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(NPR)   The rise of caffeinated foods   (npr.org) divider line 4
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2012-12-18 02:20:33 AM  
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Where's my baconated grapefruit?

And my ADMIRAL Crunch!
2012-12-18 01:34:58 AM  
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SpaceyCat: mildly addictive stimulant

Some who've gone through caffeine withdrawal would not call it "mildly" addicting. I'd rather go through morphine withdrawal than caffeine withdrawal.


At various times in my life, I've quit caffeine, nicotene, heroin, meth, alcohol, and xanax, and I must say - there is nothing like a little meth in your Irish coffee after a cigarette.
2012-12-18 03:22:46 AM  
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foxyshadis: bk3k: Yeah I'm actually trying to give up caffeine. I gave up soda entirely last year but I replaced it with bottled water(good) and LOTS of tea (not as good due to caffeine).

Also, while tea won't give your teeth cavities like soda, it'll stain 'em just as bad as a cigarette. I'm considering buying an over the counter whitener for just that reason.

2012-12-18 02:37:51 AM  
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Picked a bad day to quit eating guayusa leaves.
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