I was thrilled to get my hands on a case of viral Prime energy drinks from Costco – trolls call me sad but I don't care | The Sun

IF you haven't heard the hype about the viral Prime energy drinks, then you must've been living under a rock.

From being sold for huge mark up costs on eBay to causing lengthy queues and even fights in supermarkets, the energy drink, created by YouTube superstars Logan Paul and KSI, has sent shoppers wild.

So it's little surprise one woman was delighted after spotting a whole case of the popular energy drinks in her local Costco.

Kirsty Evans took to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK and shared a snap of the pack-of-12 sitting in her trolley.

Alongside the post, she penned: "Loads of prime in Bristol Costco.

"For the people calling me sad.


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"I have 4 children who wanted to try them so if that’s sad so be it."

The post has since received over 1,500 likes and been flooded with hundreds of comments – but not everyone was impressed.

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"Don't get what all the hype is !! Its just a b****y energy drink," wrote one.

A second commented: "It is sad and parents are encouraging the prices by buying them!"

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A third penned: "Saddddd."

However, others were quick to take to the comments section to defend Kirsty for just trying to make her children happy.

"At the end of the day they are your children and you decide what they drink and what they eat as long as they like it. Never mind about some of these comments," reassured one.

Another penned: "Literally all these comments moaning about the product.

"She’s going the extra mile to keep her children happy! Who gives a f about what the product is! Go mama!

"I’m sure the kids will be ecstatic when you show them."

Another commented: "You're not sad at least you’ve bought them at the proper price."

Meanwhile, a fourth added: "I think people who are making comments about it being 'sad' either never got to have that 'it' item from their childhood or coincidentally have forgotten there was something we all saw as a 'must have.'

And a further noted: "No problem in people paying rrp for it, it's the whoppers paying £20-£100 that's the problem."

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