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    I am drinking a, Mike's Harder Fruit Punch. It tastes like Kool-Aid and cheap vodka. That is to say, it tastes like shit. My fault, I should have bought real beer. Cheers.


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    A cup of decaffeinated coffee. I know, very boring.


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    Last night I was drinking gin and lemonade, mixed about 50:50 (I actually hate gin :S) followed by a fair amount of lager.

    To be honest, it's quite rare I'll be drinking and be online at the same time...
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    Tap water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by (In)Sanity
    Saliva.
    Yours?




    I'm having a diet coke. Was considering some Hennessey though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkinWalker
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    Saliva.
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    I'm having a diet coke. Was considering some Hennessey though.
    Hmm, yes at the moment
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    Instant coffee. It's not instant enough...
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    nothing - 8 mugs of coffee in a day is enough, won't need any more intake tonight
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    just about to open a bottle of

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    Does chocolate pudding count as a drink?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JennLonhon
    Does chocolate pudding count as a drink?
    Hmm, I'm not sure where the viscosity cut off point is for what is classified as a "drink" falls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by (In)Sanity
    Quote Originally Posted by JennLonhon
    Does chocolate pudding count as a drink?
    Hmm, I'm not sure where the viscosity cut off point is for what is classified as a "drink" falls.
    I'm thinking "straw test".
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    Quote Originally Posted by GiantEvil
    Quote Originally Posted by (In)Sanity
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    Does chocolate pudding count as a drink?
    Hmm, I'm not sure where the viscosity cut off point is for what is classified as a "drink" falls.
    I'm thinking "straw test".

    Hmmm, but some people suck more than others. So I'm not sure how valid that test would be. Perhaps a reference suck level.
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    Quote Originally Posted by (In)Sanity
    Hmmm, but some people suck more than others. So I'm not sure how valid that test would be. Perhaps a reference suck level.
    Check the tailpipe of their Harley for chrome?
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    eating carrots !!



    which is like a juice after chewing for a while !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GiantEvil
    Quote Originally Posted by (In)Sanity
    Hmmm, but some people suck more than others. So I'm not sure how valid that test would be. Perhaps a reference suck level.
    Check the tailpipe of their Harley for chrome?
    I was kinda joking lol but glad to see it turned into scientific discussion hahha anyway, isn't pudding a non-Newtonian fluid? Sometimes liquid sometimes solid I'm gonna consider it a drink even tho I eat it with a spoon
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    Quote Originally Posted by JennLonhon
    Quote Originally Posted by GiantEvil
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    Hmmm, but some people suck more than others. So I'm not sure how valid that test would be. Perhaps a reference suck level.
    Check the tailpipe of their Harley for chrome?
    I was kinda joking lol but glad to see it turned into scientific discussion hahha anyway, isn't pudding a non-Newtonian fluid? Sometimes liquid sometimes solid I'm gonna consider it a drink even tho I eat it with a spoon
    That's the specialty about The Science Forum !! It turns even a small talk into a scientific one, isn't this amazing !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yash
    Quote Originally Posted by JennLonhon
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    Hmmm, but some people suck more than others. So I'm not sure how valid that test would be. Perhaps a reference suck level.
    Check the tailpipe of their Harley for chrome?
    I was kinda joking lol but glad to see it turned into scientific discussion hahha anyway, isn't pudding a non-Newtonian fluid? Sometimes liquid sometimes solid I'm gonna consider it a drink even tho I eat it with a spoon
    That's the specialty about The Science Forum !! It turns even a small talk into a scientific one, isn't this amazing !!
    Totally!! hehe

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    Coffee, to counteract the Temazepam, which I took to counteract the Pepsi, which I bought because it was on offer in Tesco.

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    Coffe, awful, bitter, weak. Office machine. Free, which is the only thing it's got going for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunbury
    Coffe, awful, bitter, weak. Office machine. Free, which is the only thing it's got going for it.
    I was in the same boat until about a month ago. My girlfriend got tired of hearing me complain so hooked me up santa style.
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    Cheap beer. Ah, the simple pleasures of being a student...
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    Frijj Cookies and Cream, got lots of protein in it!
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    suggest me a, good time pass healthy natural drink !!

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    Tesco value coffee.



    It tastes like water that's been burnt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drowsy turtle
    Tesco value coffee.



    It tastes like water that's been burnt.
    Add a hot cocoa packet and some milk for a "ghetto" mocha.
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    Coffee。 It's really thick.
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    Enough of drinking. Currently there's a huge water scarcity around, you know !! 8)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yash
    Enough of drinking. Currently there's a huge water scarcity around, you know !! 8)
    I'm not bothered about water, but if coffee and beer start running out, let me know so I can stock up
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    Quote Originally Posted by drowsy turtle
    Tesco value coffee.



    It tastes like water that's been burnt.
    where's the value ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by marnixR
    Quote Originally Posted by drowsy turtle
    Tesco value coffee.



    It tastes like water that's been burnt.
    where's the value ?
    I think it and the quality ran off somewhere together...
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    still, you don't get to burn water every day
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    This drinking discussion is non-scientific. Here, we are to discuss something scientific. So, go and start thinking !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yash
    This drinking discussion is non-scientific. Here, we are to discuss something scientific. So, go and start thinking !!
    I just love this forum !!!! 8)
    Thats why its in the "general discussion section" mate :P
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    wait till you read my book "How to burn water in 24 easy lessons"
    you will be overwhelmed by the science of it !
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    Yip! But not as tasty as Black Label though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yash
    This drinking discussion is non-scientific. Here, we are to discuss something scientific. So, go and start thinking !!
    Such topics might bring us inspiration. Alas, the alcohol we are all apparantly drinking may cause us to forget said inspiration
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    We are not all drinking alcohol. My beverage of the moment is a nice cup of PG Tips with milk.
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    Admittedly, I'm drinking coffee at the moment (Kenco, rather than Tesco Value, because I'm back home and don't have to pay for it )...
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    You guys need to get a french press and grind your own beans, instant coffee is garbage.
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    Remy Martin VSOP
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dkav
    You guys need to get a french press and grind your own beans, instant coffee is garbage.
    p.s. french pressed coffee has a ton more antioxidants
    Uhhmmm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by inow
    Coffee. Black. No sugar. Fresh ground. French pressed.
    niiiiice

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    what kind (brand) of coffee do you get inow? What's the best in your opinion?
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    Usually the one that is on sale.
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    irish coffee to relieve some stress and at the same time give me focus for studying for final exams!
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    Quote Originally Posted by marnixR
    nothing - 8 mugs of coffee in a day is enough, won't need any more intake tonight
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