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Big Jak Energy Drinks: A Classy Bitch Review


Big Jak Energy Drinks: Only 70 cents at Big Lots!
Energy drinks are more than just cans of carbonated water that give preteens and young adults more reasons to run around and act like hyperactive idiots. The makers of ADHD medication all scream “gosh darnit!” in unison every time a new one of these comes out on the market. 

But FUCK those people!

Big Jak Energy Drinks are now available at Big Lots for only 70 cents. Holy Shit, the Class Train just stopped.

I mean, there is an energy drink out there that is offering to “Jak You Up” and “Get Jak’d.” Oh baby, I am hard already.

Overall, the taste isn’t bad. There is a little bit of a bite that hits when you take the first sip, but it’s nothing really dramatic compared to some of the other things on the market. The taste is good. It is palatable, and it goes down rather smooth. However, after ¾ of the can, it starts to annoy you. It’s like eating an enormous plate of carbs. It starts out great, but after three fourths of the way, the taste just gets old and tiring.

Big Jak Energy Drinks are the cheapest piece of shit on the market. They are worth the $0.70 they charge at Big Lots, and if you pay even a cent more for this stuff, God have mercy on your piggy bank.
On the other side, it is nice to know there is an energy drink carrier out there with products available at below three or four dollars. It might not have the best taste, but for $0.70 it beats the hell out of Fresca. #Owned. 

Rating:
* 6 / 10 * 

Questions for You:
What is the cheapest energy drink you’ve ever seen?
What is the worst energy drink you’ve ever had?
Do you still have a Piggy Bank? 

And yes, the background is a machine that says "What is your weight?"


 Big Lots can suck my CANS!

Comments

  1. These are 35p in the UK and are rumoured to stunt your growth.

    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/840/6726693829725d5a6045.jpg/

    They taste like shit.

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    1. that dude takes photos like how I take photos,
      we should meet up and take photos of each other.
      #GamePlan

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  2. nice job al!!!!! I'm going to keep drinking energy drinks until my stomach is no more. but I've cut back to one a day. harf. u so classy.

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