• All that Caffeine in them just makes you wonder why people risk drinking them
    • Linda Joy
      Why do you do the same thing with coffee? "Coffee and Red Bull offer similar amounts of this stimulant per serving, though coffee has a little more. Regular and sugar-free Red Bull contain 75–80 mg of caffeine per 8.4-ounce (248-mL) can ( 1 , 2 ). Meanwhile, coffee packs around 96 mg per cup (240 mL) ( 4 ).Sep 16, 2019 Coffee vs. Red Bull: Nutrients, Caffeine, and Recommendation"
  • They also play with you memory terribly. 😏
    • DancesWithWolves
      Yes I agree
  • For the same reason there are now labels on car batteries warning not to drink the contents. Stupidity has no limits.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Yeah people have no brains
  • Well they have names like Monster, and Red Bull, I think that says it all, they are another addictive legal high that THEY can make money from, much like cigarettes and alcohol. I wouldn't go and eat 14 teaspoons of sugar and drink two cups of coffee, but that is what an energy drink is. Still fizzy drinks are no better, hence a population with diabetes and rotten teeth.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thank you Creamcrackered well appreciate :)

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