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Abraham Lincoln once said: "The best way to destroy an enemy is to make him a friend."

He wasn't talking about Facebook and he definitely wasn't talking about Facedrink, a new venture that will be sure to make an enemy of Facebook.

Retailing at $18 (£12) for six, Facedrink is described as a "social energy drink shot" and it can be purchased on Amazon.

It's sugar-free and contains the Red Bull ingredient taurine and only three calories. Facedrink's "tropical taste" — which is created by "a blend of natural fruit flavors" — is described as the "taste of friendship." Tell that to Zuckerberg's lawyers.

Facebook has rather unreasonably trademarked the word ‘face*’ under certain conditions to stop people cashing in on its brand in exactly this manner.

Check out some of the drinks reviews here.

'*'TM- Facebook inc.

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