Sometimes they are frustrating, other times they are humorous. There have been plenty of both going around since we moved into the lodge. The most humorous I heard last week:
Someone came up to me in Wal-Mart last week and asked if we were still living in a tent. Seriously??? 😀 I laughed and assured him we were not, and had not been living in a tent. SMH! 😛
Or energy drinks in general should not be given to children. I found out that some of the kids in my Wednesday night class are drinking this and eating candy bars before coming to class. This answers a few questions… 🙂 However, they are ornery and hyper enough on their own. I also don’t think it’s a good idea for adults. I’ve tried to carry on serious conversations with adults who drink this on a continual basis. It’s near impossible. I’d rather carry on a conversation with someone who is drunk than someone who is jacked-up on Red Bull.
I need some healthy snack ideas that are yummy and cannot be used as projectiles. 😀 This is for the aforementioned ornery, hyper children in my Wednesday night class. I found out that some of them are not getting supper on Wednesday nights and are pretty hungry by the time they come to class. I’m hoping that if I offer food some of them will be less tempted to go for the Red Bulls and candy bars, and they might be a little less disruptive. So, if you have any easy, healthy, snack ideas – preferably something that doesn’t have much sugar – please share them with me. 🙂