The longest would be maybe 8 hours---because I was sleeping. Normally, I like to drink coffee every two hours when possible. I have a high tolerance for caffeine.
About 10 years? I don't really drink coffee, except for the occasional cup of decaf at brunch.
Recently switched to tea being the main staple. I find it difficult with all the coffee ads popping up LOL. I do kinda' get a little push from coffee in the AM seeming to help. Or, I need more wake up time. My motor sputters instead of zoommmssss :-)
I can go days without it, prefer decaf but enjoy a nice coffee mostly on weekends. Overall, I drink much more hot tea than coffee.
I have gone several months without drinking coffee. I basically quit for some time because it was becoming harsh to my stomach. Recently I have fallen off the wagon though Caffeine can be a really strong stimulant if you aren't used to it.
For me, coffee is more of a social/mental thing than it is a physical one (caffeine). So, if I have no one to share it with, I will likely forget to drink coffee that day. I didn't even start until I met my wife when I was 22. So I guess my longest stretch without coffee was 22 years.
Eight to ten hours, mostly during the night when not sleeping. Keeping up with healthy living, coffee is one more thing that my body is pleased with...
I got a bit disgusted with myself for being such a slave to coffee drinking and made up mind to stay away from it for a while and by sheer will power I made it to a week. I thought of having a cup of coffee all the time for that week. My tongue, my mind, my nose, every cell wanted coffee!
I'll never do that again.
Never had one in my life, I can't stand the taste or the smell of it.
One day. Used to be three years, then one bad day ruined that streak....
4 hours max, I am a real coffee addict unfortunately and if I go longer than that I get quite agitated!
by TycoonSam 6 years ago
If you had to quit one of these two drugs, which one would you quit, Alcohol or Caffeine?
by SmartAndFun 7 years ago
How much caffeine is the average cup of coffee?
by Susan Keeping 8 years ago
I have decided I have to stop. I am so sad. I love coffee; the taste, the smell, how it makes me feel.But lately I've been having pains in my chest that go away when I don't drink coffee. So, I think I'll have to switch full time to tea. I bought some green tea yesterday and when I was drinking it...
by rlaha 7 years ago
I prefer tea over coffee, but sometimes when I feel I need that extra "kick", I will drink coffee. Tea makes me feel warm and cozy. I guess that is why I prefer it.
by Kelly Kline Burnett 8 years ago
Trying to live frugally I have tried to use my Keurig machine in a frugal manner and squeeze a second cup of coffee out of the K-Cup. I have found the second cup of tea tastes great but the coffee on the second try is horrible.Have you tried this?Is this enough money for you to switch to tea over...
by Earl S. Wynn 8 years ago
I've heard that giving up coffee and sweets gives you more energy! Is this true?
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