Energy Solution -- Stay Up for Hours !


Do you find yourself falling asleep in the middle of the day? Do you have a final exam in the morning that you haven't prepared for yet? If so, you may need to try a special energy drink.


A bombay is a special concoction that some prisoners discovered to stay awake for days. If made correctly, you will have a very noticeable burst of energy. But, how do you concoct such a drink? Well, read the instructions below.

Bombays are very simple to make and easy on the wallet as well. You will only need three ingredients: Dr. Pepper, instant coffee, and ice cubes. Make sure that you have "instant" coffee, or the drink will not turn out the same. After you have gathered your ingredients, get out a glass. You start the mix by adding spoon-fulls of the instant coffee to the cup of choice. This is where you have to make your own judgements as far as the strength of your energy drink. Between 2-6 spoon-fulls is the typical range. Next, fill the cup up with Dr. Pepper. It should begin to foam / disolve. At this time, the cup should feel as though it ways less than it should. Next, add some ice cubes and stir the conction for a little while until it turns back into a liquid state.

If your not into my version of a "quick fix" then check out this video for some healthier energy boosting tips!

Bombays are great energy drinks for getting the job done. Whether you have a ten page research paper due in the morning, or you want to spend the whole night playing poker, bombays are the answer!

*WARNING* Do not make a habit of drinking this concoction. I doubt that drinking this daily can be good for your health...

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LeisureLife 5 years ago from USA Author

It might work with cola, although I have never tried it. Dr. Pepper will produce the best results though.

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ameliejan 5 years ago from Alicante, Spain

Love the idea. Dr Pepper is nice although I'm not sure the version we get in Europe is the same. But the idea sounds good.

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