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    How much do you pay for coffee?

    My medium coffee at Dunkins and the local place is inching closer to the $2 mark.

    :steamin:

    Right now I toss the few cents left out of my $2 into the tip cup. But what a pain this is going to be when it goes over $2. And I can't switch to a small. You NYC guys are already paying more I'm sure.

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    this could be better than your pen and cheez-its threads.

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    $0.

    I have an unlimited supply here at work. It flows and flows. I usually mix in a packet of hot cocoa to bring it up to crack cocaine stimulant levels.

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    [QUOTE=FF2®;3971674]My medium coffee at Dunkins and the local place is inching closer to the $2 mark.

    :steamin:

    Right now I toss the few cents left out of my $2 into the tip cup. But what a pain this is going to be when it goes over $2. And I can't switch to a small. You NYC guys are already paying more I'm sure.

    Shakes can.




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    You dont seem to have a problem with your maple claw going to 1.45 though.

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    Free coffee for any of you clown if you ever come to my coffee shop in San Diego.

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    $2 a day for a large iced.. I just go to the coffee shop across the street out of sheer laziness.

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    You should be happy you don't have to buy a PSL to buy your $2 cup of coffee.


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    [QUOTE=Polidore22;3971688]$2 a day for a large iced.. I just go to the coffee shop across the street out of sheer laziness.[/QUOTE]

    It's 23 degrees out and this guy is drinking iced coffee. Reminds me of my dummy wife who likes soup on a 90 degree day in July. :coocoo:

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    [QUOTE=Jets Things;3971690]It's 23 degrees out and this guy is drinking iced coffee. Reminds me of my dummy wife who likes soup on a 90 degree day in July. :coocoo:[/QUOTE]

    Drinking from a straw keeps some of the stain off the teeth. (no homo?) ;) Also, my office is too warm in the morning.

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    $5.50 a pound for Fairway blend. I do not buy coffee by the cup.

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    [QUOTE=Polidore22;3971696]Drinking from a straw keeps some of the stain off the teeth. (no homo?) ;) Also, my office is too warm in the morning.[/QUOTE]

    Ugh. You're not one of those "I'm always cold" guys, are you?

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    [QUOTE=Jets Things;3971700]Ugh. You're not one of those "I'm always cold" guys, are you?[/QUOTE]

    Hell no I run hot.

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    [QUOTE=Jets Things;3971690]It's 23 degrees out and this guy is drinking iced coffee. Reminds me of my dummy wife who likes soup on a 90 degree day in July. :coocoo:[/QUOTE]

    I drink iced coffee year round and almost everyday, some nitwit in the elevator says "Wow - iced coffee in the winter?" "Yes, azzhole, iced coffee in the winter. If you drink a fuking diet coke for lunch, then shut the fuk up, cause its the same damn thing." At this point, it gets uncomfortably quiet in the elevator. Thankfully I usually the first stop in my elevator bank.

    Sorry, JT. Sensitive topic.

    I pay $2.50 for said iced coffee - 24 oz.

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    [QUOTE=crasherino;3971704]I drink iced coffee year round and almost everyday, some nitwit in the elevator says "Wow - iced coffee in the winter?" "Yes, azzhole, iced coffee in the winter. If you drink a fuking diet coke for lunch, then shut the fuk up, cause its the same damn thing." At this point, it gets uncomfortably quiet in the elevator. Thankfully I usually the first stop in my elevator bank.

    Sorry, JT. Sensitive topic.

    I pay $2.50 for said iced coffee - 24 oz.[/QUOTE]


    Mah man!! "Little cold out for iced coffee no?" DIE

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    Wow, iced coffee in the winter?


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    [QUOTE=Jets Things;3971690]It's 23 degrees out and this guy is drinking iced coffee. Reminds me of my dummy wife who likes soup on a 90 degree day in July. :coocoo:[/QUOTE]

    Maybe she is going for the double positive equals a negative?
    Like if its a warm day, and you take a warm shower or bath, when you get out, you still feel that cool burst. :confused:

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    [QUOTE=FF2®;3971674]My medium coffee at Dunkins and the local place is inching closer to the $2 mark.

    :steamin:

    Right now I toss the few cents left out of my $2 into the tip cup. But what a pain this is going to be when it goes over $2. And I can't switch to a small. You NYC guys are already paying more I'm sure.

    Shakes can.




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    what if the coffee comes to $1.95? are you going to throw a nickel in the cup. you'd look better if you just put the nickel in your pocket because the server might think (remotely) that you threw a buck in while her back was turned.

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    $2.25 for a large at the cafe in the building where I work.

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    [QUOTE=crasherino;3971704]I drink iced coffee year round and almost everyday, some nitwit in the elevator says "Wow - iced coffee in the winter?" "Yes, azzhole, iced coffee in the winter. If you drink a fuking diet coke for lunch, then shut the fuk up, cause its the same damn thing." At this point, it gets uncomfortably quiet in the elevator. Thankfully I usually the first stop in my elevator bank.

    Sorry, JT. [B]Sensitive topic. [/B]

    I pay $2.50 for said iced coffee - 24 oz.[/QUOTE]

    Obviously. :rolleyes::D

    [QUOTE=sdJETSetter;3971709]Maybe she is going for the double positive equals a negative?
    Like if its a warm day, and you take a warm shower or bath, when you get out, you still feel that cool burst. :confused:[/QUOTE]

    This doesn't happen for me. I'm like George Costanza. If I'm warm/hot getting in the shower, it won't take.

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;3971707]Wow, iced coffee in the winter?


    _[/QUOTE]

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