Such as...Eddie Rockets. Which happens to be a lot like Johnny Rockets in the States. Johnny Rockets was founded in 1986. Eddie Rocket's opened in Dublin during 1989.
The B&Q has the same look and merchandising as Home Depot...right down to the orange aprons.
TK Maxx has the same look as TJ Maxx- for a good reason- They are all owned by one company.
The drink Lucozade reminded me of Gatorade.
Now, Chandler has pretty much insisted that he was going to attend UF and be a Gator since he was 3 years old. I am not exaggerating.
I tried to sell him on UNM...I know-no one knows a thing about UNM. But, I adored my undergrad years there. Adobe buildings with blue trim (to ward off evil), library stacks, across the street from the Frontier. Really an awesome experience....but I digress.
Because Chan & Scott are both such fanatics about the Gators- I have had the opportunity to hear the proud recitation of history of Gatorade...over and over again.
When I saw Lucozade here, I figured it was a total rip-off of Gatorade. I was wrong. Gatorade was developed in 1965. Lucozade was first manufactured in 1927.
However, in looking at the ingredients- it is obvious that Gatorade is a superior product for efficient hydration...with the electrolyte and carbo replacement properties.
For the record, I know it looks like this is a Gatorade ad...It is not. I choose to drink water-
I do live with Chan and Scott- So, I did have to point out the obvious superiority of Gatorade over any supposed sports drink.