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    How You Know You’re In a Serious Relationship…with Coffee

    Maybe your relationship with Coffee has gotten a bit more serious than you ever imagined since your first cup. We’re here to help you navigate just how serious it might be.

     

    1. When one cup is NEVER enough…

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    2. You’re already contemplating the epic-ness that will take place this day…

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    3. You and your friends after you leave Starbucks are always like…

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    4. And its put a new pep in your step…

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    5. But that one day without your cup of coffee was like….

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    6. When someone says they don’t drink coffee you just can’t wrap your head around it…

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    7. You’re up to date with all the latest blends…

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    8. Then that special blend you love goes out of season…

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    9. You start thinking, who needs a boyfriend?! Boys come and go but coffee is always there…

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    10. You never get any real work done because you’re reheating the same cup every hour…

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    11. Even your friends and coworkers are keeping count…

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    12. Any potential friend must pass this one test…

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    13. When you find out the church you’re visiting has prepared coffee on hand…

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    14. And you think this is the best invention known to mankind….”Um, where do they sell these?”

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    15. No need to worry about Valentines Day, you’re taken. Duh.

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    Okay, yeah, maybe you’re in a serious relationship with coffee but in your defense it has many health benefits such as protecting against diabetes, liver disease and promoting a healthy heart. So cheers, coffee lovers! Today is your day. 

     

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    Brittney Moses
    Brittney Moses
    Brittney Moses is a Los Angeles native, passionate about seeing this generation live wholeheartedly on purpose. While pursuing Clinical Psychology, she leverages her platform to reduce stigma, educate and assist with helpful information on the integration of faith and mental health. Still, her favorite part of life is being called Mommy to her sweet son Austin.

    6 COMMENTS

    1. “Has healthy benefits such as protecting against diabetes”… unless your coffee is half coffee, half sugar. Ha ha ha….. not saying anything about how I take my coffee… ha ha… ha… okay, maybe I used to be like that, but I swear I take it with less sugar now!

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