It's a seemingly confusing question, until you see the GIF. Where did the soda go? Upon seeing it, you instantly understand the context, as well as the reason for naming an entire subreddit after it. There are subreddits dedicated to a gigantic variety of subjects, but few contain as many user-submitted pieces of gold as r/wheredidthesodago. Infomercials exist on various spectrums. There's products that look really cool, and ones that look ridiculous. But what most if not all of them contain are moments of pure camp, a tactic that imprints itself into people's minds, and almost certainly is intentional. If you remove the context, snippets of them are hilarious, and perfect for GIF format. It's why infomercials are so shareable. Luckily for us, redditors are hard at work night and day submitting to the subreddit, and for that we can be grateful. So if you are in need of a spoon that doesn't work, finding out what a wrench is, or seeing a dog carried around in a shoulder bag, check out r/wheredidthesodago.