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Last ooorders!… We’re sorry but for now, due to resources, we need to close the Money Savers Arms including Discussion Time.

It’s not easy to write this. We love the forum, but we also have a job to do to protect it, our users and MoneySavingExpert, and at the moment, with all our resources focused on Coronavirus information, and all the team at home, we don’t feel we have the resources to do a good enough job.

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Coffeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in The Money Savers Arms
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in The Money Savers Arms
Triple hit skinny Latte :shocked::shocked::shocked::shocked:

Any more coffee fans on here :cool:
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  • I love coffee mmmmmm
  • colinwcolinw Forumite
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    I love coffee mmmmmm

    What sort though? I am a Latte person in this Country and a Flat White sort of person when Down Under
  • pogofishpogofish Forumite
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    I think if I got cut, I would leak coffee, not blood..!
  • coffeehoundcoffeehound Forumite
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    colinw wrote: »
    What sort though? I am a Latte person in this Country and a Flat White sort of person when Down Under

    These days I'm a Fat White person in any given location :o
  • NBLondonNBLondon Forumite
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    Nitro Cold Brew in high summer
    Flat White in town
    Nespresso at home
    Wash your Knobs and Knockers... Keep the Postie safe!
  • colinwcolinw Forumite
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    These days I'm a Fat White person in any given location :o

    The Full Cream Flat White has that affect sadly :eek:
  • jackieblackjackieblack Forumite
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    I’m fussy and rarely drink coffee when I’m out because at home I can make it just how I like it.
    On the rare occasions I do have coffee out I ask for either a single or double shot of espresso in a standard size cup and about half the amount of hot water that they would usually add to make an Americano (they usually just bring me the hot water in a little jug and let me add it myself :o)
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  • colinwcolinw Forumite
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    I’m fussy and rarely drink coffee when I’m out because at home I can make it just how I like it.
    On the rare occasions I do have coffee out I ask for either a single or double shot of espresso in a standard size cup and about half the amount of hot water that they would usually add to make an Americano (they usually just bring me the hot water in a little jug and let me add it myself :o)

    Wow you are fussy :eek:
  • jackieblackjackieblack Forumite
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    I know :o
    I usually just drink water when I’m out - it’s much simpler
    2.22kWp Solar PV system installed Oct 2010, Fronius IG20 Inverter,
    south facing (-5 deg), 30 degree pitch, no shading
    Quidquid Latine dictum sit altum videtur
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    Everything will be alright in the end so, if it’s not yet alright, it means it’s not yet the end
  • colinwcolinw Forumite
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    I know :o
    I usually just drink water when I’m out - it’s much simpler

    Just water or special water :p
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