A grocery employee who reportedly consumed 30 Pepsi cans (or 10 liters) every day for 20 years says he has given up drinking.
According to reports, Andy Currie spent up to £140,000 over a 20-year period on the daily consumption of 10 liters of soda.
The 41-year-old from Bangor, North Wales, claims that since he started abusing Pepsi in his 20s, he has consumed over 219,000 cans, or nearly 8,000 kilograms, or 7 million sugar cubes.
I’ve always enjoyed the flavor of a cold Pepsi, stated Andy. Nothing could top it, and I couldn’t get enough.
I needed the sugar rush to keep me going because I work evenings. Every day, I would drink four to five two-liter Pepsi bottles.
I could just buy it after work and take it home because I work at Tesco.
Andy, however, claims he now regrets his actions because he could have bought a car every year with the “money” he has wasted on his preferred soft drink.
I would go to the refrigerator as soon as I woke up, pour myself a big glass of Pepsi, and simply get through the day.
“I recall going to weddings and birthday parties and toasting individuals with a can of fizzy pop while other people had glasses of champagne.”
Andy reached a weight of 19 stone before deciding that urgent action was required.
His medical professionals issued a diabetes risk warning.
Through diet and exercise, he lost two stone, but it was difficult for him to give up the soft drink.
He claims he has broken the habit and has drunk water for the first time in 20 years since beginning online hypnosis, though.
“David met me online and hypnotized me for around 40 minutes,” Andy remarked.
I’m not sure what he said, but after that I just didn’t want to drink it.
I still have two cans of Pepsi in my refrigerator that I intended to drink prior to the session but ran out of time.