Ok I am not addicted but often on the way home if I drive somewhere, I will pass the supermarket and buy an energy drink. Maybe this happens 4 times a month, although I don't go outside often so maybe that's why it's low. Still, I usually am very good with money. Barely spend at all, only buy necessities and invest everything else in the best asset of all time. I won't buy sweets or chocolate, but energy drinks are just too appealing.
I didn't have one until I was 18 because I read about them being dangerous. Also the first time I had one it was very nice but felt very unhealthy. Now I know that the taurine is such low concentration that is basically does nothing so if I get sugar free ones it is basically a coffee. Still it is a waste of money so anyone else relate?
I tried it a few times but had to use scottish whiskey instead of irish (please don't kill me irishmens) but it still tasted good. You don't taste the alcohol in it that much and it gives the coffee a very good flavor. Also an important question, do you drink coffee with milk/sugar or without it?
ok 2 things if i am reading your reply correctly you only have 4 energy drinks a month dude wtf that's not an addiction i have one pretty much every day now that's an addiction also not having a single energy drink till you were 18 i mean ok ??? i am kinda calling Bs on that mainly because what fucking teenager worries about the health shit of Energy drinks as far as when i had my first Energy drink i can't offhand remember but i believe i was under 13 a neighbor of mine had some and he passed me a can and well free shit is free shit
not bs. I also didn't drink alcohol until 18. Yes true, but I say everytime I leave the house I have one (which is not often), so saying that if I needed to leave the house more often, then I would drink them more
I was addicted on a Czech version of Coca Cola called Kofola. It's made of herbs and it was made when there was a communist regime and they couldn't import Coca Cola and I think it's even beter. I was drinking a 2 litres a day (at least) so one day I just said to myself: No, I will not buy Kofola till Christmas (It happend last september). I manage to do so and now I buy it sometimes but not as much as I used to.