What does the pepsicolors symbol mean?

Posted May 08, 2018 07:13:16 The logo of pepsirolor, a popular brand of water purifiers and water-saving filters, has gone viral on social media and on Twitter.

The word “pepsico” is derived from the Latin word “pep” meaning “water” and “rolor” meaning water filter.

It’s been used since the 1950s as a marketing slogan by PepsiCo, the world’s biggest beverage company.

The company says it has been using the logo since the 1930s, but the word “Pepsico”, which was first used in an advertisement in the 1950’s, has gained popularity as an acronym.

The company says its logo was adopted to better communicate the company’s product offerings to consumers.

The pepsicanor is the first water-filtering product to be used in the United States since the company first started selling the product in 1948.

The logo shows a young man drinking a pepsi, and then is captioned with the word: “We want you to enjoy life.”

The logo is being widely shared online.

The hashtag #pepsicols symbol has been used more than 1,500 times, according to Twitter data.

Some Twitter users were concerned the word would be misinterpreted as a peppy sign, and said the word should be changed.

PepsiCo did not respond to requests for comment.

The word pepsicle is a word for a peppet, a kind of fish.

It is a common word in English and is used as a greeting in many languages.

The symbol has gained traction on Twitter and elsewhere because it is commonly used as an online symbol and the company is a major advertiser for Twitter.