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    (Original post by AutVinceriAutMori)
    I love brownies :yum:

    Wait, your granddad died of lung cancer and you smoke :eek: ? My granddad's chronic bronchitis was enough to putt me off

    Pizza Hut have beautifull chocolate fudge cake on offer
    yeah. i do.
    my brother is a chainsmoker. he's 16...

    but then again my grandparents (on the other side) were alcoholics. well more like my grandfather was one. my dad almost became one.

    i still drink.
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    (Original post by Jessaay!)
    I have to try this apparently beautiful chocolate fudge cake on offer in Pizza Hut as after saying chocolate fudge cake so many times I have an overwhelming urge to eat some chocolate fudge cake.
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    (Original post by crazyferret)
    That image of chocolate fudge cake doesn't look quite as appealing as the chocolate fudge cake I had in mind, it looks to have too much chocolate on the chocolate fudge cake to be good chocolate fudge cake.
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    (Original post by HiBear)
    yeah. i do.
    my brother is a chainsmoker. he's 16...

    but then again my grandparents (on the other side) were alcoholics. well more like my grandfather was one. my dad almost became one.

    i still drink.
    I honestly believe that an addictive personality is genetic. I avoid cigarettes and drugs but drink quite a lot. Although I have proved to myself that I can go without (exam period and 9 weeks abstinance over Christmas season)
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    (Original post by crazyferret)
    Not good for my diet...
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    (Original post by fatal)
    I honestly believe that an addictive personality is genetic. I avoid cigarettes and drugs but drink quite a lot. Although I have proved to myself that I can go without (exam period and 9 weeks abstinance over Christmas season)
    I become very easily addicted to stuff. Luckily at the moment it's only cups of coffee that i'm addicted to (I get seriously moody if I don't get them regularly).

    In the past i've been addicted to olbas inhalers and vick's first defence - I found that sniffing them helped me through the day and hated being without them :sad:
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    (Original post by fatal)
    I honestly believe that an addictive personality is genetic. I avoid cigarettes and drugs but drink quite a lot. Although I have proved to myself that I can go without (exam period and 9 weeks abstinance over Christmas season)

    i really do have crap genes dont i.

    :cry:

    though i can go without everything and anything for a long period of time if i want to.

    ive been without alcohol for 6 months before exams. . . or no. nevermind. ive had a night or two out in between but still. not heavy drinking anyway..

    :dontknow:
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    (Original post by normalothercitrusfruit)
    I become very easily addicted to stuff. Luckily at the moment it's only cups of coffee that i'm addicted to (I get seriously moody if I don't get them regularly).

    In the past i've been addicted to olbas inhalers and vick's first defence - I found that sniffing them helped me through the day and hated being without them :sad:
    my dad is a coffee addict too.

    urgh. fml.
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    (Original post by HiBear)
    my dad is a coffee addict too.

    urgh. fml.
    If i'm home on my own I drink loads so I get hyper, then keep drinking it so I stay like that :yep:
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    (Original post by HiBear)
    i really do have crap genes dont i.

    :cry:

    though i can go without everything and anything for a long period of time if i want to.

    ive been without alcohol for 6 months before exams. . . or no. nevermind. ive had a night or two out in between but still. not heavy drinking anyway..

    :dontknow:
    Well I had to stop because of the gastritis, other than that I loved my drink.

    (Original post by normalothercitrusfruit)
    I become very easily addicted to stuff. Luckily at the moment it's only cups of coffee that i'm addicted to (I get seriously moody if I don't get them regularly).

    In the past i've been addicted to olbas inhalers and vick's first defence - I found that sniffing them helped me through the day and hated being without them
    The only addiction I seem to have (/had) was overeating. Honestly could eat boxes of jaffa cakes and 10 packs of kitkats with no bother.
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    (Original post by normalothercitrusfruit)
    If i'm home on my own I drink loads so I get hyper, then keep drinking it so I stay like that :yep:
    ever since i started work ive been having at least two cups a day.

    swedish lifestyle of many cups of coffee and really concentrate coffee is so not good for me. but **** it. i love it.


    :emo:
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    (Original post by fatal)
    Well I had to stop because of the gastritis, other than that I loved my drink.
    i love it too. but i know my limits and when to stop...

    or at least i think i do....
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    (Original post by HiBear)
    ever since i started work ive been having at least two cups a day.

    swedish lifestyle of many cups of coffee and really concentrate coffee is so not good for me. but **** it. i love it.


    :emo:
    If i'm at home and bored i'll have two cups with breakfast, one cup mid morning, one cup for lunch, two or three in the afternoon, and a couple in the evening

    The only thing that worries me is that I have two to three sugars per cup :sad:
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    (Original post by normalothercitrusfruit)
    If i'm at home and bored i'll have two cups with breakfast, one cup mid morning, one cup for lunch, two or three in the afternoon, and a couple in the evening

    The only thing that worries me is that I have two to three sugars per cup :sad:
    :eek3:

    sugar with coffee :puke:
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    (Original post by fatal)

    The only addiction I seem to have (/had) was overeating. Honestly could eat boxes of jaffa cakes and 10 packs of kitkats with no bother.
    :eek: I can eat whole packets of chocolate digestives no problem, I used to eat loads of them when I watched Deal or No Deal :sadnod:

    I never get fat though which is fortunate :p:
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    (Original post by fatal)
    Whatya selling?
    Computer science textbooks and really old collectibles (c. 1945) :p:

    Most expensive book on sale is £105, though I have yet to see if they actually sell :p:
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    (Original post by HiBear)
    yeah. i do.
    my brother is a chainsmoker. he's 16...

    but then again my grandparents (on the other side) were alcoholics. well more like my grandfather was one. my dad almost became one.

    i still drink.
    My granddad liked his drink too.
    But you andf your brother should be careful ( don't mean to sound patronizing :o:, I just care about my friends)
    (Original post by Jessaay!)
    I have to try this apparently beautiful chocolate fudge cake on offer in Pizza Hut as after saying chocolate fudge cake so many times I have an overwhelming urge to eat some chocolate fudge cake.
    bake your own ? I never tried baking chocolate fudge cake, because I was busy baking everything else, but shop bought chocolate fudge cakes are good too. What I dislike about chocolate fudge cake is the amount of calories in it, which is unavoidable due to the amount of sugar, butter, flour and chocolate in a an average chocolate fudge cake.But when I eat chocolate fudge cake all I can feel is pure bliss. The white cream in pizza hut chocolate fudge cake is so light, almost souffle-ish
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    (Original post by HiBear)
    :eek3:

    sugar with coffee :puke:
    :eek3:

    socialism :puke:
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    (Original post by Toiletpaper8)
    Computer science textbooks and really old collectibles (c. 1945) :p:

    Most expensive book on sale is £105, though I have yet to see if they actually sell :p:
    Well...if I could afford it I would have a look at the collectibles we've got a fair number of old books passed down through the generations.

    Although the computer science text books don't really float my boat :p: I was hoping for a haem book or something
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    (Original post by AutVinceriAutMori)
    My granddad liked his drink too.
    But you andf your brother should be careful ( don't mean to sound patronizing :o:, I just care about my friends)
    thanks for caring
    but like compared to my brother i dont smoke.

    but i think it's just a phase for him atm..
 
 
 
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