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2019/04/21 10:12:59 (permalink)
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Crazybulk - does it actually work?

As the title says, their site makes some spectacular claims as you'd expect, even the reviews are good as long as they're genuine, but has anyone on here used the stuff, and if you did how would you rate it?

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    faipdeooiad
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    Re: Crazybulk - does it actually work? 2019/04/21 14:01:44 (permalink)
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    No, they’re absolute scams and should be avoided like the plague.
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    Re: Crazybulk - does it actually work? 2019/04/21 17:12:27 (permalink)
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    You have to admire their cheek, selling merchandise so everyone can tell that you are a mug. 
     
    Snake oil 

    Ignorance: Reassuringly Expensive.






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    Re: Crazybulk - does it actually work? 2019/04/21 17:13:45 (permalink)
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    there's a review by AthleanX, go watch it. I'll just let you know they are worse than legal supplements. Worse in, they don't do ****.
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    Re: Crazybulk - does it actually work? 2019/04/21 18:18:30 (permalink)
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    Never heard of them
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    Re: Crazybulk - does it actually work? 2019/04/21 18:47:48 (permalink)
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    When I think ‘ crazy bulk ‘ , I think of having 3x pre dinner Whoppers every day for 16weeks with a gram each of test and tren! But that’s old school! Currently frowned against !
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    Re: Crazybulk - does it actually work? 2019/04/21 18:54:49 (permalink)
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    Have you done that Animal?
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    Re: Crazybulk - does it actually work? 2019/04/21 19:31:52 (permalink)
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    Have you done that Animal?


    Not far off mate. I would use food and gear abuse as an ‘excuse’ for trying to get as strong as i could.

    My mate worked at the local football club ‘acquired’ a roll of pre printed
    Tickets which happened to have a ‘buy one get one free’
    Deal on whoppers meals on the back. I did that every day at lunch time for 3 months until the tickets ran out!

    I also made friends with the guy at the Tesco hot deli counter, and he would keep 2 hot rotisserie chickens for me which were reduced to £1.75 each and I’d pick up at 3oclock. 2 full chickens and a tiger baguette with mayo was a staple lunch for a few years. Made me strong as fvck but i also climbed massively in body weight !
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    Re: Crazybulk - does it actually work? 2019/04/21 20:15:27 (permalink)
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    **** that.
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    Re: Crazybulk - does it actually work? 2019/04/21 20:41:33 (permalink)
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    ANIMAL
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    Have you done that Animal?


    Not far off mate. I would use food and gear abuse as an ‘excuse’ for trying to get as strong as i could.

    My mate worked at the local football club ‘acquired’ a roll of pre printed
    Tickets which happened to have a ‘buy one get one free’
    Deal on whoppers meals on the back. I did that every day at lunch time for 3 months until the tickets ran out!

    I also made friends with the guy at the Tesco hot deli counter, and he would keep 2 hot rotisserie chickens for me which were reduced to £1.75 each and I’d pick up at 3oclock. 2 full chickens and a tiger baguette with mayo was a staple lunch for a few years. Made me strong as fvck but i also climbed massively in body weight !


    I used to work on the hot counter at Asda and did the same thing. Half extra tasty chicken and a mini tiger roll baguette for about 60p because I also did the clunter’s reductions, which all amazing happened 5 minutes before my break
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    Re: Crazybulk - does it actually work? 2019/04/22 07:37:59 (permalink)
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    Thanks Guys, I've managed to find some independent reviews, what a giggle.
     
    I can't believe that they're still in business.
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    Re: Crazybulk - does it actually work? 2019/04/22 11:15:51 (permalink)
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    stephec
    Thanks Guys, I've managed to find some independent reviews, what a giggle.
     
    I can't believe that they're still in business.


    They’re in business because unfortunately not everyone’s as smart as you.

    They buy first then start asking questions
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