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Pleas’n?

Sign above the drinks in the cafeteria. I have no idea if they meant to make Seasons and Pleas plural possessive – or were trying to signify that letters were missing. Either way, they’ve failed to make any sense. And what does either one have to do with Pepsi?

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(Thanks, ttuschhoff!)

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mino says:

This has no apostrophe abuse… failure on the moderators.

p3orion says:

Wrong, Mino. I assume this was a colloquial spelling of “Seasons and Pleasings” in an effort to make it rhyme somewhat, but even so, “Seasons” needs no apostrophe, while “n” needs two.

Krumble1 says:

I believe Pleas’n stands for pleasing. But I still have no idea what it has to do with Pepsi.