By its nature the Japanese language lends itself to clever wordplay, and also excruciatingly bad puns, and the nation's marketing gurus are not afraid to make use of this characteristic with a vigour which is as enthusiastic as it is forehead-slappingly facile. Or extremely clever. Depending on your point of view.
Such as on this poster advertising coffee beverages sold in round metallic containers:
Bonus points are awarded for involving the English language.
Probably even non-Japanese speakers who are familiar with recent events in US politics could have a game stab at pronouncing the single Sino-Japanese character in this particular advertising slogan, which does in fact carry the meaning of a tubular liquid enclosure and not of a modal auxiliary verb indicating ability or potential.