Gyro It's like a Greek roll-up/sandwich thing..
Oh - you mean a KEBAB!!!! Or souvlaki???
Oh, Red Bull... ugh... I have somewhat... traumatic experiences with it.
The year is 2007. The annual Music & Multimedia Fair is home to the PC PLAY Arena among other things. That's ~30 gaming PCs and ~10 consoles. You can imagine the amount of children people around.
So there we are, in the middle of the fair complex and the nearest bathroom and source of fresh water is about 600 meters away. Red Bull was a major sponsor of some of the events, including ours, so that means free Red Bull for everyone. When you're thirsty, you can go take a hike to the toilet or you could open up the fridge chock full of Red Bull and take a cold one. These were sometimes given to some of the good players as an incentive, but it was mostly just for us employees. Since the fair is open 12 hours a day, and one is thirsty a lot, we averaged at about 10 Red Bulls per head per day. For the full eight days of the fair. Couldn't sleep well for almost two weeks. Couldn't get rid of some kind of an acidic taste for five days after it ended. Brr, wasn't pretty I can tell you that.
You know what else isn't pretty? Giving kids Red Bull. Holy hell! If anyone won a round of any of the games we had, they'd get one. And it's really not cool to give a 12yearold a can of concentrated sugar, adrenaline, rascalness and explosives... Why are kids so good at DotA?
You're lucky your heart didn't stop from that many!!!! Some people with pre-existing congenical defects drop dead from Red Bull. A girl who worked at a pub I did some very casual work at had something like that happen to her from an energy drink. She just didn't think when she drank it, even though she knew not to (was tired or something)....