After wandering around the site I discovered some really bizarre information that my utter minimal amount of Biochem knowledge found intriguing.
See now the connection between amphetimines, methamphetamines, chocolate, and caffiene!
Here is the info
(note: white = hydrogen, grey = carbon, blue = nitrogen)
Now, what I find stunning is that in both sets, the differentiation (from left to right) is the replacement of a hydrogen bonded to a nitrogen with a carbon bonded to that nitrogen with 3 more hydrogen. Now of course my chem is so lacking that I don't quite remember what CH3 is. CH4 is methane. What's even more interesting about caffeine is that if you reverse the CH3 on the other ring to H, the Caffeine becomes Theophylline, found predominately in tea.
So whereas the addition of methyl compounds to amphetamines make meth-amphetamines... Apparently, caffeine is Meth-Chocolate.
Anyone for a chocolate easter bunny?