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A nicely chilled bottle of Perrier and a V8.


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I don't think I could get a picture of me with a single serving size bottle of Angels Envy in that location permitted on site lol.

I know what I'd like a serving of right now, but not single serving ;)

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That's what i thought. Just don't add sugar and it will be diet. Tea has no sugar or fat.


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Forgot the brown water...Well, I meant individual serving size bottles. Now, about that "coming in cans" thing...

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oh I can think of other things that come in bottles that you like to drink...

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Oh, forgot about that crystal/powdered stuff. With the exception of water, beer, wine and occasionally, a whey protein shake, I don't drink anything that needs to be mixed or comes in a bottle or can.

More green tea

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Well, that's what I was thinking - either "instant" (like Crystal Light) tea mix or canned/bottled tea.

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Green tea, diet.

I've never heard of unsweetened tea referred to as diet, but I'll be the first to admit that I'm not living in the true south. When I see tea referred to as diet, its normally Snapple or another packaged product and usually means that its sweetened artificially.

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Pre-workout. Getting ready to go destroy my legs.


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Gina's from the South. "Tea" generally includes sugar, especially the further south you go.

The "Sweet Tea Line" is the point at which restaurants default to sweetened iced tea instead of unsweetened. It's currently just North of Richmond, Virginia.

Hence, "diet" simply means "unsweetened".

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