Glucose is a paradox, best personified as a soccer hooligan. He arrives late for the important match with his mates after the ground is full and is not able to get through the turnstiles. Had he been more punctual, his exuberant energy would have been expended to drive his team over the line. Now this energy is released in other areas, creating havoc in the form of black eyes in pubs, overturned tables in cafes and broken windows. This analogy will become obvious as this article unfolds.
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