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The Secret of Mana Energy Potions

Posted on Tuesday, December 2 @ 16:37:45 Eastern by Blake_Morse
Anyone who’s ever played an RPG is familiar with those little bottles filled with blue liquid that recharge magical powers. They’re in everything from Diablo to Baldur’s Gate. Heck I’m even playing a Naruto game right now that has them. It was only a matter of time before someone realized the profitability of marketing a Mana Energy Drink to the real life gaming masses and made one.
 
Mana Energy Potion is not the first energy drink we’ve covered in the Manifesto, but it is by far the one with the most disgusting taste. Imagine the grossest thing you’ve ever eaten. Now imagine that taking a poop in your mouth. That is close to what Mana tastes like.
 
If you can manage to stomach the flavor of this elixir, you will be rewarded with the insane energy you’re looking for to pwn all the noobs in WoW-land. You’ll also be treated to 6667% of your daily vitamin B12 and 1600% of vitamin B6, and taking your vitamins will make your mom so proud.

But at what cost?

Chemotherapy can get rid of cancer but it makes you sick and all your hair falls out. Plus you still might die of cancer. It’s much better to just never need chemo. Our own Chris Hudak had to down a bottle of Vodka to counter the effects (and taste) of this magic potion. And if you happened to have to tuned into last week’s episode of the Inner Party, you would have heard Duke taking a very brash stab at chugging a vial.

If you are going to buy a bottle of Mana Energy Potion, you’re probably a big WoW nerd and doing it for the novelty. So heed my words: If you do happen to make this purchase, display the bottle up on shelf and do not give in to your morbid curiosity to try it. Unless you really need that +160 to your mana pool.

Check it out at http://www.manapotions.com/ if you dare.
 



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