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    Anyone else?
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    Oooh thanks for the info - I'll try this as a new technique for drugging girls :love:
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    (Original post by Lord Nice)
    Oooh thanks for the info - I'll try this as a new technique for drugging girls :love:
    :lol: What the.
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    (Original post by Luceria)
    :lol: What the.
    GHB in their drink is getting too suspicious nowadays
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    The warmth of any hot drink makes me drowsy, so you're not alone. I got into the habit of drinking copious cups of coffee to try and keep me awake when studying; but at first didn't feel the effect.

    I just drank more and eventually, I woke up. Also, if you leave your coffee to cool a bit before drinking (so that it's not comfortingly warm - just warm) that works as well.

    If all else fails, Pro Plus.
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    Black coffee or milky/sugary coffee? Black coffee has always prevented me from sleeping, but anything with milk has the totally opposite effect. Especially hot chocolate...
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    (Original post by Calian)
    Black coffee or milky/sugary coffee? Black coffee has always prevented me from sleeping, but anything with milk has the totally opposite effect. Especially hot chocolate...
    Black very strong coffee. lol. I'm not fond of the milky/sugary ones.
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    Yeah it makes me sleepy too totally the adverse effect.
 
 
 
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