Coffee: One of the greatest beverages, or the greatest beverage?

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What kind of coffee do you like best?

  • I like all kinds of coffee!

    Votes: 4 19.0%
  • I can't stand coffee!

    Votes: 2 9.5%
  • Regular Coffee

    Votes: 3 14.3%
  • Bold coffee

    Votes: 2 9.5%
  • Caramel

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • French Vanilla

    Votes: 2 9.5%
  • Hazelnut

    Votes: 1 4.8%
  • Irish Cream

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Amaretto

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Espresso

    Votes: 3 14.3%
  • Other

    Votes: 4 19.0%

  • Total voters
    21
Aug 27, 2005
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#21
You like your coffee black, kyra?!?! Sheesh! normally have about 3/4 's a cup cream and sugar and 1/4 a cup of coffee :p hahaha ...same with my tea... i like tea with my sugar instead of the other way around.
 
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Kyra

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#23
Hahahaha that's not coffee that's sugary cream!!
 
Aug 31, 2005
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#24
My best friend takes coffee with his cream instead of cream with his coffee.
 
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wwjd_kilden

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#25
hehehe, dosn't that make the coffee cold?
 
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wwjd_kilden

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#27
hm, I love latte, but coffee coffee should be without milk
 
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Markus

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#28
I love coffee! I drink it all day every day. The stronger, the better and without milk or sugar or any fancy flavours. It's the first thing I drink in the morning, and the last thing I drink before going to bed. I sometimes finish dinner really quick, just because I'm so looking forward to my after-dinner-cup-of-coffee. I'm actually doing that right now... :eek:
 

oldethennew

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Feb 28, 2016
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#29
we have friends who drink any form of 'caffeine' ANY and at ALL times of the day, every DAY -
as we have watched them age, they usually often get sick and are so 'addicted' that they simply
cannot do certain things unless they have a cuppa in their hand or a 'false BOOST to make themselves
'feel better'...

we have 'warned them' and given them the data, but we have learned that it is mostly a 'comfort drink',
something that makes them FEEL GOOD for how ever long it lasts until the next one, which they simply
cannot go without...

how many of you have ever thought about living your lives 'without' any addictions'???, and what it
would feel like to just live each day in your own God given rhythm, without any enhancements, to get
you through each day???? would you compare it to a 'cell-phone'??? now!!!???

those new 'power enhancing drinks', I predict, will eventually, for those who have become addicted
to them, that they will eventually 'BURST' your heart to pieces!!!

it would seem that most just don't seem to care, and just accept it as the 'norm'...(sad but true)!!!
 
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AuntieAnt

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Feb 23, 2016
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#30
I love bold coffee. Wawa had a limited edition Egyptian blend some time back that was so flavorful & robust, it pampered my mind. I was floating on air while it was available. :eek:

When it ended, my soul cried. :(

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tourist

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Mar 13, 2014
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#31
At home I enjoy a strong robust brew myself, black, no cream or sugar. Enjoy espresso also. On the road I use a little cream in my coffee, preferably from Dunkin' Donuts.
 

oldethennew

Senior Member
Feb 28, 2016
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#32
'Blow'in in the wind'...so few truly Love themselves, but only love their bingkies,
before ALL...
 
Dec 16, 2012
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#33
Fantastic. Water, God's best quencher and energizer, is the best.

we have friends who drink any form of 'caffeine' ANY and at ALL times of the day, every DAY -
as we have watched them age, they usually often get sick and are so 'addicted' that they simply
cannot do certain things unless they have a cuppa in their hand or a 'false BOOST to make themselves
'feel better'...

we have 'warned them' and given them the data, but we have learned that it is mostly a 'comfort drink',
something that makes them FEEL GOOD for how ever long it lasts until the next one, which they simply
cannot go without...

how many of you have ever thought about living your lives 'without' any addictions'???, and what it
would feel like to just live each day in your own God given rhythm, without any enhancements, to get
you through each day???? would you compare it to a 'cell-phone'??? now!!!???

those new 'power enhancing drinks', I predict, will eventually, for those who have become addicted
to them, that they will eventually 'BURST' your heart to pieces!!!

it would seem that most just don't seem to care, and just accept it as the 'norm'...(sad but true)!!!
 

oldethennew

Senior Member
Feb 28, 2016
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#34
Tourist's,

we know that you know better than to treat your Temples in dis-respect to Jesus' wishes -
yet, have you asked yourselves 'why' you choose to destroy your bodies just for the lust
of self-satisfaction, or may we say as a 'high' to get yourselves through each and every day???
what would be the purpose of limiting your lives in order to 'self-serve' to absolutely no avail, -
for all we do to dis-respect our Temples, only shortens our lives and the many purposes that
our Father can use us for to help others...just a few thoughts to consider, for we Love you both'
so very much!!!
 

JosephsDreams

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Dec 31, 2015
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Coffees bad for the body. Don't let them tell you otherwise. For every good quality it has, and I'd does have some benefits, there are 2 adverse and harmful effects. It's what I call a net minus food. Does more harm then good.
 

AuntieAnt

Senior Member
Feb 23, 2016
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#36
Coffees bad for the body. Don't let them tell you otherwise. For every good quality it has, and I'd does have some benefits, there are 2 adverse and harmful effects. It's what I call a net minus food. Does more harm then good.
And I wouldn't doubt for a moment that you're right, Joseph.

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But....

coffee withdrawal.jpg

And...

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(I'm joking!) In all seriousness though, I drink one regular cup in the morning. Once in a blue moon I may have a 2nd cup if I have company and they request I make coffee.

Thanks, JosephsDreams!
I honestly do appreciate your input because I know you know what you're talking about when it comes to health & nutrition. :)

 

JesusLives

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Oct 11, 2013
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#37
I chose other because I like flavored decaf coffee as I like the flavor but not all the jitters from the caffeine and I add creamer.
 
Dec 16, 2012
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#38
we know that you know better than to treat your Temples in dis-respect to Jesus' wishes -
yet, have you asked yourselves 'why' you choose to destroy your bodies just for the lust of self-satisfaction, or may we say as a 'high' to get yourselves through each and every day??? what would be the purpose of limiting your lives in order to 'self-serve' to absolutely no avail, - for all we do to dis-respect our Temples, only shortens our lives and the many purposes that
our Father can use us for to help others...just a few thoughts to consider, for we Love you both' so very much!!!

Such a healthy philosophy on life! I do everything I can to look after myself because I know I'm here to fulfill God's will and if I willingly, knowingly, compromise my health with such poison when God has provided me with so many natural resources that are completely fulfilling, then that doesn't say anything for my ultimate commitment to the Lord and journey through life.
 

Prov910

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I drink coffee every day. Usually six to eight cups. Sometimes more. :)