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post #11 of 55 Old 03-25-2013, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
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My favorite saying.....

'Without coffee, I have no identifiable personality whatsoever!'

Don't know who originally quoted that.....but it must have been either a mother of a new born or an insomniac
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post #12 of 55 Old 03-25-2013, 09:41 PM
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I have never measured the quantity of coffee I drink b/c I don't want to know the answer.
I am a chocoholic, so my favorite kind depends on my mood. After all is said and done - hershey's is still pretty good whereas some of it I can't believe anyone buys more than once. There is just nothing more dissapointing than a pretty piece of chocolate that taste horrible!!
I make no apologies for my coffee and chocolate addictions...they are both legal substances and I don't smoke, drink, or take any sort of drugs.:) So when a "m,t,w,f..." pill popping container toter tells me I drink to much coffee...bwahahahha!!!
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Did I mention that in one hand I have a coffee mug. The other hand holds a monster.
I go through 5-6 monsters a day as well lol

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No coffee, ever. Can't stand the stuff despite trying it in every country, from every coffee maker, and every which way it comes.

Chocolate really should be a bar of Cadbury's Dairy Milk to make me a happy girl.
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post #15 of 55 Old 03-26-2013, 05:38 AM
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I feel like I've put on everything I just worked off at the gym by reading this thread :P

I do like my coffee, but I'm a bit of a coffee snob. Usually I only drink it when I'm at work, or in a thermos when leaving for a super early competition.
If I can't buy it from a good coffee shop, I won't usually drink it, can't stand watery instant coffee!!!!

As for chocolate, pleeeeeaaaaaase don't talk about chocolate near me, I'm trying to be so good avoiding it as much as possible while trying to get myself super fit for the police. But if I break and feel like I NEED chocolate, it's Cadbury dairy milk, or Menz FruChocs (you guys probably wouldn't have Fruchocs, they're made locally here in South Australia and aren't even available in other Australian states as far as I know. But if you get a chance to try them, do it!!!
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I'm with Rosie - You couldn't get me to drink a cup of coffee for €1000. I cant stand it.

Chocolate... meh.... I have to really be in a mood for some otherwise I'm happy to leave it behind. My fav bar is a mint aero, although kinder beunos are nice as well, but if I ate two bars in a month I would be shocked.

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2 cups of coffee, any more and I don't sleep. Favourite chocolate is Cadbury's Fruit ad Nut

But yesterday I found a website making and selling chocolate made from

HAFLINGER MILK!!!

home : Riga Ranch Paardenmelkerij : Paardenmelkerij, paardenmelk, cosmetica, chocolade

I have never tried this and probably wont
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I used to drink lots of coffee but I had to pull back due to heart problems. But I love the occasional flat white or iced coffee. As for chocolate, if I can't get top quality Belgian milk chocolate (the $100 a box sort) I love some 90% dark chocolate or dark chili chocolate - or (and these are truly heavenly) my mum's homemade dark mint chocolate truffles. Chocolate covered espresso beans are also delicious, and I'm also partial to chocolate bullets.

Of other sweets, licorice and Turkish delight rank up there with my favourite chocolate!

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2 cups of coffee, any more and I don't sleep. Favourite chocolate is Cadbury's Fruit ad Nut

But yesterday I found a website making and selling chocolate made from

HAFLINGER MILK!!!

home : Riga Ranch Paardenmelkerij : Paardenmelkerij, paardenmelk, cosmetica, chocolade

I have never tried this and probably wont
That was just posted on haflingerfriends as well. Not sure if I would be trying it either - even if it did become available over here.

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That was just posted on haflingerfriends as well. Not sure if I would be trying it either - even if it did become available over here.
I used to board at a mare's milk facility. Of course they made me try. Not my cup of milk, so to speak, it's thinner than cow milk and sweet.
And for those who worry, no, they don't orphan the babies like they do with cows. It's a share, foals get separated for the twice daily milking only. Moms eat really well, too.
Drafts and Hafis are the breed of choice, "my" guy used Welsh Ponies, he was breeding them anyway.
Milk is used for cosmetics and food, for allergic people. It's quite expensive.
for chocolate....hmmm
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