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I'm getting too used to that crappy pod coffee...

Flambeur

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It's too damn easy for it's own good.

I used to buy sumarta stuff, make espresso, etc..

Now I just pop the little pod in and it's done.

So sad. But saves so much time, no cleanup, etc

Maybe I should start shopping for my suits at Sears
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well, in my opinion... the pod coffee (nespresso) is equivalent to a Hickey Freeman suit from Nordstrom... not the best, but not the worst either.
 

Flambeur

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Originally Posted by amerikajinda
well, in my opinion... the pod coffee (nespresso) is equivalent to a Hickey Freeman suit from Nordstrom... not the best, but not the worst either.

I prefer my Hickey Freeman from Nordstrom Rack..
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Actually found a Madison (yes, hickey madison, not BB madison) in my size a couple weeks ago for like $350, but hated the way it fit me (funny enough like BB 1818 Madison better) and I already had enough similar suits (2B Navy pinstripe)
 

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I always get a slightly off aftertaste from those pod coffees.
 

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I like them because my workplace pays for them and I don't pay a cent for a cup of coffee.
 

Edward Appleby

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Originally Posted by JetBlast
I like them because my workplace pays for them and I don't pay a cent for a cup of coffee.

They certainly beat the hell out of most office/waiting room coffee.
 

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I am getting really tired of the Flavia at work. I'll drink it for the afternoon cup, but no longer for the first of the day.
 

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