Canada Dry Ginger Ale: The Perfect Drink to Serve at Your Next Exorcism

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(Enniskillen, Ontario) Before you try to say anything, no, this is not an ad. We are simply huge fans of Canada Dry Ginger Ale and want to tell you more about this fun little drink. Canada Dry Ginger Ale is the fastest growing ginger-based beverage in America and there is a very good reason why: Canada Dry Ginger Ale is the in drink for exorcisms this fall season. With how gauche typical exorcisms are, it’s no wonder so many people are trying to spice up the demon eviction with this fun and tasty beverage.

 

Now, I will admit that the first exorcism I attended on Mischief Night of this year I was taken aback by the sight of Canada Dry Ginger Ale. Why, I hadn’t seen one of those since I was a young glowing haze. It took me back to simpler days, before I had to exist within this corporeal flesh and pay rent. Oh, the good ol days.

 

But enough nostalgia, let’s talk about the trend that’s happening now. While at first I was caught off guard by the Ginger Ale, I knew my way around an exorcism and knew to keep my cool. I asked my host “Hey bud, what’s with the Canada Dry?”

 

“Oh you haven’t heard? Canada Dry Ginger Ale is the it thing for exorcisms this year.”

 

I was stunned. How could I have not heard of this? It was my job to know the exorcism trends. My job title is literally “Host of Exorcism Trends: The Vlog.” I was distraught, but as I said I knew what to do. I told him that of course I knew about Canada Dry Ginger Ale and I believe I even went so far as to tell him I had been drinking the Ale since I was just a little glowing haze. He seemed uncomfortable with me telling him this, but I guess people do still have their prejudices.

 

At the next exorcism, I came prepared. I hid an extra Canada Dry Ginger Ale in my pocket so that I would be either able to refresh myself should I need to or be the only person cool enough to bring his own Ale. A classic win/win situation. Well, the subject didn’t survive the exorcism, so I feel weird calling it a winning situation. But honestly, that’s just what is was. I’m a winner.

 

So don’t forget come your next exorcism (they have been getting more regular lately) and grab some Canada Dry Ginger Ale today!

 

 

 

 

 

This article was written by Nathan Ellwood, who would like to re-iterate that this post was not sponsored by Canada Dry. But it could have been. Call me Canada, I know we can make it through this. We’ve hit a rough spot. Everyone fights. It will be OK. Follow Nathan for more on Twitter @NPEllwood.

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