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    It started off with a small 250ml can with me thinking "what the hey, it's no big deal, everyone does it", but it gave me such a sweet sensation that I've been chasing that high ever since, now Im at the stage where I'm on 2 litre bottles on the regular and it's getting to expensive to keep it up, not to mention my family's disappointment at this path I've chosen, so how do I kick the addiction?
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    Try pepsi
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    Try having juice instead. Even though they have a lot of sugar in them, they're still healthier than coke.
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    Who the **** buys 250ml cans?
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    i have the same issue with redbull
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    end this madness 2k16
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    I love Coca Cola
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    I don't know whether this thread was clickbait or I was thinking of something completely different.
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    https://youtu.be/Gl46vGQKbiw
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    (Original post by SalazarSlytherin)
    Who the **** buys 250ml cans?
    Sorry i'm not as hardcore as you
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    I was thinking of waiting until I'm at least in my mid 30's until I try the angel dust.


    Saved that right to the favourites. :cool:
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    (Original post by serah.exe)
    end this madness 2k16
    ffs :rofl:
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    ffs :rofl:
    lel :innocent:
 
 
 
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