Programmer Juice!

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    Hmmmm, I just got an idea. Since so many of us programmers seem to really like Mountain Dew, I think it'd be great if it was marketed more to programmers. I'm imagining a commercial with tons of great programmers coding away while drinking Dew. Can anyone else see Prelude giving a testamonial for Mountain Dew? 'I know practically all there is to know about C and C++, and I drink Mountain Dew. If you hope to ever be as good as me at programming, you should Do the Dew, too.'

    Ha, ha. I'd drink more with that ad. LOL
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    Water, Ocen Spray/Welches/Sunny Delight/natural grap juice/natural apple cider/place fruit style drink here, pepsi over mountain dew, but either will do(not too much mountain dew though..)

    and my favorites
    Orange Crush & Faygo(same damn thing, cept, half the price)
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    Mountain Dew of course, and that's what I call it too, programmer's juice. It's so true, though, because whenever I want to program I usually do it really late at night, and I need the energy to help keep me up. Mmmm in fact I think I might go get a Mountain Dew right now...

    Also, I drink Powerade and/or water sometimes while programming.

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    I usually have Tea and some times Cofee with lots of milk in them... and strong...

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    OMG, they tore down our taco bell for remodeling!!! No TB for three weeks!!!!

    *looks at mcdonalds bag*

    well it'll have to do.....

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    >>No TB for three weeks<<
    Ack, thats like saying I can't breathe for 3 weeks! I remember when I went abroad for a month my girlfriend was ready to kill me because every day I moaned "I want Taco Bell..."

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    lol...joshdick, i agree with you. i haven't really gained wait, and i'm usually at the comp. when i'm home. sad this is, i haven't lost weight either, and i need to.

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    I work at a REAL mexican food restaurant, and I get to eat the food all the time. haha

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    mountain dew and winterfresh gum, and a large bag of lays potato chips

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    I try to stay away from potato chips, even pringles, as they tend to be really salty/greasy and it gets all over the mouse and keyboard.

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    Originally posted by Ride -or- Die
    I try to stay away from potato chips, even pringles, as they tend to be really salty/greasy and it gets all over the mouse and keyboard.
    I agree with that, that goes with any food that tends to be greasy.

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    i'd like to intitiate my new treat: cheese fries!

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    coffee,cappachino,espresso,coke,red bull,intravenous caffeine.
    snacks usually consist of those soggy cheese ploughmans ready made sandwiches from the garage.
    Free the weed!! Class B to class C is not good enough!!
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    Cool

    It may sound weird but I am a big Diet Pepsi fan *everyone laughs* it is perfect for programming and feels great when I spill it on myself due to being too lazy to move it out of the wya when trying to do something.
    Give me a bad reputation!!!

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    howdy,
    Perrier that s all i drink and i eat junk right now i have a bag of Reese's peanut butter cups and a bag of Starburst's usually i have York mints around here to but i ran out.

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    Cheez
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    No, I know you were joking. My point still stands.

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