NEWS: Arizona All City NRG Brings Back Disturbing Memories of Airbrushed Overalls

No matter how cool the limited edition subway series cans that contain the Arizona All City NRG look, I can’t help but feel some trepidation about them. Not only do they bring back the upsetting memories I have of airbrushed clothing, they also make me feel like I’m in the wrong part of town and I better get the hell out. I’ve watched enough Law & Order to know where the wrong part of town is.

The energy drink has a pomegranate flavor and is non-carbonated. According to Arizona Beverage Company, “Going ‘All City’ means going all out” and the All City NRG has enough caffeine, taurine and guarana to give you the energy to run away from the popo after they catch you tagging a wall or their police car. An 8-ounce serving contains 150 milligrams of caffeine, 100 milligrams of guarana and 1000 milligrams of taurine.

The Arizona All City NRG comes in 16-ounce cans and an 8-ounce serving contains 100 calories, 0 grams of saturated fat, 10 milligrams of sodium, 28 grams of carbohydrates, 27 grams of sugar, 50% vitamin C, 100% vitamin B6, 100% vitamin B12 and 100% pantothenic acid.

7 thoughts to “NEWS: Arizona All City NRG Brings Back Disturbing Memories of Airbrushed Overalls”

  1. Being from Arizona, I am offended by the cheesy graffiti look.
    Maybe it will get a small following for being “different” than the others though.
    (still cursing the differing, top-looped L in the title…booo!)

  2. Skibs: The Arizona part is the company name not some sort of commentary on Arizona the state…

    Marvo: I missed out on that craze, my mother would have killed me for doing that for my clothes. Amusing since having it done by someone else makes the article of clothing in question cost three or four times as much.

  3. @BeastMasterJ: If I want improper spellings I would read the text messages of a 14 year old.

    @Walter Bernhard: I wish I could stick it to the man, but as owner of this blog, I am the man.

    @skibs: That L looks like the former symbol of the former Artist Formerly Known As Prince.

    @Nok: It seemed so silly because they would sometimes have their named airbrushed on whatever, which I guess was the cool equivalent of writing your name in the waistband of your underwear.

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