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Styleforum Gives - Holiday Charity Auction 4: Goodyear welted shoes from Cobbler Union
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The 4th auction is for a pair of Goodyear welted Shoes from Cobbler Union. Please bid often and generously here
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Well said. I tried an energy drink at a Quixtar meeting. Couldn't handle it. Coffee, for me. Black and strong.Originally Posted by Ivan Kipling
"Cocaine looks so freaking tight. I NEED THIS STUFF. Next weekend, me and 3 friends are going to take a 6 hour roadtrip to NYC just to get our hands on this stuff.Originally Posted by Young Scrappy
I'd quit quixtar first.Originally Posted by Young Scrappy
I've been basically living off energy drinks during college. The good ones are a great way to get a swift wakeup kick to the pants.Originally Posted by MCsommerreid
Energy drinks with all those carbs and sugar are just going to make you fat and get you hooked. If you want one every now and then cuz you like the taste, then do it, otherwise stick to water and exercise.Originally Posted by tiecollector
That's a great link, thanks. From what I 've seen on the labels, I wouldn't touch an "energy" drink. You're setting yourself up for a crash. Not only blood sugar instability, but you'll blow out your adrenals, and long term, the caffiene will be a drag on your liver. (I was surprised to learn a couple of years ago that caffiene and fried foods are as big a risk to the liver as alcohol.) There will come a point where the "energy drinks" put you into a syndrome of fatigue from which they can not help you recover, even short term.Originally Posted by Liberty Ship
Hadn't heard that about caffeine and fried foods related to the liver and would like to know more. I try and steer clear of high fructose corn syrup as well. That's one reason I prefer Monster Energy as it is made with real sugar. Shouldn't mess with the glycemic response like most sodas do - right?Originally Posted by Bradford