Wednesday, May 28, 2008


I have a new addiction
It really does give you wings

just sayin'

The first time I tried it - I thought it tasted awful
The second time I tried it - it's not that bad
Third time
I want MORE!!! MORE!!!


Goggles Piasano Ritardo said...

Tastes like cough syrup but the kick is nice. Only if it were real cough syrup..yeah

Jen said...

cough syrup? naahhhh
it taste like sweet tarts
i think

Lynda said...

First try - it tasted awful is where I think I would have stopped. hehe

Jim said...

Not a fan of Red Bull. Although, Red Bull and Vodka is actually pretty good. It cuts the kick of RB, and gives you "party energy" without making you feel "fuzzy drunk".

In terms of energy drinks, I prefer Monster. It has less synthetic sugars in it and tastes better.... you just have to get past that first sip - its a doozy!

hapabukbuk said...

you know there is meat product in there right?

Jen said...

a what??

a meat what??

Moderator said...

I've yet to try it. I'm scared to.

Ed & Jeanne said...

I'm so're one of THEM!

Bob said...

It tastes like cough syrup. It's very nasty.

I drink Vault.

Anonymous said...

Does it have any mind-altering substances in it? If so, I'd try it.

Mel said...

oh no went to the dark side!!! Resist LOL!!!

I cant say anything, I would kill for a starbucks frappachino right now.

Anonymous said...

ick. never tasted it the second time.

Didn't it just cause a man to die of a heart attack?

hapabukbuk said...

Ever wonder why it's called red bull?
It containes Taurine Ox bile. Yum.

Jen said...

**blank stare**
**cringe** devastation **

Anonymous said...

Synthesis and production
In 1993, approximately 5,000–6,000 t of taurine was produced; 50% for pet food manufacture, 50% in pharmaceutical applications.[3] Synthetic taurine is obtained from isethionic acid (2-hydroxyethanesulfonic acid), which in turn is obtained from the reaction of ethylene oxide with aqueous sodium bisulfite.[23] Another approach is the reaction of aziridine with sulfurous acid. This leads directly to taurine.[citation needed]

Taurine is named after the Latin taurus, which means bull or ox, as it was first isolated from ox bile in 1827 by Austrian scientists Friedrich hmmm made in a lab after all. Sounds good to me

Anonymous said...

Now I'll never try it.