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Prompt - Describe My Favorite Drink

Non-alcoholic? When I was young or now? lol

Anyway, my favorite drink happens to be none other than (no, not wine) coffee. If I were to venture a little further for the sake of my all-encompassing need to encompass everything liquid into this category, I would include soup too, actually.

Generally, speaking, I love all types of drinks except fizzy drinks. Well, I like them but I don't allow myself to drink too many within a single day.

There are very few people in my life who don't drink coffee and one of them is my mom. She could be drinking coffee early in the morning and STILL can't sleep at night. God knows why. But that is the stance she has taken since forever and she will stick to it. One of my best of friends don't drink coffee either....come to think of it, I've never asked her why. =)

There's something about the aroma, the piping hot liquid, the sweetness and (depending on the type of coffee, of course) sometimes bitterness in the drink that is always a bit mystical to me. Like, how can this hot, aromatic and bitter thing be ANY good for my morning and....VIOLA...the morning is better already!

If I get good work done (the result is sometimes extreme sleepiness), I reward myself with another cup around tea time. Or I just give myself permission to have tea, instead. Whilst it was perfectly fine for me, as a young adult, to liberally consume 6 cups of coffee a day (and sometimes, I can survive on all-coffee-eff-water all day - I know, it's amazing), I don't go past the 2-a-day limit I impose on myself.

But yup, that's my favorite drink. Coffee.



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