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Weeeeelll, I changed my opinion. I don't think that those who don't have coffee are weak. I just reckon that Coffee is great. The Caffeine is just an added bonus which frankly, I could really use.

Plus, as Dark Prophet said, ph34r u5 1n d4 m0rn1n9

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*snort* Milo is better. Milo is yummy. Milo looks hot in a toga...*drool* oh, whoops. Um. *looks around* I just watched Atlantis this morning. Perhaps more Milo is needed.

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*shrugs*

I've rediscovered a fondness for the humble ChocWedge. and it's still only $1! I recall, back in the heady days of my youth when they came in many different flavours, but the vanilla ones have captured my heart, and compare most favourably with those hoity-toity Heaven vanilla/choc-coated icecreams (the ones without the sins).


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*grins* We keep Choc Wedges in the freezer. There were the times when they only cost 60 cents or sommat...

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what;s a choc-wedge then? Does it have caffeine in it?

*munches on chocolate flavoured espresso beans*

and I need people to corroborate that i was elsewhere this moring... well, they shouldn;t have woken me up at 7:00am on a Sunday!

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I miss choc wedges.
*goes off into a corner and sulks. *

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*pulls a box of Choc Wedges out of the freezer*

Anybody want some?

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* Jumps Jo for her choc wedges. *
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* looks at everybody else staring. * They're worth it and you know that !

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well let's see....I've never finished a cup of coffee nor started drinking one of my own accord.

I'm a water drinker by day (occasionaly with a switch to the mild pepsi for caffine fix, or even chocolate milk will do!).

I'm a beer or vodka chick by night.

As for the whole cold food thing....I remember and still enjoy the good ole "Sunny Boys!"

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How about the incredible shrinking Wagon Wheel
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On 2002-03-28 00:36, Delirieuse wrote:
I've sung the entire [RHPS] show from beginning to end on public transport with my best (at the time) friend Bek. I've sung the overture from JC Superstar (it has <i>no words</i>) in a line while waiting for my turn on a waterslide. Liam, Saxon and I have sung the entirety of JC, taking different parts. I have sung songs on a train with the rest of the cast from Freedom of the City until some girls came up and made requests. I've walked down the street singing The Hallelujah Chorus.

So don't try and outweird a musical theatre person with singing in public. It just ain't gonna work.
You've forgotten Crispy Christ. I think that rates a mention in your "musical theatre in public"-ness my dear.
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On 2002-03-31 06:08, Rhakylia wrote:
As for the whole cold food thing....I remember and still enjoy the good ole "Sunny Boys!"
Sunny Boys! I want one! I want one NOW!
Grrr. Arg.

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Whee. They still sell 'em at the supermarkets, last time I looked.

*looks strangely at Tycho* That'd better not be jump in the meaning I usually use jump for...never mind. *hands box over and gets another one*

Fresh ones, anyone? Or would *pulls out another box from the freezer* Frosty Fruits suit yous better?

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What's the attraction of beer ?
Just makes me sleepy.

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It puts hairs on your chest.

Or something. More like the inside of your eyelids.
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Yes, there's that.
And it also puts hair on your legs, your arse, your throat, the inside of your cranium, the underside of your tongue...

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Heheh. I don't need any more hair...except on my head.

Grow faster, dammit!

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Coffee makes me sick. So, I just have ridiculous amounts of sugar instead.
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On 2002-04-01 19:37, tycho wrote:
Yes, there's that.
And it also puts hair on your legs, your arse, your throat, the inside of your cranium, the underside of your tongue...
I'd like to join Liam here and say: Ew.

Tych, remember what we were talking about, about lines that one doesn't cross?
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Dani: Motion Seconded. Ew.

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