Coffee, leads to a better life?

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Coffee, leads to a better life?

Postby driven » 24 Aug 2010, 14:40

I must say that I think that this is true. Even though I exercise and work out there are times where I need a stimulant to make it through the last push, like exams. If I graduate then I have no problems with using coffee to get to that better life.
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Re: Coffee, leads to a better life?

Postby CrazyBaby » 25 Aug 2010, 00:44

I don't know. May be coffee it is "your way" to the best life. May The Force of the Jedi be with you!!! =)
I don't feel any difference when I drink coffee. It is habit or tradition already =)
The push for me is my dog =) and jog in the mornings ... and cold shower
I don't have a problem with caffeine. I have a problem without caffeine!
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Re: Coffee, leads to a better life?

Postby DarkRoastJack » 26 Aug 2010, 03:56

brrrrr... cold shower....

As for coffee... if not a better life, at least good life is surely guaranteed if you drink it on a regular basis :)
When you drink it in the morning, you're starting your day with something delicious which is cool. A good cup can make your day and sometimes one good day can make your life! :)
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Re: Coffee, leads to a better life?

Postby driven » 26 Aug 2010, 09:58

Cold showers for me can be a bit torturous! But you are right, each of us has our ways and if they lead us to the good life then they are to be looked at with respect and happiness! Did I mention that I love all of my fellow coffee lovers?
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Re: Coffee, leads to a better life?

Postby DecafMom » 27 Aug 2010, 06:27

I never thought caffeine affected me, but it seems it does more now than it did when I was younger. I know that I'm affected by the *sugar* that I put in my coffee, though!
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Re: Coffee, leads to a better life?

Postby Vulcanit » 01 Jun 2011, 05:11

Only a real coffee lover can say something like that :)
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Re: Coffee, leads to a better life?

Postby Derek » 18 Sep 2013, 03:07

Well, you better be careful with that thought of yours, driven, since coffee may become an addiction. :d ;)
The powers of a man's mind are directly proportioned to the quantity of coffee he drinks - Sir James Mackintosh
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Re: Coffee, leads to a better life?

Postby jimmyjim1299 » 20 Dec 2015, 07:11

driven wrote:I must say that I think that this is true. Even though I exercise and work out there are times where I need a stimulant to make it through the last push, like exams. If I graduate then I have no problems with using coffee to get to that better life.



Coffee does lead to a better life. You feel more energy, more motivation to do stuff and so on.
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Re: Coffee, leads to a better life?

Postby kyne08 » 04 Mar 2017, 00:03

Very well said by anyone that if you have a well and good specialist doctor then you have a long life.

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