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Look at all that juice: Gears of War 'Imulsion' energy drink


Ignore the fact that Gears of War's "Imulsion" wasn't meant for consumption and has mutagenic properties: some clever company is bottling the stuff and selling it as an "energy drink." Not only that, but at $4 (a can?) -- with $5 shipping -- we'd better see a Pendulum War break out from the distribution and sale of this stuff.

Oh well, if anybody does start mutating, we can always try to subdue it through the use of the Resident Evil T-Virus Energy Drink, which we're almost positive was actually meant to suppress the zombie outbreak caused by Avon's Derma-full face cream. We're all doomed.

[Via Destructoid]

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