out this first real attempt at a PDW: http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/ao_46-tm-tfb.jpg
Rob Arndt - July 30, 2015 - Report this comment
Patrick, your comment on Moxie is baffling unless your taste buds are failing. Moxie is unique. The gentian root flavoring feels like novacaine. It numbs the throat and tongue. It is an acquired taste. Most describe it as licking railroad ties or pennies! I joked with my nephew the first time I tried it that we were being poisoned! But chilled and drunk from the bottle, never a glass it grows on you. The Japanese sodas are way too small to satisfy and any flavor is lost a few minutes after consumption. I call them void sodas, although I will drink with roasted edamame or snap peas. Sprechers makes good German sodas of Puma Cola, root beer, cream soda... but another flavor tastes like what Windex smells like! I buy Russian terragon soda at Russian delis or European markets which are plentiful in Sacramento. Very smooth and soothing. Other non-fruit Russian sodas taste like medicine. Walmart stocks RC and Diet Rite still and Bubble Up is at BevMo or import shops. Nazi Germany invented Fanta due to Coca-Cola's refusal in 1940 to provide the ingredients for the German plant. It's short for fantasy. The Coca-Cola polar bear is derived from Fanta's WW2 polar bear costume...
Double Trouble - July 30, 2015 - Report this comment
In southern Indiana and in Kentucky there is Double Cola. Not a very wide area of distribution but worth checking out. Good stuff.
Rob Arndt - July 30, 2015 - Report this comment
When I was a kid DC was my favorite soda. In 16oz bottles it had the twisting neck. It just disappeared in the '80s. I can get it direct from Tennessee, but it's expensive. $8 for a 12 can plus shipping. I order food and beverages online now and then. I wonder if NASA still sells space food sticks???
Tina - August 01, 2015 - Report this comment
Sorry, but the company that made space food sticks went out of business in 2011. You can still buy astronaut food, but not that item anymore.

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