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Ginger ale

coffee

crown royal

not necessarily in that order
Pepsi!

and I CAN tell the difference Big Grin
Pepsi Max (no sugar).

I should be drinking black tea, unsweetened (I have a box of Dilmah brand teabags on my desk).
No sugar?
NO SUGAR!

Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat?
No, no, no.
It's not the same without the calorific impact Big Grin
(11-11-2013 09:27 AM)142857 Wrote: [ -> ]Pepsi Max (no sugar).

I should be drinking black tea, unsweetened (I have a box of Dilmah brand teabags on my desk).

what is black tea good for?

never seen any.
Sprite
(11-11-2013 10:12 AM)skyblue1 Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-11-2013 09:27 AM)142857 Wrote: [ -> ]Pepsi Max (no sugar).

I should be drinking black tea, unsweetened (I have a box of Dilmah brand teabags on my desk).

what is black tea good for?

never seen any.

We colonial descendants of the English are a strange lot.

Tea normally has milk and sugar added. Tea without milk is called "black tea". With milk it is "white tea". My grandfather, in less politically correct times, used to say "I like my tea like I like my women: strong and black!".

I dislike drinking plain water. Black tea, no sugar, does the job and provides a mild stimulant effect as a bonus.

(11-11-2013 09:33 AM)cynara Wrote: [ -> ]No sugar?
NO SUGAR!

Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat?
No, no, no.
It's not the same without the calorific impact Big Grin

I avoid simple carbs until at least late afternoon. Any boost they give me is very temporary, then I'm struggling not to fall asleep.
(11-11-2013 11:14 AM)142857 Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-11-2013 10:12 AM)skyblue1 Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-11-2013 09:27 AM)142857 Wrote: [ -> ]Pepsi Max (no sugar).

I should be drinking black tea, unsweetened (I have a box of Dilmah brand teabags on my desk).

what is black tea good for?

never seen any.

We colonial descendants of the English are a strange lot.

Tea normally has milk and sugar added. Tea without milk is called "black tea". With milk it is "white tea". My grandfather, in less politically correct times, used to say "I like my tea like I like my women: strong and black!".

I dislike drinking plain water. Black tea, no sugar, does the job and provides a mild stimulant effect as a bonus.

(11-11-2013 09:33 AM)cynara Wrote: [ -> ]No sugar?
NO SUGAR!

Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat?
No, no, no.
It's not the same without the calorific impact Big Grin

I avoid simple carbs until at least late afternoon. Any boost they give me is very temporary, then I'm struggling not to fall asleep.

Thanks for the explanation
Maybe before too long a cup of Coffee
I miss the in-house subsidised cafe we had at my last job.
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