7UP Soda Can, 1960's

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    1. Jason B. 115 months ago | reply

      I don't think I ever heard that slogan around the bottom of the can.

      Not sure if I care to get that personal with my soda.

    2. Roadsidepictures 115 months ago | reply

      The following slogans were used on 1930's-60's 7up bottles:

      "You Like It-It Likes You"; "For the Stomach's Sake, Do Not Stir or Shake"; "Alkali Reaction Settles the Stomach"; "A Cooler Off, A Fresher Up".

    3. Husker Don't [deleted] 104 months ago | reply

      remember all the 7-up imitators? Bubble Up & Upper 10 are the only ones I can recall right now, but there were alot of them. I guess Sprite is the only real contender now.

    4. Roadsidepictures 104 months ago | reply

      I always liked Teem!

    5. JasonLiebig 94 months ago | reply

      Oooh! I missed this one before! This is an awesome 7-Up can style! I don't think I've seen this style before. Super duper cool!

    6. matt troy 81 months ago | reply

      have one down my basement

    7. gairid1791 81 months ago | reply

      Is it true that they used to add lithium to 7-Up? That might be why 'you like it' !

    8. Roadsidepictures 80 months ago | reply

      leppoflip1: I've reported you to Flickr for spamming.

    9. Urban Woodswalker 79 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Fan>TAB>ulous Aluminum & Tin Can ART, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    10. burningviolin 70 months ago | reply

      I vividly remember this can. This was one of the early pull ring tops, which was revolutionary. Before this, you needed a "church key" to
      open it.

    11. Screamin' Demon 53 months ago | reply

      Bubble Up was NOT a 7up imitator. It was first marketed nine years BEFORE 7up.

    12. Urban Woodswalker 53 months ago | reply

      I do not drink soda anymore, but the history and advertisng/ packaging design are some of the greatest in America's popular culture.

    13. Roberto41144 40 months ago | reply

      Ok Allen its Trivia Time; What year did the first Pop Can make its debut?

    14. Roadsidepictures 40 months ago | reply

      I'm not sure about that one, Roberto...I know it was in the 1930's...maybe 1937?

    15. Roberto41144 40 months ago | reply

      I didn't realize it was that early. I thought it cans came out in the late 60's. On Andy Griffith Show, when they were at Wally's Filling Station Andy would some times say to Barney: "You want a bottle of pop?"

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