When anyone proposes to me “let’s go have a cup of coffee”, I think “yes, that person might have interesting things to talk about…” I had the best conversations in my entire life around CUPS OF COFFEE… and it’s certainly not just because of the caffeine effect.
A cup of coffee shared with a friend is happiness tasted and time well spent.
When you sit with a person around a cup of coffee, you’re not distracted by the food you’re eating, you’re not distracted by the movie you’re watching, you’re not distracted by the music, the people, the dancing, the body connection, the physical chemistry, so basically, when you’re just with a person sitting around a cup of coffee and talking, it is probably among the most valuable moment and conversation you can really have, because it really stimulates your mind by offering just the minimum needed to truly mentally connect with a person.
I’m not saying people go all philosophical around a cup of coffee, but it’s the place/time to think, to talk, to share ideas, to debate, to connect and to truly 100% be with the other person sitting in front of you.
Some coffee + some thinking = some great ideas.
On the other hand, it’s really too bad for you if you’re not the coffee drinker type, you’re so missing out on life because caffeine is the most popular drug in the world and it’s legal!!! (I know there are tea and other drinks, but it’s really nothing close to the coffee experience.)
We always need a cup of coffee when we want to concentrate, when we want to properly wake up in the morning, when we are too tired and need to rest, when we have an assignment etc.. It’s simply because consuming caffeine enhances our senses, focuses and clears our mind, sharpens memory and simply energizes the brain!
Good night everyone and don’t forget to share this with coffee addicts.
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