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Old 11-24-08, 11:15 AM   #1
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Choose your poison

As I sit here at my desk, taking the last sip of my cold morning coffee, I thought to myself, what is worse, cold coffee or warm flat cola?

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3 day old milk that was not homogenized or pastuerized.
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as dustin hoffman once said with disdain while wearing an extremely wide collar. 'coffee's cold'

I actually like flat cola. Warm kinda sux but cold coffee is way worse imo

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A bottle of warm apple juice you thought was apple juice but was actually filled with pee.
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As I sit here at my desk, taking the last sip of my cold morning coffee, I thought to myself, what is worse, cold coffee or warm flat cola?

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Hey, I actually like warm, flat cola too...I can't stand the carbonation, so I let it sit until all the bubbles are gone before drinking.
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I like warm cola, as well!

Haven't had coffee since my grandmother forced it upon me when I was 8 years old, though.
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cold coffee is worse by far. Even if it's bad coffee, I can shot it down if it's hot. If it's cold, no go. It doesn't matter how good it is.
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Gutter water.
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Gutter water.
Oh believe me, bong water is much worse.


...or so I've heard, not that I'd know.
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Brackish water.

I can never order a mixed drink with branch water because I'll keep thinking it's from a swamp....
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Iocane powder - I've spent the past few years building up an immunity to it.
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coffee of any type.
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Cold coffee that has cream and sugar in it is pretty darn good......
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I like my coffee black. I'll put sugar in it, but not stir it. THat way, you have black coffe when it's still hot, but you have basically cold sugary coffee syrup at the end.
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If cola doesn't burn the throat going down, it's not worth drinking. Cold coffee on the other hand is the only thing that gets me through the morning. Yeah, I prefer hot coffee, however it's rare that I have the time at work to drink it while it's still hot.
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cold coffee you can nuke to fix right up, just like a 2-day old donut. flat cola is beyond help
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cold coffee is worse, unless it has a fancy name and lots of sugar.
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Iced coffee is excellent, perhaps with coffee ice cubes to avoid any hint of dilution. Add ice cream, or whipped cream for special effects.

Coke/Pepsi/cola in any shape or form is just disgusting.
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you are using that word again.
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I was visiting my brother at his frat house during college. A lot of guys dipped snuff back then, and beer cans/bottles were popular spitoons. A took a swig off a long neck full of Copenhagen juice.

That is way up there on my list of things not to drink.
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