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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Hummer, Oct 8, 2006.
Do you still shake a snapple bottle up using the old fashion, ever popular, palm to bottom method?
I turn it upside down, and then spank the bottom with the palm of my hand. So yes.
I don't "spank" the snapple per say, but i turn it upside down, shake, and watch it dissolve the crap caked on the bottom of the bottle. By the time i got into Snapple the whole spanking thing was out of fashion
I stopped spanking my Snapple before my 40th Birthday.
I haven't had a Snapple in so long. I do the spank with other things though. Not to shake up things but just to hear the popping noise.
I assumed the title was euphemistic and MR had hit bottom. Obviously not.
So what is 'Snapple'?
Every time. The cap has to 'pop' too, otherwise you didn't hit it hard enough.
They're a drink company.
I've been told you can loose sensation if you spank it to hard.
These anti-depressants that I'm on take the urge out of doing it; which is great for me since Snapple can be so messy and sticky.
I'm not much in the snapple culture... what is this snapple spank? why can't it just be shaken normally?
When you spank the bottom, the cap pops and it comes right off
Am I the only one who thought spanking the snapple meant something that had nothing to do with a fruit drink?
I too was thinking euphemistically - what a disappointment.
Still, I'm struggling with the concept of spanking soft drink...crazy Americans.
So... these are reasons why "spanking the Snapple" is necessary? Odd, I don't think I'd want to mix that mold into my drink.
I've never "spanked" my drinks but I always give them a tap on the lid.
Katie, you can spank my Snapple anytime.
Is there any other way??? I turn it over give it to nice, solid spanks, maybe 3... and bam! we are good to go.
I dunno why, but there is just something about snapple- I always feel so happy when I have one.