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Tea 22 52.38%
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      02-02-2010, 09:58 AM   #1
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Tea or Coffee?

Which do you prefer?

How many cups of each do you have a day?!
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1 cup o' java per day...
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1 cup of coffee in bed wife brings it in, couple in the evening coffee
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In the office: Medium Americano with an extra shot from Costa (first thing), one or two cups of crappy plastic machine coffee during the morning (nothing after midday).

At home: Up to three large espressos during the morning from freshly ground Illy beans

Rarely drink coffee after lunch unless it's on top of alcohol as I can't sleep.

I fcuking love coffee (the stronger the better) and never ruin it with milk or sugar

Don't drink tea - it's for ladies
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tea is the drink of champions (ergo notherners)

upto 10 cups of tetley a day, none of that yorkshire crap
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I make one and drink one, but not the one I make

I drink 1 cup of PG a day, mid-morning at work. Made for me.

When I get home and the kids are in bed, the miswah asks (nags?) me to make her a cup. We have a hot tap thing at home which takes out the whole kettle boiling boredom bit - and I stupidly said when it was being fitted that 'of course I'll make you a cup of tea whenever you ask me'. She has never forgotten.
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I have one cup of coffee before I go to the gym. Drink water throughout the day. Never really understood why people drink coffee throughout the day, makes teeth yellow and puts you on a consistent downer all day in between coffee's
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Don't drink tea - it's for ladies
bah - let's settle it over an arm wrestle (loser wins)
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Large flat white in the morning from my trusty Gaggia.

Was never a coffee snob until I bought the wife an espresso machine, if anyone wants a good bean place I use these and they're excellent.

www.coffeebeanshop.co.uk
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Jeez - are you THAT bored Carlos!!!???
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TEA!! Mostly decaf and then occasionally full fat caf to spice things up. And not forgetting the odd dunky biscuit!! Ginger Nuts!!!
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Flat White coffee every morning - otherwise asleep all day
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TEA!! Mostly decaf and then occasionally full fat caf to spice things up. And not forgetting the odd dunky biscuit!! Ginger Nuts!!!
cant beat a custard cream for dunkin in tea sorry
occassionally a jammy dodger
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Sorry its just RICH TEA for a cuppa! NOTHING ELSE comes close.
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Sorry its just RICH TEA for a cuppa! NOTHING ELSE comes close.

tasteless and i have no skill in preventing the mushy drop off that inevitably happens to the biscuitedly challenged!
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Sorry its just RICH TEA for a cuppa! NOTHING ELSE comes close.
Rich Tea's are boring mate. I agree with custard creams or those chocolate ones.

Cookies and milk are the perfect complements for me.
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tasteless and i have no skill in preventing the mushy drop off that inevitably happens to the biscuitedly challenged!
Their not tastless with tea on them

If yours dunks off, then your shit at it.


Chocolate digestives come a close 2nd for me.
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is it bed time............
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You can't beat a chocolate ring.
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soggy biscuit thread!
reminds me of my first night in the navy!!!
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You can beat a chocolate ring.
read my last!
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read my last!
We always used to talk about that shit in uni but GOD hell no would I want to try it. Does it even go on?!?!?

Guess it's not an urban type myth either judging from Charlie
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