Does anyone remember Bob Martins drinks shop in Birkenhead?
yeah my dad used to take me we had blood tonics or sasparellas, i remember the barrells on the walls , it was a great place.
Yes. In many cases this statement is true. You never know who is carrying around what disease. For example, sharing drinks, food, or even kissing can spread mononucleosis if the other person is exposed to it. My suggestion is to not share food/drinks with anyone, and don't kiss anyone, unless they have had tests proven that they do not have mono. or AID's, or any other saliva disease.
Does anyone remember carbonated soft drinks named Lollipop from the 1970s they had a wide range of flavors?
It depends on how many ounces your standard pour for your drink is. If you serve 1.5 oz. drinks, your yield per litre bottle should be 22-23 drinks per bottle. Remember, there are 33.5 oz. per litre. You could do the math from there. That is correct for a liter. For a 750ml it will be 16 drinks on a 1.5oz pour.
I remember watching Mel on a talk show about 8 years ago. He talked about how he drinks oil everyday. I don't remember what kind of oil but I remember he said he had a checkup recently and they looked into all his heart arteries and he said they told him his arteries we fantastically clean. remember, Mel has smoked cigs his whole life. I stumbled across this question actually looking for the kind of…
Absolutely NOT. Caffeine from energy drinks can kill certain cells in one's body causing harmful diseases and sometimes death. Children are recommended to have NO caffeine their whole child lives (0-18), meaning no energy drinks, where caffeine is the main ingredient. Adults are recommended to have 300 mg I think and most energy drinks have AT LEAST double that. Basically, energy drinks are awful for anyone, a 11 year old, a 34 year old, a…