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Blood Energy Potion: True Blood Comes True [Vampires]

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You know how all the vampires on True Blood drink bottles of artificial blood so they don’t have to get their nutrients from sucking on humans? Now you can enjoy the same trendy-vampire pleasure by guzzling down a bag of deliciously drinkable BLOOD.

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BLOOD Energy Potion looks just like an IV transfusion bag, but is actually a drinkable concoction loaded with sweet fruit punch flavored energy drink. I love this part of the product description: “Not only does Blood Energy Potion have a similar nutritional makeup to real blood, but it has the same color, look, and consistency of blood. Get real blood nutrients without that real blood taste!” My only question is why it can’t taste like real blood? C’mon.

Unfortunately, if you’re hoping to serve some of this at your Halloween party, you’ll have to wait until next year since this stuff isn’t available until January. You can pre-order individual bags of BLOOD over at Urban Collector for $5.99 (USD) – or get a 48 pack for $191.92 which works out to be $3.99 a bag. Vampire Bill would be proud.

[via Nerd Approved]



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