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You know you should probably be worried about your daily caffeine intake but your bloodstream is mostly lattes now anyway so just relax and have another coffee. Besides it’s not like its a problem, you can totally stop any time…
1. You are a total angry jerk before your morning coffee and morning people are the devil
2. When your coffee finally kicks in and you feel completely and utterly fabulous
3. When people ask you if you like coffee you respond like this:
4. When people ask you if you’ve ever done drugs and you respond with “No, but I drink a lot of coffee.” You know that your coffee habit is a becoming a real concern when you actually start referring to drinking coffee as a substance abuse problem.
5. Your friends tell you that they are cutting back on their coffee intake and you’re just like:
6. People saying they are giving up coffee for green tea is categorically unfathomable to you.
7. People at work saying you “should really cut down on the coffee” send you into fits of anger and rage
8. You no longer feel the need to hide the copious amounts of coffee that you drink. You just own it!
9. Productivity is basically non-existent without it
10. When some nosy cow feels the need to ask you how many coffees you drink per day
11. Few things in life give you as much joy as reaching the free cup of coffee on your coffee card
12. Finishing your coffee during a meeting sends you into deep deep despair…
13. But then your boss suggests a coffee run and your faith in humanity is restored
14. When people try telling you how bad the profuse amount of coffee you drink is, you are not a known giver of bothers
15. Work is finally over and now you can go meet your friends for coffee!
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