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“About a year after the Intervention episode aired, I went to Walgreens to purchase some Sanka and Axe Bodyspray.”
“Sanka each time, tsk tsk, and I'm fated to take it ... but not Skirt, who's moving”
“Starbucks will begin testing the soluble coffee — a term that conjures up images of instant brands such as Folgers, Sanka and Brim — by selling it in Starbucks cafes as early as next month.”
“We leaned across the table toward each other, that morning and other mornings, drinking cups of coffee (later Sanka) and eating and smoking until we had to quit, and told each other stories about our pasts, our families, our school loves, our hopes for adventure.”
“In one of her divulging narratives since she'd moved in Mimi had confessed to Nan that she'd been starving herself since she was in the tenth grade, and up until the point when she was hospitalized, her daily intake of food had been little more than half a can of corn Niblets and ten cups of Sanka.”
“The episode brings to mind the "Saturday Night Live" spoof of former vice president Cheney in a cave in Kandahar, stalking bin Laden with the benefit of a "bionic ticker" that makes him invisible to radar and brews Sanka: "I'm a one-man Afghani wrecking crew!”
“Whatever, scoff the Tea Partiers -- when we said we wanted change, we wanted it Instant, like Sanka!”
“I was also surprised that most of the people who (very graciously) offered me coffee gave me Sanka instant coffee, not actual brewed coffee – strange since some of the best coffee in the world is grown in Africa!”
“Memories of the cruise and its vats of beige Sanka sloshed over me metaphorically speaking.”
“Looks like it's Skippy and Sanka for you for a little while longer, boyo!”
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