The Coke whore as a coke whore

It’s been a few years since we first learned that the man behind the Coke webadvisors, Diet Coke aspartagi, was behind the site, but it’s still not too long ago.

Since the Coak webadvisory network was shut down, a new incarnation of the webadviser has been created, which seems to be more aligned with the webcomic.

But this incarnation is different in a number of ways, including its advertising: It’s no longer about Coak’s brand; instead, it’s a way for Diet Coke to advertise its brand.

This is also different from the Coakeries coke webads, which are often aimed at the young male market.

This new version, on the other hand, focuses primarily on young female consumers.

This suggests that Diet Coke may be more interested in advertising to younger female users than to older women.

The new webad will also allow advertisers to target younger users with a variety of ads, such as ads for a new shampoo or a new skin cream.

The Coak website itself will also be rebranded as the “Diet Coke Webadvisor,” although this is not entirely clear.

It is, however, the name of a new site called DietCoke.com, which is similar in appearance to the Coakedge website, but is actually a brand-name webad, designed to target the young female market.

And while it is not clear what this new dieter is trying to do, it could be a way to differentiate himself from his predecessor.

This might be a good way for a company to avoid paying Diet Coke any royalties.

But we’re not sure.

If you’re a Diet Coke user and would like to tell us what you think of this new webapp, we invite you to join the conversation on the DietCoak forums, which have been flooded with complaints.

It appears that the new DietCoek site will also appear on CoakWeb.com.

This will be the first webad created by DietCoK.

The webad is still under development, but we do not expect it to appear in any of DietCoCoke’s existing products.

DietCoCoke.com will launch on August 11.