A story about this — 6 years ago
Yup, coffee. Though in the end tea does it for me more.
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I may never stop drinking coffee. I’ve had it today, yesterday and I’ll drink it tomorrow, so I’ll never finish. I’ll be done when the doctors pull the cord!
I can’t start my day without my mug o’ personality.
I love coffee, but not so much the taste of it. I really only like the caffeine/sugar buzz. (Sugar, because I never take my coffee black and it’s inevitably filled with sugar and cream.)
Coffee has been a godsend, especially for pulling disastrously unhealthy all-nighters.
It says: “Finished consuming this 36 years ago.”
Rrrriiiight… I’m not that old… How rude of Allconsuming!
I’ve resisted getting a coffeemaker at home, since I didn’t want to get into the habit of drinking too much. But we got a Chemex drip pot for Christmas and it makes such lovely coffee. Addiction is surely right around the corner.
I have always liked coffee, but it was not until I got to university that I became addicted to this brew. In my family everyone is a tea drinker especially my mum who consumes 5-6 cups a day, so it was always easier to have tea as there was always someone making tea and you could just ask them to make another cup. When I got to Uni, I had to make tea or coffee for myself and I always ended up making coffee (well, becaue it was quicker as I used instant coffee.). Over the years my taste in coffee has developed and now I brew my own and sometimes even get beans and ground them.
Recently I got a cappuccino machine and I love it.
Yes, yes, yes! I got a new coffee pot and it is lovely! Now I can continue with my coffee addiction…
I got addicted to lattes at one point. But the milk got to be too much. So, now it’s all about the Americano Misto. Try it — less milky, more coffee goodness. For extra bonus points, order it annoyingly as something like “a tall skinny Americano Misto”.
The Starbucks grande drip w/cream is a favorite (and cheap) treat. I’ve cut back on coffee because I don’t like feeling that I have to have something, but I still have 1 cup of coffee everyday.
Well, I may have to stop consuming this, my coffee pot is being difficult. It hasn’t stopped working completely, but is being so slow and it is leaking water everywhere! I would just get a new one, but I’m pretty sure I’m getting a new one for Christmas. Can my coffee pot last another 13 days?
I lived my first 28 years of life never drinking coffee. Neither my mother nor my sister (both dedicated coffee drinkers) ever had any luck convincing me that it was “good”. Then, at the age of 28, I sat down with my mother and had a cup of coffee. Here it is, one year later, and I’m hooked. I’m hopeless without the morning coffee now!