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Coffee Large or Small

Do you like to start the day with a great big mug of coffee or with a small cup for refilling?

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Your not implying only one large mug are you?

RoseyRose Level 6 June 21, 2018

PS, love the mugs.


I've tried, only once mind, to start the day without coffee. It took me to an alternate reality that I didn't like, didn't understand and couldn't process. I've never been back smile001.gif

ipdg77 Level 8 June 21, 2018

I get my caffeine in tea.

pixiedust Level 8 June 6, 2018

I used to drink 5 or 6 (medium sized) cups of coffee/day when I was working, but upon retirement, that stopped. Now, it's 2 medium/large cups in the a.m., and that's usually it. I'm no longer compelled to remain awake in the afternoons.

Condor5 Level 8 June 5, 2018

Coffee is an important part of everyday for me. I can't be completely right without my 2 tall cups of medium freshly ground coffee beans with organic half and half and organic agave. Usually have this immediately after waking up on my front porch with the birds and bees all around.


I don't like coffee, but I do like jugs on mugs!! smile009.gif

Taladad Level 8 June 4, 2018

@AmelieMatisse Is there a hidden message in these emojis?

@AmelieMatisse Is it what I think it is? smile001.gif


I drink one French press of coffee every morning. Mug size isn't super important, but my bigger mugs only need refilling once, so I generally stick with them.


don't drink

...and drive.


I wouldn't use either of these mugs. I don't like them to drink from them anyway. But coffee in the morning is okay, if not I don't mind. Isn't it sad that you can't trust your body to become addicted to something as nice as coffee is with modest working on your body?

Gert Level 7 June 2, 2018

@AmelieMatisse smile001.gif you're addicted. Clear enough!

@AmelieMatisse Hahaha, you might just accept it as a prescription drug you need for starting the day. smile001.gif That it's a self-prescription doesn't count.


Bring me the pot!


I have a strong (instant, use a tablespoon and not a teaspoon) mug 3 times a day, the last one shortly before bed (so I don't wake with a caffeine withdrawal headache).
My only addiction. ? (I quit smoking in 2006).

Agamic Level 6 June 1, 2018

I'll have tea please.

19dacar52 Level 7 June 1, 2018

I like to stay mildly caffeinated (sp?) throughout the day. I make a mug when I get into the office and drink half throughout the AM. Then, around 2 PM I add ice and a splat of chocolate and nurse a chocolate iced coffee through the afternoon. Works great for me.

ssteiner9 Level 4 June 1, 2018

Small. I get very ill effects from too much caffeine. I don't mind my coffee iced though.

DID you make those mugs? They are super awesome!

Zster Level 8 June 1, 2018

Love those free refills.

josephr Level 7 June 1, 2018

No coffee, thanks...did you make the mugs?

@AmelieMatisse lucky you!

@AmelieMatisse I can totally see why. It's a very interesting style!

@AmelieMatisse is the large one based on a Matisse painting?


Love refills

Sheannutt Level 9 June 1, 2018

Espresso, a quarter of the size of your smaller one, black, no sugar. Who needs all that extra water?

Arouet Level 7 June 1, 2018

1-3 of these before 9:30


I love that photo!


I’m a sipper. With a large mug, I would have to reheat it several times.


Any size mug will do, so long as it contains just the right amount of creamer and coffee smile001.gif


I need the large mug for refilling.


I like my coffee like I like my wimmin, hot! So small it is. smile001.gif


Those are indeed some really cool mugs. smile001.gif

anthonyco Level 5 June 1, 2018
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