Meth Coffee

Post ImageCould they not come up with another name? Will people actually buy this coffee simply because it has the word “meth” in its name? I found this via Agenda Inc., in a post titled “First Cocaine energy drink, now Meth Coffee.” That about sums it up – what in the world is going on with the marketing industry!

If you’re just trying it for the first time, don’t throw back five cups like regular coffee. Ease into it. Have a little. Feel the rush, the euphoria, the smooth-edged high. Then go for more, if you want. Yeah, get into it. Make a dance up…program in assembly language…write your first novel…plot to overrule the planet.

Of course, as the About page points out:

CONTAINS NO ACTUAL METHAMPHETAMINES, I.E., CRANK, GLASS, SPEED, CRYSTAL, BATU, SHABU, MABU, CRACKHOO, ETC. PRODUCT NOT WARRANTED TO CURE ECZEMA, EDEMA, ACNE, CONSTIPATION, TOURETTE’S, OR GUM DISEASE.

Thanks for clearing that up. For a second there I thought I could actually get coffee with meth in it!

What’s next, the XTC Hamburger?!

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5 thoughts on “Meth Coffee

  1. I think by putting "meth" in its marketing, it glamourizes a drug with horrible effects. AADAC spends so much money to prevent the use of meth. I love this commercial against meth. Yes, it is produced by Calder Bateman and I am biased. Click here to see.

  2. I find it ironic you would comment on something like this. Your favourite non alchoholic beverage, coca-cola, does the exact same thing. Only difference is Coke actually did have coke in it at some point. And there are no disclaimers on the coke bottles as far as I can remember (haven’t drank coke in a while).

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