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i have none.
i might have one if i am feeling dangerous
I am not a child.
Lets start talking about coal and the best M roads
...`oh my God, you smoke? How disgusting` in terms of selective middle class ostracisation. People who have sugar in their tea will be on the same rung as smokers in a few years I reckon.
And I've just almost sort of given up smoking maybe.
I am the mightiest.
Where have you been?
I used to do this to my ex, kept 'forgetting' to put sugar in her tea an all. She stopped having it altogether within a few short months. The same will happen with the current gf. I will not tolerate this madness.
...do you put sugar in anything at all, champ? Or eat/drink anything which contains sugar?
tea - none (except when I am at home and my dad puts a Hermeseta in it)
In coffee I'll either completely go with out or just pour the entire pot of sugar in it because I don't even care
You're dead to me. Get your cow ready.
I'm going to have to throw this one away now. That's the single most revolting thing I've heard in an age..
Pretty nice once in a while
Mind you the tea my gran made was white! almost imperceptably tea flavoured
coffee depends, between none and two
And I really, really, REALLY hate no sugar people are really condescending and smug about it. YEAH GOOD FOR YOU, YOU'RE A 'REAL' TEA DRINKER HERE'S YOUR MEDAL.
Instant Coffee – 1
Proper Coffee – 0 but sometimes 1
But I don't stir it.
If you buy nice tea then it tastes nice, if you buy shite tea then sugar improves it. You could say the same about milk though so maybe it's all bollocks.
That said, particularly bad hangovers can be eased by a good spoonful of sugar in your tea.
Coffee - one if it's a milk-based concoction, none if it's straight (i.e. espresso)
Coffee - none, sometimes one, sometimes half, sometimes more. I mix it up. But generally none
Irritatingly I started drinking tea and coffee at a very early age and never had sugar in either and was totally used to it.
Then, aged about 9, I went for 2 weeks to stay with my Nan and she was horrified that I wanted sugarless tea. 'Children need sugar' was very much her motto. She bought us lots of sweets. She was ace.
Anyway, when my parents picked me up after the fortnight I had grown used to having 3 sugars in my tea and couldn't adjust back.
I cut down to 2 in my late teens and now, aged 34, have 1 sugar in tea and coffee. My ultimate plan is, aged 40, to be back where I started from aged 8.
Great story, I know.
and sugar with insulin
Rest of the time 0.
Coffee - one, maybe one and a half
white coffee is pretty rank.
Cappachinos are alright
Tea with just a splash.
NO SUGAR. Who would want sugary water?