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Ravuya

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I've been drinking Mountain Dew for the vitamin C and it actually seems to be helping.

Anyway, exam #3 went well. Exam #4 tomorrow and then I'm gonna get cracking on my deferred shading example. I got MRT working this afternoon in Propane Injector so it shouldn't be too long now!
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Beverage of champions, I don't think it's the vitamin C your feeling though. It's probably the lack of sleep that comes from drinking a lot of mountain dew. Mild hallucinations are often times disguised as feelings of euphoria and lucidity, so I can understand the confusion.

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I may be being completely mental on this, but I would be seriously surprised if Mountain Dew even contained trace amounts of Vitamin C (even though it is citrus flavoured).

Good luck with your final exam though, you are on the home stretch now [smile]

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The ingredients list orange juice fairly prominently, and I assume that contains vitamin C, as it'd be a felony or something to state otherwise.

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I would eat an orange and skip all the riff-raff if you really wanted vitamin C, it's like eating triple-fudge ice cream for the calcium.

Mountain Dew is still one of the greatest beverages ever created, however.

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I prefer to just take a vitamin C tablet every few days so I don't have to endure the taste of Mountain Dew. Or rotting oranges.

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Original post by Prinz Eugn
I would eat an orange and skip all the riff-raff if you really wanted vitamin C, it's like eating triple-fudge ice cream for the calcium.


What's wrong with doing that? :D

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