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Diet Coke and Mentos was basically the first viral trend in the history of YouTube, and just like every major fad that followed, the videos were immensely enjoyed by everyone before it was beaten to death and forgotten. However, a few people who don't really understand the concepts of timeliness and originality have attempted to resurrect the experiment -- including one admittedly enjoyable video of a guy covering himself in Mentos before jumping into a tub full of soda. I'm assuming that's what inspired the people behind the subtly named Sexperimental LOLPervs to conduct a "Mentos Bikini and Diet Coke Experiment," just like I assume their target demographic is year-olds who haven't figured out a way around their parents' web filters.
Another such example is a Coca-Cola advertising poster supposedly released in South Australia and recalled after the company discovered the artist had hidden some rather obvious sexual imagery in one of the ice cubes surrounding the bottle of Coke:. This poster was released in the mid 80s and prompted a total recall of all posters because of the picture painted in ice-cubes at bottom right corner — a woman performing an act. The graphic artist who designed the picture put this in as a joke, and it went through unnoticed until someone spotted it on the back of a Coke truck. The artist lost his job and was sued, and all promotional material had to be recalled and destroyed.