During normal university/holiday time, perhaps 5-6 cups a week. During study periods before my exams, like right now, I usually go for like 5-6 indicated cups (on the coffee maker) per day! It does help to keep me awake and aware of my studies!
I guess that's what happens in the end, you start thinking about the beginning.
Well, I used to work for Starbucks; MAN have i cut down since then. I was up to about 6-8 cups a day! Now I drink 1, MAYBE 2 per day....Starbucks if I can, but, due to my office location, usually Dunkin's.
It would take me at least 175 years to drink a fuel tank of the Boeing 737-300 full.
12,000 gallon fuel tank x 128 oz per gallon = 1,536,000 oz. , so this will give you 192,000 8oz. cups of coffee. I have had three cups today so it will only take me another 175 years and I will be done!
When I'm at work, usually 4-5 cups a week max, most of the time a quick espresso, every once in a while a tall coffee (Anything bigger and it would be ice cold before I got around to finish it.). On my off days, I usually drink a half pot in the morning.
At 4am every weekday a special someone of mine comes over. She normally stops at Starbucks with her dad on the way and brings me one cup- 1
Then, one of my teachers swings by at 8 and she'll normally stop at the Starbucks so that's- 2
At the end of my 8 period day I'll go to the Starbucks down the hill from my school to study and what not where I'll get one more- 3.
So in an average day I get about 2-3 cups of coffee.
While on the topic of coffee, and seeing how this site is home to many A vs. B topics, which coffee house do you prefer? Starbucks or the little mom and pop shop down the street? (Pete's coffee as well, might have spelt that one wrong)
My work has free coffee, so there's a big RHAAA in the morning's if there isn't a fresh pot brewed by 8:10am! When i'm working i'll have about 5-6 cups in 3 hours, then i'll swap to the water cooler we have there.......when i get home it's either beer or tea, depends on my mood.
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