(WAFF) - The "Share a Coke" campaign is once again becoming the subject of ire due to an old photograph of a bottle with a certain name.
That name? Isis.
Not ISIS, which, in all capital letters, refers to the acronym for the terror organization, but Isis, a person's name with roots to the Egyptian goddess.
It's the lack of distinction between all-caps and panic over recent attacks for which the terror group has claimed responsibility that has led to a photograph of a Coca-Cola bottle saying "Share a Coke with Isis" to resurface on social media, often with comments of outrage and demands to share or retweet.
According to online myth-busting website Snopes, the photograph is indeed real - but it wasn't taken in this country, and it is not a current photo, either.
On the Snopes listing for the photograph, a company spokesperson told them that the Isis label was not among the 1,000 names printed for use in the United States during the original 2014 "Share a Coke" campaign, but was one of the more common Dutch names, and thus used in the Netherlands campaign.
The spokesperson also noted that Isis labels are no longer available there, either.
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