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How many of you admit that "Coffee is an energy drink for most of the Writers."
i vl definitely agree to it... a cup of latte does wonders..
Coffee doesn't only make my day but also my writing. However, I do have a tendency to actually write with a glass of wine or liquor.
Coffee is my usual and I do believe it actually helps me. However I am currently sitting here with a fruit smoothie. It's got apple, kiwi, lime, grape a bit of spinach and nettle leaf and it looks like regurgitated mushy peas. tastes nice though
I don't drink coffee, but give me a diet cherry Dr. Pepper and I am happy.
I definitely do, but I'm not a black coffee drinker. Right now, I'm sipping on Folgers Caramel Drizzle. Coffee and a bit of exercise is a great way for me to start the day, get my "blood flowing", and help clear my mind!
I'll admit to that! There's nothing like a shot of the old caffeine to get the brain cells stimulated - especially at the end of a tedious and tiring day.
Yuck! I can stand Coffee. I prefer Rockstar Juiced and cigarettes, lol =P
I can admit that now, but before, traditional coffee had No effect on me. The special coffee I drink now gives me real and natural energy though.
I've tried, but it's never done anything for me. I drink big glasses of water instead. It's probably healthier anyway.
by Deninson Mota4 years ago
Do you consume any type of energy drink to help you get through the day?Many people rely on energy drinks such as: 5 Hours Energy, Red Bull, Monster and many others. There is a more convenient source to get natural...
by suichironagi7 years ago
what is good effect of energy drink to our environment?
by Remykuro2 years ago
I have an idea for an energy drink. Can I pitch that to a company?
by Marilyn Gentry3 years ago
What can you say about consumption of energy drink?I've recently read about the effect of energy drinks in our body. I wanna ask you guys if you have personal experience about how energy drinks affect the body.
by Kelly Kline Burnett7 years ago
What works best for you and why?
by TheHoleStory4 years ago
Do you feel that energy drinks really work & actually do what they say they will do?
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