Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Oh HELP!


Southlake company 1in3trinity announced that it will soon make available what it claims to be the first faith-inspired energy drink. No SERIOUSLY! That's a shaky claim, of course, because every other energy drink depends on the faith of consumers that a few milligrams of vitamins and less caffeine than a couple cups of coffee will actually have a discernible effect on the body.
Nutritional information and ordering information are available at the company's Web site .

The Apostle Paul was not available for comment, but we can't help but wonder if he'd have approved using the slogan "fruit of the spirit."
Thoughts?

5 comments:

Mark said...

I'd have thought that "oh PLEASE!" would have been a better title.

Anything to make a buck heh.

Jordan said...

Gahh...

Karl said...

And here I've been drinking heathen energy drinks all this time. Remind me to write the company and thank them for reinforcing the bubble many christians wrap themselves in to keep the world at bay.

Mark said...

This is similar to those Bibles that bill them selves as being "spirit-filled." As though some Bibles are and some aren't. But, suckers buy them for the advertising all the same.

Scott said...

I'd still try one, how bad can it be?