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    What food or drink do people have whilst revising?

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    Popcorn ^_^


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    I like to have Tea. Although, some times I'll munch on Polo's :P
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    coffeee
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    Sour patch kids, ginger beer and sensations amongst other things
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    Grapes and water.
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    (Original post by violetvictorious)
    Popcorn ^_^


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    (Original post by Magistl)
    I like to have Tea. Although, some times I'll munch on Polo's :P
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    coffeee
    (Original post by TheDaylighter)
    Sour patch kids, ginger beer and sensations amongst other things
    So generally caffeine and unhealthy food!

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    Grapes and water.
    Would be a good idea but I eat grapes too quickly so my parents don't buy them often may spend some of my own money on them when I get back to school



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    Hey popcorn was the healthiest out of all that was mentioned! (Besides grapes)


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    That's the life I enjoy :cool:
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    Endless cups of tea


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    (Original post by violetvictorious)
    Hey popcorn was the healthiest out of all that was mentioned! (Besides grapes)


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    I said generally, personally I consider popcorn a treat and most of my treats are unhealthy

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    (Original post by BryonyG98)
    I said generally, personally I consider popcorn a treat and most of my treats are unhealthy

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    buy the popcorn kernels from tesco/ holland and barret and pop your own popcorn I quite like it plain.
    If I'm revising, I usually have a bottle of water, a mug of coffee and a flask of fruit tea on the go. Frozen grapes are nice. I quite like nibbling on rice cakes.

    If I'm in the library at silly o clock in the mornig before a deadline, then I'm mainlining coffee and sugar free red bull, and a packet of chocolate digestives will not last that long!
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    (Original post by .snowflake.)
    buy the popcorn kernels from tesco/ holland and barret and pop your own popcorn I quite like it plain.
    If I'm revising, I usually have a bottle of water, a mug of coffee and a flask of fruit tea on the go. Frozen grapes are nice. I quite like nibbling on rice cakes.

    If I'm in the library at silly o clock in the mornig before a deadline, then I'm mainlining coffee and sugar free red bull, and a packet of chocolate digestives will not last that long!
    Frozen grapes? Now that is a new one to me!
    Rice cakes I find have no flavour but I might give the homemade popcorn a go!

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    (Original post by BryonyG98)
    Frozen grapes? Now that is a new one to me!
    Rice cakes I find have no flavour but I might give the homemade popcorn a go!

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    Oh they're amazing. I'm not keen on grapes normally, but frozen, I could live off them (and did last summer because it was so hot...) Have you tried the snack a jack rice cakes? The chocolate ones are lovely.
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    (Original post by .snowflake.)
    Oh they're amazing. I'm not keen on grapes normally, but frozen, I could live off them (and did last summer because it was so hot...) Have you tried the snack a jack rice cakes? The chocolate ones are lovely.
    I haven't tried different flavour rice cakes...I think my friend put me off for life with the plain ones

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    I find (cadburys) chocolate fingers and tea sustain me best although you're right...frozen grapes are amazing

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    (Original post by BryonyG98)
    So generally caffeine and unhealthy food!
    Haha, yeah i'm usually quite healthy but i feel like cooking is wasting my revision time
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    (Original post by TheDaylighter)
    Haha, yeah i'm usually quite healthy but i feel like cooking is wasting my revision time
    Fair enough
    *she says whilst making flapjack lol*

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    (Original post by somegirlcalledea)
    I find (cadburys) chocolate fingers and tea sustain me best although you're right...frozen grapes are amazing

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    choccie fingers are lethal though. You can go through an entire packet and not realise it.
    until you get to the end and then the disappointment...
 
 
 
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