Months ago, Hun told me he’d make me a cup of latte. No, wait. He actually promised me that. He now has several tricks up his sleeve, or so he brags. :P I don’t know what those are since he hasn’t whipped up anything for me yet. Well, he could’ve made one for me two days ago had I not bought a cup of coffee from Kopi Roti. My bad, my bad.
I now offer this set of coffee art as a challenge for him and his mentor, Sir Brian. They said the heart designs were easy. I wonder if these designs are just as easy.
I’m bad, ain’t I? Ha! :>
Would you drink coffee if it were made of all these? (via) *evil grin*
Who needs a cup of 100-peso Starbucks signature espresso if you’ve got a warm cup of cafe latte + sweet coffee brew, perfected by a coffee machine, and didn’t cost you a penny?
Yeah right, like I don’t miss my then-usual Starbucks no whip triple grande mocha.
coffee break! hahaha. coffee break, get it? no? okay. [sad]
I think I’m a caffeine addict. I’m no doctor and I haven’t consulted a doctor, but I think these per-minute cravings for coffee mean something.
According to Coffee Addiction, “Caffeine addicts generally consume about 100 mg of caffeine every single day, which is about as much as half a cup of coffee! Hence, people who drink a cup of coffee daily are considered addicted.” I drink at least two cups of coffee while working and one before I sleep. That makes three (thank you elementary math!), and I’m talking about the minimum number of coffee cups I consume. Shoot.
Looking through the withdrawal symptoms made me realize that I’m probably truly addicted to coffee. “[H]eadaches, physical fatigue, exhaustion, moodiness, muscle aches, difficulty concentrating, irritability and gloom” are what I feel almost everyday. Hubpages.com even stated that PMS (pre-menstrual syndrome) is another symptom of coffee addiction. Come to think of it, I never really had PMS. Not since I started treating coffee as my buddy, that is.
If ever I’m really a caffeine addict, I won’t (will never, nuh-uh) cut down my daily coffee intake. Go ahead and search the intarwebs for the negative effects of coffee. I’m not going to scare myself away from my warm cups of rich goodness, no thank you.
So next time you see me all moody and seemingly unapproachable, do note that it’s not really me, it’s just all because of the beans. ;)
*this entry is inspired by hanna salta’s lovely new blog ^^
coffee and journal