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Old Today, 12:54 PM   #16701
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Your response is a sure sign you need some vitamin supplements or sneak off and enjoy a good hamburger. Where you are I would not suggest a good steak. Too hard to find, particularly for a feeb.
I can see beef cows out my bedroom window. So steak futures I have no issue with


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As to our office coffee, mine is indeed drip coffee that comes from civet processed beans and you cannot see the bottom of the cup through it.
nothing 'average' about your office Ed!

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For some strange reason as the boss I like to give my crew strong doses of caffeine first thing in the morning.
How do you calibrate between them waking up and not getting the jitters before operating the machinery?
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The FULL English Breakfast is near fatal in my experience.

'''I'''ve eaten the same breakfast for the last 22 years''' - BBC News

I had a very greasy one at Mum's Cafe in Portsmouth as a neutral ground for a business breakfast. Huge mugs of tea too. Very transport cafe.

Everything went white and foggy for half an hour afterwards and I could hardly walk. I think it was the horrible Beans that pushed me over the edge. The straw that broke the Camel's back, as it were.

My landlord claims to have eaten the same breakfast for years. But a more conservative Muesli and Fruit.
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There is always coffee that gives a bang for your bucks.
Sainsbury's coffee explosion injures 7 in cafe | Daily Mail Online
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