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Published on Jan 19, 2010
My daughters met a couple kids at the beach when we were on vacation. The older, a girl, taught them a hand clapping game. But instead of singing the familar "Miss Mary Mack," the clapping was done to the tune and words of an old Dr. Pepper television commercial ("I'm a Pepper"). I've since been thinking about how a 30+ year old commercial, which probably has not aired in years, can live on in childhood games like this. Did it happen naturally? Did the Dr. Pepper company create the game and spread it among our children? Or is there something else going on? All I know is that the folks at Dr. Pepper have succeeded.