@Kidsandliz Definitely, I am old and retired, live like an animal, go to bed when I get tired (post midnight) get out of bed when I wake up, eat whenever I get hungry. Those days when the kids and grandkids convince me to meet them early for breakfast it is likely that I will go home and crash afterwards
@Cerridwyn@phendrick Nowadays isn’t is supposed to be “They/Them knows”? Or possibly, “Higher Power knows”? As to remain gender fluid?
I could personally give a crap because there are REAL problems to worry about on this earth. Just throwing it out there for the, often too-fragile P.C.-needy.
@castledev@tweezak I mean if your just going to suspend sugar and sodium caseinate in oil with some flavor compounds and preservative I find it hard to believe it can go bad in the fridge but. Just why? Idk what Starbucks is up to.
Coffee. Black. Hot.
I’m fine with Folgers or Maxwell or diner. Just keep your creamer and sugar out of my coffee
Depends what they are charging. And what I’m eating. But it’s been years, not really an eat out sort of person unless someone else wants to. Black coffee, water, orange juice, never been to one with cranberry juice on the menu but sure.
just water please. (still. with ice. and a straw if you have one handy.) but as a kid? milk, and/or hot chocolate with whipped cream. as a teen, sometimes we’d go to diner places and just get milkshakes. (how riverdale of us!)
once in a blue moon and very, very dependent on the establishment i’ll get a bloody mary. but please, still also a glass of water.
Water 100% if the time, depending on the time I might have coffee. I can’t have caffeine past a certain time bc it will keep me up all night. And how do you know I’m not going to the diner for breakfast at night?
@jitc@unksol Well, I would use coffee that’s drinkable cold to begin with, rather than just whatever got left in the pot overnight! I like the concept… but I don’t have a Sodastream and don’t think I’d get one just for that.
@kuoh but isn’t that the syrup formerly known as Aunt Jemima? and actually not Maple syrup at all.
not many places will give you pure maple and if so it’s ones that charge $18 for pancakes. i do remember some places would sell you pure maple as an option for $2-$3 more. but that was years ago I don’t go out for breakfast much.