View Poll Results: Caffeine or alcohol?

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  • Caffeine (coffee drinks or tea)

    17 54.84%
  • Caffeine (soda)

    5 16.13%
  • Caffeine (other)

    1 3.23%
  • Alcohol (wine or beer)

    3 9.68%
  • Alcohol (liquor)

    0 0%
  • Alcohol (other)

    1 3.23%
  • Neither caffeine nor alcohol

    4 12.90%
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    Re: Caffeine or alcohol?

    Quote Originally Posted by roguenuke View Post
    I can't stand the taste of coffee, but I absolutely love the smell.
    You and me both. I've actually never tasted coffee, but the smell is wonderful.
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    Re: Caffeine or alcohol?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kandahar View Post
    What do you prefer to drink - caffeine or alcohol?
    I drink both in moderation. I used to drink soda fairly regularly. Now, though, I drink one large dark coffee with two sugars every day for my caffeine fix, and rarely drink soda. If I do drink soda, I try to drink those with sugar instead of HFCS.

    I don't drink nearly the amount of alcohol I used to. I enjoy mostly liquor, then wine, and tolerate beer. I used to drink whiskey and rum, but now I tend to stick to kahlua for an occaissional drink. I drink whatever wine the wine store recommends for the occaission, but I adore Japanese plum wine. When it comes to beer, I used to drink hard lemonades, which I will drink to get it out of the refridgerator, but my preferences is Guinness. I don't like to drink any other types of beer.

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    Re: Caffeine or alcohol?

    Coffee at work since its free to me.

    Sweet Tea (black or green) at home in enormous quantities.

    I don't drink alcohol

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    Re: Caffeine or alcohol?

    Coffee for me, or better yet espresso.

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    Re: Caffeine or alcohol?

    I drink un-sweet iced tea everyday.During the winter I drink hot tea, there is a coffee shop in town that sells different varieties of loose leaf tea.
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    Re: Caffeine or alcohol?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kandahar View Post
    What do you prefer to drink - caffeine or alcohol?
    Caffeine. Soda. Specifically, diet Dr. Pepper is my poison.

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    Re: Caffeine or alcohol?

    Quote Originally Posted by 1069 View Post
    Caffeine. Soda. Specifically, diet Dr. Pepper is my poison.
    diet Dr. Pepper is pretty much the only diet soda I enjoy. It taste like the real Dr. Pepper.

    Most diet sodas taste like ass
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    Re: Caffeine or alcohol?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kali View Post
    diet Dr. Pepper is pretty much the only diet soda I enjoy. It taste like the real Dr. Pepper.

    Most diet sodas taste like ass
    I've never tried Diet Dr. Pepper.

    All the others I've tried (accidently) were terrible...I've heard you have to force yourself to acquire a taste for it, but personally, that worries me.

    Further, I've heard bad things about artificial sweeteners used in diet drinks (don't know how accurate those things are). But since I rarely drink soda anyway, I simply go for the non-diet when I do, thus avoiding any potential negative effects anyway (not to mention the taste).

    Edit: I've heard Coke Zero (or whatever that's called) isn't so bad in the taste department...
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    Re: Caffeine or alcohol?

    DDP Rules, although I usually buy Coke Zero now because it mixes much better with Rum B-)
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    Re: Caffeine or alcohol?

    Both, and more than I should. I don't get hammered all the time; but I like my PBR. And the morning wouldn't be the morning without too much coffee.
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