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Well, how do you fare compared to the Zeitgeist?
Chat up your fellow wooters and let us know how lame this poll was or what obvious choices we missed.
For example: Was this poll a) STUPID, b) DUMB, c) POINTLESS or d) ALL OF THE ABOVE?
what 0% for coffee? If your starbucks sells food, it's a restaurant... so start clicking!
(I went with beer, the survey didn't say you had to buy it where you drink it)
Breakfast: Coffee w/ cream
Lunch: Iced Tea w/ lemon no sugar
Dinner: Bourbon with a little ice or Wine if the wife wants to split a bottle
I eat out more for lunch, so I went with Tea.
My thoughts exactly.
Depends. If i'm grabbing fast food, I usually go with pop (or soda as the poll calls it). If I'm at a sit-down place, I usually just drink water.
Usually water, I like to chew my calories.
powerade, sprite without ice, rootbeer sans ice, in that order. sometimes orange juice if i'm in the mood and they don't use crappy stuff.
hippie1981 wrote:Depends. If i'm grabbing fast food, I usually go with pop (or soda as the poll calls it). If I'm at a sit-down place, I usually just drink water.
Same here - especially since anything other than water at a sit-down restaurant costs an arm and a leg anymore. Plus it's healthier :-)
I said soda, but come on, where is Woot's headquarters?! I thought it was Texas and everything here is Coke, isn't it? Soda, hmmph. :-)
pdaywitt wrote:I said soda, but come on, where is Woot's headquarters?! I thought it was Texas and everything here is Coke, isn't it? Soda, hmmph. :-)
I almost didn't pick tea because they didn't say if it was sweet. But then again, here in SC you get sweet tea automatically and have to ask for non-sweet. (Tip for all you Northerners traveling to the South, btw)
I don't know why, but I really don't like drinking water while eating. I find that it messes up the taste. I usually end up getting soda because at least that one is refillable.
I am the head of a larger family and I taught them long ago, water is the answer.
At $2 per drink for a family of 8, I save $850 a year just on the one Sunday after church lunch.
Now, whenever we go out, we all still get water. It is what your body needs.
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