Is it really worth the wings?

It seems like an innocent drink, but what does Red Bull do with your body? Scientific research concludes that 7 cans of Red Bull had similar symptoms to cocaine; the subduing of the nerve system and the boost in energy. We experimented and changed the innocent Red Bull into a fine powder that could be inhaled through the nose, just like cocaine.

We found multiple instances where people ‘high’ on Red Bull were acting weird and out of order. For example, a woman who lost her drivers license because of suspected drugs use, while only drinking Red Bull (12 cans). We also found multiple research documents with concrete evidence of Red Bull’s similarities to cocaine. Which shocked us. What became apparent is that consuming this ‘harmless’ drink has dark side effects.

To convincingly communicate the chemical process that we used to create a powder substance out of 7 cans of Red Bull, we decided to make a video with an underground vibe to subliminally communicate danger and illegal activities.

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