— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) February 24, 2013
And for good reason. Family pizza night? No 2-liter bottles of soda for you!
@foxnews so now you can't get a 2 ltr soda with your pizza order in NYC cause of Nanny Bloomberg
— Kevin (@goglobalfood) February 24, 2013
Won't be able to order a 2 L bottle of soda for the family with my pizza or get juice w my bottle service at club? Bad Bloomberg
— Matthew Schulman MD (@nycplasticsurg) February 24, 2013
Nanny Bloomberg knows best, you see. You poor dears can’t be trusted to make your own beverage decisions, for goodness sake! Nanny Bloomberg unveiled his plans to further deprive New Yorkers of some yummy eats (or drinks) last year. Twitter users were, of course, outraged. Now comes news that the soda ban has quite a few surprises.
“@NYNightlife: Bloomberg's soda ban is going to ban bottle service mixers over 16oz; only water and 100% juice will be unlimited" WTF
— ❥ (@itssscolleen) February 24, 2013
Mayor Bloomberg's insane soda ban taking effect and it'll cost hardworking families a lot of money. http://t.co/xhTUhLFqdQ
— Rory Cooper (@rorycooper) February 24, 2013
Birthday party for your child? No pitchers allowed.
More from The New York Post:
And consumers, especially families, will soon see how the rules will affect their wallets — forcing them to pay higher unit prices for smaller bottles.
Typically, a pizzeria charges $3 for a 2-liter bottle of Coke. But under the ban, customers would have to buy six 12-ounce cans at a total cost of $7.50 to get an equivalent amount of soda.
“I really feel bad for the customers,” said Lupe Balbuena of World Pie in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.
Priorities! During a time when many families are suffering and pinching pennies, let’s make things harder and more expensive for them, says Nanny Bloomberg.
— Sarah U (@sarahuhran) February 24, 2013
Mayor Bloomberg telling people they can't drink 2 liters of soda. Smh
— Ryan Harris (@ReealRy) February 24, 2013
http://t.co/GhitEK5lXq The consequences of Nanny Bloomberg's soda tirade are expensive & bizarre
— CTIronman (@CTIronman) February 24, 2013
Bloomberg Soda Ban: Less soda in your cup and less money in your wallet http://t.co/du4cRTpHpa
— Conservative Monster (@redalertnow) February 24, 2013
A super-sized Nanny State. We’ve said it before: New York is no longer the Big Apple; it’s the Big Brother.
Now with more pain in your wallet.
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