Jesus of Suburbia:)
Really, though, tea is the way to go. There is nothing better than a nice big mug of Earl Grey on a cold wintry day. Besides, don't you know the acid in coffee eats away your stomach lining? I'd prefer to keep mine intact, thanks...I'll stick with tea. It's tastier, anyway.
However, I do enjoy the occasional caramel Frappuccino, so that does get a bit of kudos.
Rookie, you traitorous bastard! :kiwi:
Don't get me wrong, Tea is good as well (Especially those herbal ones, and Iced Tea of course), but you can't beat a hot cup of Coffee. :coffee:
Wanna go Double Dutch?
9th December 2003
RevenTea should win by miles. There are so many different varieties, flavours and aromas.
We measure in kilometers buddy. Sorry. ;)
I never stumbled upon a restaurant or café with frappuccino but by the sounds of it pwns. Not fair. I would love to try that one. :(
Shizzle my nizzle
28th July 2004
Silly continental chaps. Driving on the wrong side of the road...
Costa's coffee is far superior to Starbucks, so if you happen to come across one of them, make sure you try everything. I'd love to work there, with all the smells.
Voice of joy and sunshine
26th May 2003
Coffee. What was that old phrase? Ah yes. 'Black as death, hot as hell, sweet as love.' I don't even like the stuff, I just need the caffeine to get up in the mornings and do the run down to the bus in town.
Tea, its more relaxing and soothing, and helps me to calm down and is better for you if you asked me this question 2 years ago, the answer would of been COFFEE! COFFEE! COFFEE! NEED COFFEE! CAN'T LIVE WITH OUT COFFEE. COFFEE IS MORE ADDICTING THAN CRACK! I was hopelessly addicted to it It was so common to see me with a cup of coffee, especally when i was in school, that the end of the year vararity show, my physics teacher did a skit, he was playing me, wearing the same kinda clothes, and haveing a cup of tim hortons coffee in my hand. a little off topic this skit was in a fictional class. I had these wooden blocks that i would put inder my the legs of my desk to prop it up a litt.e i am 6'8, and a big boy too. so the regular desks were too small for me, he used something similar, except he had this school desk that was for a young child, which made it especally entertaining