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What do you drink with breakfast?

Old Feb 17, 10, 4:35 pm
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What do you drink with breakfast?

I take my first cup of coffee after I get to work. To wash down my Cheerios, I like a glass of cranberry juice. I'm also fond of tangerine juice mixed half and half with OJ. Mrs BamaVol likes apricot nectar, but lately it's been Plum Smart Lite <shudder>.
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Old Feb 17, 10, 6:26 pm
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When I'm at a hotel, hot tea or OJ.

When I'm at home, water.

When I'm on a plane, ginger ale.

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Old Feb 17, 10, 6:34 pm
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OJ for me.
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Old Feb 17, 10, 6:53 pm
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Diet Coke if it's available. I usually stop on the way to the hotel at one of the mini mart type places and stock up for the trip.
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Old Feb 17, 10, 7:35 pm
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If its bacon and eggs V-8
Bagel and jam Milk

Cherrios & milk water
I don't drink coffee
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Old Feb 17, 10, 7:45 pm
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free coffee
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Old Feb 17, 10, 8:19 pm
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I have an absurd amount of answers for this.

If I'm at work: Bad coffee from the pot at the service counter of the supply house

If I'm out to eat and it's early: Black tea

If I'm out to eat and it's not early: Diet Coke

If I'm flying and it's a business trip: Cran-Apple

If I'm flying and it's a lesiure trip: Bailey's on the rocks

If I'm at home: Milk or water
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Old Feb 17, 10, 8:37 pm
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Cold spring or RO water, Jumex Pineapple Nectar, SBUX Pike (black) or Community Coffee. Press or drip.
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Old Feb 17, 10, 8:39 pm
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Diet Coke if it's available. I usually stop on the way to the hotel at one of the mini mart type places and stock up for the trip.
If I'm having something savory, like eggs and/or some kind of meat, I'll have Diet Coke (never been a coffee drinker). If I have something sweet like pancakes, French toast, etc., I like milk. I love orange juice but I seldom drink it because it's like liquid sugar.
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Diet Coke if it's available. I usually stop on the way to the hotel at one of the mini mart type places and stock up for the trip.
ditto
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Old Feb 17, 10, 8:58 pm
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Either OJ (most of the time) or cranberry juice.
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Old Feb 17, 10, 9:18 pm
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Water water water, breakfast, lunch and dinner. It's cheaper for me than any of the other options
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Diet Coke or Iced Tea
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Old Feb 17, 10, 9:49 pm
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A mug of very hot Twinings English Breakfast tea (black, no sugar) at home, or a long black with hot milk on the side if travelling/out for breakfast.
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Old Feb 17, 10, 9:52 pm
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Diet coke

Last week I was leading a training in ATL with a student from Canada. She thought it was quite interesting that she was offered soda at breakfast.


...i also did the nice thing and warned her about "tea" just in case...
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