#1877 – Inject

People seem to get a lot out of caffeine, I wonder why it isn’t added to more stuff. There’s high fructose corn syrup in everything now. Why not caffeine?  “These new Chicken McBuzzets are great!”

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12 thoughts on “#1877 – Inject”

  1. Charles says:

    In Canada at least, caffeine is a drug and there are regulations about what you can put it into. (It can only go into brown soda… Mountain Dew in Canada was uncaffeinated until a short while ago.) I suspect that even asking to put it into e.g. chips is illegal…

    1. Chris says:

      Hmm… That’s probably it!

  2. Scribly says:

    Injecting caffeine directly into your leg… (I doubt that’s a good idea)

    1. Chris says:

      But most of Biff’s ideas are so sensible!

    2. Glenn says:

      Intramuscular injections of caffeine is often used as a treatment for snakebite. I have it on good authority, however, that it feels like all the blood in the region has been changed into fire. A local doctor up here (where we have a goodly number of snakes, and hikers not paying attention) used to prescribe it regularly, until he needed the treatment and now…he chooses to use alternate methods.

  3. Vosur says:

    Search “caffeinated” in thinkgeek.com ‘s listing. You’re bound to find quite a few things that would surprise you. Caffeinated bacon was an example, but they no longer hold it… though they do have quite a few other items.

  4. Caffeine hasn’t affected me at all… Until I started to buy coffee at work a few weeks ago! Oh my goodness! That coffee must be 5x stronger than the coffee that I drink at home!

    Now, if I could inject *that* coffee into my legs… Then I would probably move around like this the entire day (especially that super high jump at the end):

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tRVH2nQ4xc

  5. boog says:

    Sometimes my legs just like a good nap. Work only cares whether my top half is awake.

  6. kingklash says:

    If coffee beans are caffeinated, how do they sleep at night?

  7. Xindaris says:

    Think I’d be doomed if they did that. Caffeine tears up my stomach; sugar usually doesn’t.

  8. When I don,t get enough sleep I feel a lot of pressure under my eyes and I always want to inject caffeine there.

  9. Gamegeneral says:

    The reason its not in more things is because it tastes THE WORST EVER.

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