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HOW DO YOU TAKE YOUR COFFEE

HOW DO YOU TAKE YOUR COFFEE  

31 members have voted

  1. 1. HOW DO YOU TAKE YOUR COFFEE

    • STRONG AND BLACK
    • STRONG WITH CREAM
    • STRONG WITH SUGAR
    • STRONG WITH CREAM AND SUGAR
    • WEAK AND BLACK
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    • WEAK WITH CREAM
    • WEAK WITH SUGAR
      0
    • WEAK WITH CREAM AND SUGAR
      0
    • NO COFFEE FOR ME
    • MY CAFFEINE COMES IN A CAN


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