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Saturday, October 4, 2008

Anyone addicted to caffeine?

I found this on the Go! Smell the Flowers site. I highly recommend it. It is a community that can discuss anything, but generally stays in the realm of inspiration, health, fun, travel, books, and media. I visit there at least one time per day. I really recommend checking it out for about a week to get a feel of it and just jump right in on any of the topics or discussions. Some get very interesting and some are just funny.

I think, I'm backwards on this because I tend to wake up willing to kill for my first morning cup and get depressed as I have none in the evening.


Laura said...

I'm a big time coffee drinker and I loved that graph. Too funny!

susan said...


Caffeine addict here. Addicted to ice tea.

And Diet Cherry Coke.

Loved the graph too.

Wandering Coyote said...

I don't drink coffee, but I am a chocoholic. This chart works well for that addiction, too!

Anonymous said...

I was well addicted, id put like 3 heaped teaspoons in each cup of coffee. And i was crazy on diet coke etc etc. I cut aspartame and caffine out of my diet and believe me it was one hell of a cold turkey.


Mike Golch said...

Oh yeh I a cafeine addict as well. whether it is coffee onr soda with cafeine gotta have it.

Border Life said...

Ahahahaha! Yes! Yes! Yes! I used to be an 8 cup a dayer, now I'm down to 1 or 2. Funny, funny. Thanks! <3 BL

Immi said...

Um, yep, Diet Coke here. I am managing my addiction lately. One diet coke a day. Ugh. I'm tired of that. And yes, it makes me tired.

J said...

Great graph, That stuff is real! Thanks for the comments on my blogs. I greatly appreciate it. I read some of your blogs and I want you to know that i admire your courage and strength! take care!

Clueless said...

Thank you J. Thank you for visiting and for the compliments. Hope you comeback.

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