The answer is always, “you give it to it.” We don’t know what it’s called or what it’s supposed to be called. We don’t know what it’s supposed to be or why it’s not. We don’t know what it’s supposed to be or why it’s not.
At least one thing we do know is that tequila has certain side effects. It has been linked to the onset of cancer, as well as the rapid growth of skin tumors. For these reasons, it was banned in Mexico almost 200 years ago.
The solution to all of this is simple and obvious. If you’re going to poison someone, make sure it’s in a nice, convenient bottle that you can easily hold and drink on the fly.
This is something we haven’t seen for a while in the industry, but now that we are in the midst of the soda-drink-tequila-as-caffeine craze, we’re seeing it more and more. A quick Google search revealed a list of brands that have started to use the same soda and caffeine, including Red Bull, Monster, and of course Coke.
In a world where soda is a billion dollar industry, and tequila is a billion dollar industry, and caffeine is a billion dollar industry, it is easy to see how we can all become addicted to the chemical mess that is our world. So the answer to this question is simple, it’s not that easy. But it’s not hard either.
In the midst of all this madness, many people still think that the best way to deal with their addiction to soda is to make a drink with the same soda and the same caffeine. If you can’t get that, then that’s alright too.
You might be thinking “well what about those people who don’t like soda at all?” Well, they’re still here. Their craving is as strong as ever. We all deal with our own cravings every now and then, but the problem is these cravings don’t last long. People that drink these drinks are not the same people that drink Coke. Their cravings are short lived, and they only last for a short amount of time.
I do not think many people drink tequila since they dont know what it is. They drink it everyday, but they cant know what it is.
Its not the soda that is to blame. Its the cravings.
This might sound like a trivial detail, but it really is. When I was younger, I often drank Coke to get my sugar fix, and I liked it. I couldnt stand that thing. One of the first things I did when I stopped drinking Coke was start drinking tequila. It didnt take long before I was craving it. I was like, “I need to have another drink”. That was the first step.