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    LMAOO

    no it aintttt

    eatalicious :rofl:
    lol surprised it ain't a word already
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    i luv u you tell it like it is straight up, followed
    I love me too 😂😭 thanks
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    I love me too 😂😭 thanks
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    I love me too 😂😭 thanks
    i thought i followed you but I dont see it...did you get a follow notif?
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    i thought i followed you but I dont see it...did you get a follow notif?
    Nope I didn't get it
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    (Original post by emerald7770)
    Nope I didn't get it
    Tea's okay, i live (and die) by my coffees though....
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    (Original post by emerald7770)
    Nope I didn't get it
    tsr sucks lol jk

    off to make some BLACK TEA with COFFEE whitener night night
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    tsr sucks lol jk

    off to make some BLACK TEA with COFFEE whitener night night
    It worked now
    Lmao. Rip to your taste buds
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    Tea- anyday- not too milky, with 2 spoons of sugar and a digestive :mmm:
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    Coffee! It does more for me than tea could ever do. I drink it everyday and can't function to the same degree without it.
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    This is the only thing I dislike about the British. Too many tea drinkers compared to Americans and continental Europeans/other Westerners.

    Coffee is life.
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    A good old fashioned cup of traditional English tea. I really don't get why young millenials like to spend over £3 a day on poncey lattes.
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    Tea but only green tea.
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    Yorkshire tea, one sugar, little bit of milk. Sublime.
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    Don't think I've ever tried coffee...

    That's kinda weird now that I think about it.
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    (Original post by emerald7770)
    I prefer Tea.
    Coffee

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    (Original post by caitlin.r98)
    Tea 100% especially Yorkshire tea, nothing that a good brew can't help with Although I do enjoy coffee as you can have lots of different flavours, but only a proper one from a coffee shop.
    I can only drink tea if it's Yorkshire tea.

    Prefer coffee, but not the instant type.
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    Not a fan of either tbh.......

    Tea - need milk and 2 sugars and even then sometimes I like it and other times I don't

    Coffee - no thanks although I love coffee cake and coffee chocolates

    Hot chocolate FTW :thumbsup:
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    (Original post by ikeapanda37)
    not a fan of either tbh.......

    Tea - need milk and 2 sugars and even then sometimes i like it and other times i don't

    coffee - no thanks although i love coffee cake and coffee chocolates:d

    hot chocolate ftw :thumbsup:
    hot choc with whip cream yasss
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    Tea is life
 
 
 
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