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i listened to a podcast about real coffee and how it needs to be fresh roasted because starbucks over roasts it and its not fresh and shit. i found a local roaster and was spending 20 bucks a pound and it is nice and cool how the flavor is more detailed and less roasty, but starbucks french roast tastes good and its actually not a bad deal, its basically the same rate as what you pay per pound for grocery store coffee.

 

i paid like 8 bucks for a quad machiato the other day and no, that is not the real thing

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i mean the main difference (i believe) is that where we were (ireland, uk, paris) all use exclusively espresso beans instead of regular coffee beans resulting in far more acidic coffee than i'm used to. the closest thing to what we have here was an americano which was just espresso with extra hot water (and no one in america drinks that). drank a lot more tea than i'm used to which was nice though

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coffee. fucking filtered coffee. not espresso. not americano. just real normal coffee.

 

europe, you're doing it wrong

I don't mean to alarm you, but... We drink filtered coffee in Europe.

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Already consumed. (Thank you to Phoenix for editing this pic)

 

 

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Free donut because there was a CPR class in the cafeteria at work today and there were some leftover. Also, that pepsi was free because when a co-worker bought a mountain dew from the new vending machine, it ejected an extra pepsi after it for some reason (this is the second time this is happened, so this is my 2nd free pepsi so far). Sandwich is turkey with lacey swiss cheese and horseradish mustard. And the snack in bag is "Tops" (Western NY supermarket chain) brand chex mix. Typically, my daily lunch is everything in this pic except for the donut and pepsi.

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I went and got myself my trademark "heart-attack special" subway sandwich earlier today. The best thing about it is that for hours after eating it, every burp tastes exactly like the sandwich. It's the gift that keeps on giving.

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I went and got myself my trademark "heart-attack special" subway sandwich earlier today. The best thing about it is that for hours after eating it, every burp tastes exactly like the sandwich. It's the gift that keeps on giving.

which one is the heart attack special? I'd say all of them because of the sodium levels but maybe one is extra heart attacky lol.

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Just had dinner...

 

Chicken fried in sesame oil, ginger, and spring onion.

Then I chopped up a bunch of red pepper bells, broccoli, chili, and threw that in.

Then I threw in some sriracha with lemon grass and oyster sauce, stirred it around, cooked some rice and ate it like a motherfucker.

 

It was good. And I've still got half a casserole left.

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I went and got myself my trademark "heart-attack special" subway sandwich earlier today. The best thing about it is that for hours after eating it, every burp tastes exactly like the sandwich. It's the gift that keeps on giving.

which one is the heart attack special? I'd say all of them because of the sodium levels but maybe one is extra heart attacky lol.

 

 

The heart attack special is as follows:

 

Chicken tikka filling, lettuce, sweetcorn and cheese in toasted plain italian bread. That doesn't sound too unhealthy, right? Well, this is where reality tumbles apart and we are dragged, kicking and screaming, into the realm of insanity. When the slack-jawed sandwich-monkey asks "would you like any sauce?" I reply "Yes, an inhuman amount of both ketchup and barbecue sauce". They generally give me a bit of an odd look, but that's because they've never tasted the unholy glory of the heart attack special. If only you would all try it, you'd know. You'd all know.

 

Anyway, it's probably for the best I rarely have them. I just decided to get one today to treat myself for having the willpower to leave my hovel and go into town for the first time in months.

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this donut

 

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edit: according to patternoverlap, this is what is called a "Cake Donut". It has a subtle flavor and isn't as bad as I thought it would be.

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I went and got myself my trademark "heart-attack special" subway sandwich earlier today. The best thing about it is that for hours after eating it, every burp tastes exactly like the sandwich. It's the gift that keeps on giving.

which one is the heart attack special? I'd say all of them because of the sodium levels but maybe one is extra heart attacky lol.

 

 

The heart attack special is as follows:

 

Chicken tikka filling, lettuce, sweetcorn and cheese in toasted plain italian bread. That doesn't sound too unhealthy, right? Well, this is where reality tumbles apart and we are dragged, kicking and screaming, into the realm of insanity. When the slack-jawed sandwich-monkey asks "would you like any sauce?" I reply "Yes, an inhuman amount of both ketchup and barbecue sauce". They generally give me a bit of an odd look, but that's because they've never tasted the unholy glory of the heart attack special. If only you would all try it, you'd know. You'd all know.

 

Anyway, it's probably for the best I rarely have them. I just decided to get one today to treat myself for having the willpower to leave my hovel and go into town for the first time in months.

 

ha! Tikka filling and sweetcorn aren't even options at subway, in Canad'er.

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I went and got myself my trademark "heart-attack special" subway sandwich earlier today. The best thing about it is that for hours after eating it, every burp tastes exactly like the sandwich. It's the gift that keeps on giving.

 

To yourself and everyone around you as well. How polite and thoughtul you are.

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