Things All Coffee Addicts Know To Be True
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Things All Coffee Addicts Know To Be True

Give me coffee or give me death.

Things All Coffee Addicts Know To Be True

Listen, I know being an addict of anything is not a good thing. However, my addiction to coffee is something that I've almost welcomed. I have been drinking coffee since high school and am now at the point where I can't function without it daily. My friends and roommates are very aware of the monster I am pre-first cup and have delivered me iced coffees on hungover days. For friends of fellow coffee addicts reading this: the best thing you can do to help is keep fueling the addiction.

1. Nothing compares to the smell of fresh coffee in the morning.

2. Or the sight of an iced coffee on a hot day.

3. This is you before you've had your first cup

4. And this is you afterwards.

5. Nothing compares to the hell of not having access to any coffee.

6. Or the joy of being at a really good coffee shop.

7. Your love for it is so apparent, everyone knows it's the way to your heart.

8. You can't help but roll your eyes at people who refer to Frappuccinos as coffee.

9. As well as people who brag about not drinking coffee.

10. You're waiting patiently for coffee IVs to be a thing.

11. But for now, you'll keep consuming the old fashion way.

12. Keep on drinking and may you be as bold as your coffee.

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