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monster energy drink (4 pack) £2.00 in Poundland

£2.00 @ PoundLand
Monster energy drink pack of 4. £2 at Poundland Greenford Middlesex. that's 50p each can behind the counter offers . personally haven't it this cheap before. Don't know if it's local or national.
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Monster energy drink pack of 4. £2 at Poundland Greenford Middlesex. that's 50p each can behind the counter offers . personally haven't it this cheap before. Don't know if it's local or national.
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1 Like #1
in POUNDland £2 POUNDland....
#2
is there a min spend ?
#3
FamilyGuy67
in POUNDland £2 POUNDland....
Technically it isn't called ONEPOUNDland but I see where you're coming from
#4
including ripper ?
1 Like #5
Energy drinks are health disaster. Teeth decay and erosion. Be careful.
#6
kiaclare
is there a min spend ?


I bought one along with super glue without any issue .. So don't think so
1 Like #7
kiwi12
including ripper ?


No only original monster was there
9 Likes #8
Be careful with this stuff.

It's a slippery slope.

I started off on one can a week. Didn't think anything of it.

One can became two, became three, became four....

Pretty soon every morning I was swigging a can on my way to work.

My boss didn't like it when I started drinking them in the office. After I followed through during a sales meeting after too many afternoon Monsters, I found myself out of a job.

Soon I was drinking two or three cans on my way to the job centre.

Before I knew it all my teeth had fallen out. Within weeks I had an inexplicable desire to buy a Staffordshire Bull Terrier and start wearing tracksuits all of the time. Not that I ever did any sports.
1 Like #9
For those the don't know, the stylised letter M on the can which looks like 3 scratches with a claw is actually the Hebrew letter vav which means 6 numerically. So the can has 3 6s in Hebrew on it, along with phrases like 'unleash the beast'. Just for info.
1 Like #10
Decent price
#11
50p for one at home bargains.
#12
CountFilth
For those the don't know, the stylised letter M on the can which looks like 3 scratches with a claw is actually the Hebrew letter vav which means 6 numerically. So the can has 3 6s in Hebrew on it, along with phrases like 'unleash the beast'. Just for info.


https://66.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_mbtdo2POoE1ri3lg2o1_500.gif


Edited By: michaeljb on Sep 04, 2016 08:17: pic not showing
1 Like #13
also worth noting for people that prefer relentless, its 3 for a pound at home bargains, as spotted in another post, just thought I'd mention it being an energy deal thread
1 Like #14
I have to steer clear of these now. When I realised just how much sugar was in them...I weigh 50-60 grams of porridge for my breakfast every morning, and these contain about the same weight in sugar..... I actually really like the taste of Monster/Relentless, always used to be my go to drink for a road trip when off to the football but like smoking cigarettes/weed, it's yet another formerly enjoyable vice that I can't do anymore...
#15
davidbrent
I have to steer clear of these now. When I realised just how much sugar was in them...I weigh 50-60 grams of porridge for my breakfast every morning, and these contain about the same weight in sugar..... I actually really like the taste of Monster/Relentless, always used to be my go to drink for a road trip when off to the football but like smoking cigarettes/weed, it's yet another formerly enjoyable vice that I can't do anymore...

They do sugar free!
#16
chrisbass
davidbrent
I have to steer clear of these now. When I realised just how much sugar was in them...I weigh 50-60 grams of porridge for my breakfast every morning, and these contain about the same weight in sugar..... I actually really like the taste of Monster/Relentless, always used to be my go to drink for a road trip when off to the football but like smoking cigarettes/weed, it's yet another formerly enjoyable vice that I can't do anymore...

They do sugar free!


​its the taurine that rots teeth
1 Like #17
I like these drinks, but one wasn't enough a week and I was buying multipacks. I stopped after a few packs as I could see myself becoming reliant on them, I knew they wasn't healthy from start, like most soft drinks which I happen to not drink.



What is Taurine?

Taurine is a free form amino acid contained in foods and manufactured in the body from the amino acid cysteine. It was first discovered in the bile of bulls, and now produced synthetically by the truckload. Since taurine is created naturally in the human body, a good diet supplies all you need.

Because taurine is utilized by the body during exercise and in times of stress, it’s become a popular ingredient in energy drinks. Taurine shows an anxiolytic effect on the central nervous system, causing a possible reduction of anxiety symptoms associated with caffeine intake. While this may sound beneficial, perhaps its not the best thing to intake when seeking energy for your daily tasks.


Taurine: The Magic Bullet for Energy?

There’s no magic bullet for strength and endurance. Energy — true energy — comes from a healthy diet rich in raw foods. I would recommend that you avoid energy drinks altogether, mostly for their high caffeine and sugar content. Treat them like soft drinks, or even worse. The lofty claims on these drinks for instant vitality are simply outrageous. A good, varied diet of whole organic live foods gives you all the Taurine you need, without the highs and lows of energy drinks.

Natural Taurine is actually beneficial for the body and can be found in cows milk, meat, fish, and eggs, and for vegetarians it can be found seaweed. The daily allotment of Taurine should be no higher than 500mg; however, higher amounts from food have shown no toxic effects.

Make sure you exercise and get enough sleep, and remember, medicine and illness can zap your energy. Stay properly hydrated with lots of purified water, especially when you’re exercising hard or you’re stressed. It’s a good idea to drink lots of water regardless.

Take a pass on the “crash and burn” high from caffeine and sugar – and taurine. The ingredients of these drinks, both mysterious and some not too mysterious, are a recipe for disaster. They may “give you wings,” but you’ll soon come tumbling down – and in the long run, crash really hard.
#18
CountFilth
For those the don't know, the stylised letter M on the can which looks like 3 scratches with a claw is actually the Hebrew letter vav which means 6 numerically. So the can has 3 6s in Hebrew on it, along with phrases like 'unleash the beast'. Just for info.

Nope
#19
davidbrent
I have to steer clear of these now. When I realised just how much sugar was in them...I weigh 50-60 grams of porridge for my breakfast every morning, and these contain about the same weight in sugar..... I actually really like the taste of Monster/Relentless, always used to be my go to drink for a road trip when off to the football but like smoking cigarettes/weed, it's yet another formerly enjoyable vice that I can't do anymore...


There is no more sugar in Monster than in most other fizzy drinks
#20
They should only sell the small cans. Too much sugar in the big cans so we see why sales have reduced and it's now cheaper
#21
Great price!
#22
£3 in the edgware store
#23
seanjames
£3 in the edgware store
when you spend wait for it..... a pound
#24
michaeljb
also worth noting for people that prefer relentless, its 3 for a pound at home bargains, as spotted in another post, just thought I'd mention it being an energy deal thread


And it's 4 for £2 in b&m for the blue relentless.
1 Like #25
CountFilth
For those the don't know, the stylised letter M on the can which looks like 3 scratches with a claw is actually the Hebrew letter vav which means 6 numerically. So the can has 3 6s in Hebrew on it, along with phrases like 'unleash the beast'. Just for info.


​lol...found the tinfoil hat man.
#26
darkteckno2
chrisbass
davidbrent
I have to steer clear of these now. When I realised just how much sugar was in them...I weigh 50-60 grams of porridge for my breakfast every morning, and these contain about the same weight in sugar..... I actually really like the taste of Monster/Relentless, always used to be my go to drink for a road trip when off to the football but like smoking cigarettes/weed, it's yet another formerly enjoyable vice that I can't do anymore...

They do sugar free!


​its the taurine that rots teeth


​Wrong. Taurine is a naturally occurring amino acid that we already have in our white blood cells, skeletal and heart muscles. It's the sugar and high acid levels that cause tooth decay. exactly the same as any other fizzy drink. Sugar is obvious but the acids are citric, carbonic (from the fizz part) and phosphoric.

Edited By: listerdude on Sep 04, 2016 12:02: spelling
1 Like #27
https://thecliparts.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/dentistry-clipart-clipart-free-clipart-images.jpeg

I didn't know we had such a strong community of dentists on Hotukdeals.
#28
Is this in all poundlands?

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