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Alright I'm going makin a coffee run,

Going for coffee, my post are more retarded than normal before I've had my first cup. anyone want anything?


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Venti skim latte please.

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As a teenager, I worked the night shift at Mister Donut over by Clark/Thome, serving coffee at the counter for 35 cents a cup. The three 'flavors' were "black", "cream and sugar" or "just cream".

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New fangled hippie flavored coffee......
nasty, pachouli and sweat flavored coffee? uugggh


Coffee is good, all of it. From the robusto bean laden coffee shop crap to the over-sweetened, gelded, whipped cream topped milkshakes; it's all good! Though I have preferences I think coffee drinking is like taste in women, you're best off not locking yourself into one style or you might be missing out on a whole world of possibilities.

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nasty, pachouli and sweat flavored coffee? uugggh


Coffee is good, all of it. From the robusto bean laden coffee shop crap to the over-sweetened, gelded, whipped cream topped milkshakes; it's all good! Though I have preferences I think coffee drinking is like taste in women, you're best off not locking yourself into one style or you might be missing out on a whole world of possibilities.
agreed. sample them all.

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nasty, pachouli and sweat flavored coffee? uugggh.

Hehe, back when I used to go to Grateful Dead concerts we would pray for rain. Knocks down the stank on em a little. But most would just end up smelling like wet dog.

Coffee is a tool to me, I drink it to come back from the dead.
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Hehe, back when I used to go to Grateful Dead concerts we would pray for rain. Knocks down the stank on em a little. But most would just end up smelling like wet dog.

Coffee is a tool to me, I drink it to come back from the dead.
I take it that's you in your avatar, then?
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"I take it black, like my men"





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"I take it black, like my men"
airplane. classic.

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dunkin donuts treats me right, you can keep your expensive coffee.
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dunkin donuts treats me right, you can keep your expensive coffee.
Dunkin donuts is the best coffee ever. I love that stuff.




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Dunkin donuts is the best coffee ever. I love that stuff.

you go for the coffee.....I read Playboy for the articles too......

No, they have kickass coffee fo show.

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Dunkin donuts is the best coffee ever. I love that stuff.
ugh, they serve up the gut bomb. good flavor, bad results.

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ugh, they serve up the gut bomb. good flavor, bad results.

No kidding, I find my self in the bathroom around 9 everyday which is actually a good thing I guess.




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No kidding, I find my self in the bathroom around 9 everyday which is actually a good thing I guess.

gut bomb and ass-blaster are 2 different coffee descriptors. The first is bad, the second is good.

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Gut-bomb=too much robusto bean. That's the cheap stuff, it's got more caffine though, heavily acidic;hence the bombing effect.

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ugh, they serve up the gut bomb. good flavor, bad results.
actually, now that you mention it I was having some problems yesterday
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