I'm No Doctor, But The Health Benefits of Caffeinated Chips Seem Questionable

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Pardon me while I pander to a stereotype and assume that you, dear reader, are interested in these caffeinated chips by Engobi. Coming in Xtreme flavors like "Cinnamon Surge" and "Lemon Lift," each bag of this snack has 70% more caffeine than the average energy drink. Using Red Bull as a metric, that puts Enobi chips at 136 milligrams of caffeine—or right on line with a cup of strong coffee. Seeing as most of us can down two or three cups for breakfast, that means all those Engobi-eating, Red Bull-drinking X-gamers have been posing for glamor shots at amateur night. Their cute haircuts, tats and piercings can call us when they switch to diesel. [Engobi via Gearlog]

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@FredicvsMaximvs: Yes, the monkey is already a Gorilla, though I try to keep fenced in to certain hours and amounts. He already has his claw in my blood pressure and if I let him have too much coffee he reaches into my bra and causes excrutiating pain, which is a pretty good way to get me to slack off. Damn Gorilla. If I have no coffee though, I become one of the walking dead (zombies).