Are you a Morning person? Do you like Coffee? Do you like Sunrise?
Yes, to all of those questions. I tend to have two cups every morning and automatically wake up around 7 am.
I am not a morning person. Therefore I need coffee in the morning, otherwise it will be potentially dangerous for those around me.
I like sunrises, but rarely see them.
Well, I am a morning person only because I am awake STILL when the sun comes up. My day is your night. Coffee oh yes I like my coffee. It's not getting such a bad rap now days. I love sunrises and am awake when it is coming up most days. Night Workers, we're the ones that are sitting there when you get up.
Even though I have to get up early to go to work, I'm not a morning person. Or maybe mornings really aren't that bad and I just hate being jolted awake by the alarm clock. I don't like coffee of any kind. On weekends, I drink iced tea in the morning and, during the week, I get my caffeine boost from a bottle of Pepsi.
It really depends on whether I'm on vacation or not. I've noticed I'm much more likely to appreciate the wee hours of the morning when I don't have to rush off anywhere. Especially so on an island vacation.
As for coffee I've never drank a cup in my life.
Based upon my observations of some people who behave like Jekyll & Hyde depending on whether they've had a cup or not....etc
I'm glad I avoided that addiction.
I'm more of a mid-morning person. I'm at my peak between 10 am and noon. I like coffee and can drink it day or night without it interfering with sleep. I love sunrises, but prefer to see them on the west coast and I live in the Midwest.
I'm not a morning person. I can't stand the taste of coffee. The only way I like seeing the sunrise is if I've been up all night.
I do drink tea, but have found that caffeine has absolutely no effect on me. It neither wakes me up in the morning, nor keeps me awake in the night.
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