If the sight of the sparkly Coco-Cola lorry and the sound of the ‘Holidays are Coming’ song gives you a proper throb-on, then you’ll go nuts to hear that the Corona Pop Lorry will be doing the rounds in Wales this year too.
Calling in at 30 venues across Wales, the lorry will get you in the festive spirit by offering bottles of American Soda, Dandelion and Burdock, Cherryade and Limeade, as well as their usual offerings of lemonade and stuff.
Driver Gerald Tuppence told WalesOnCraic:
“I’m so happy to be driving this lorry around Wales. I’d much rather do this than my normal job which is a butcher. I’m fed up of chopping up dead animals. Hopefully it will put some smiles on Welsh faces.”
But critics have pointed out that Corona pop is no longer made and that it’s all part of a crap website trying to get laughs. Gemma DourGrits told WalesOnCraic:
“You’re obviously just out to get Facebook likes and shares. There is absolutely no truth in this story whatsoever.”
The Corona Pop lorry will be visiting Wales in December, except it won’t really. It’d be nice if it did though. If you take your old bottles along, they’ll give you a penny for each one. Except they won’t.