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Blood Energy Potion, Authentic Looking Synthetic Blood Drink in a Transfusion Bag

 

Thirsty at twilight - or after reading or watching Twilight? Slake your blood-lust by grabbing a transfusion bag of Blood Energy Potion, the best bloody drink around!

Vampires, zombies, witches and more - the culture of horror seems to have been given a shot in the arm. Speaking of which, Urban Collector's Blood Energy Potion looks frighteningly like a fresh transfusion bag of people juice, so much so that we're sure some overzealous Goth will attempt to infuse it IV style.

That would be unwise, because although Blood Energy Potion looks like blood, has the same viscosity as blood, has the same nutritional composition as blood and comes in a resealable plastic bag designed to emulate a Red Cross blood transfusion bag, it's NOT blood.

Blood Energy Potion does, in a similar vein (sorry), provide 4 hours of energy, protein and electrolytes plus it's a "delectable source of iron" and doesn't contain garlic.

Instructions are included so Children Of The Night can warm the Fruit Punch flavored contents to 98.6 degrees F - imbibers may be undead but they're not cold-blooded.

Make no miss stake, Blood Energy Potion is available for pre-order now from Urban Collector, who ask that you coffin up $5.99 per bag. Deliveries are expected to begin in January of 2010, which kinda sucks but what's a few months when you're 400 years old? Fangs very much, I'm gone like a bat outta Hell!

EDITOR'S UPDATE: Blood Energy Potions are now available on Amazon here in a variety of sizes.

(via Filmdrunk, top image via Fashionably Geek)

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Steve Levenstein
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Comments
Sep 29, 2009
by Anonymous

Hahahahhah... If you're in

Hahahahhah... If you're in Vietnam, you don't need to spend so much to be a vampire like that. In Vietnam, they have a dish that made by chicken's blood, duck's blood. They do not cook the blood, just cut the animals' neck to get blood, than stir it and eat with herbs. How do you think? It's true, I swear. And this dish just be serve for some people whom are drunk.

Oct 12, 2009
by Anonymous

haven't tried those two. I

haven't tried those two. I recommend snake's blood though. yum : d
I'd rather drink that energy drink though, in non-asian countries, it's prolly cheaper ^^