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Post by Nyxy on Tue Jun 19, 2012 5:27 pm

I always like some green tea and a tall glass of water. A snack is good, but this game requires non-sticky fingers and full use of both hands. Something like crackers between rounds and respawns works well.
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Post by Loki on Tue Jun 19, 2012 5:32 pm

Nyxy, you make me laugh like nobody else around here lol

Tall glass of water & coffee for mornings or whiskey for evenings.

Agreed on the non-messy finger food. Something that doesn't have any powdered/wet/sticky coating is good, but eliminates the tastiest snack foods...it is a proper conundrum.
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Post by Nyxy on Tue Jun 19, 2012 6:05 pm

Loki wrote:Nyxy, you make me laugh like nobody else around here lol

Tall glass of water & coffee for mornings or whiskey for evenings.


Glad to help!

Whiskey is my fav at night, but doesn't help my flying. I tried it once and got turned around in the rock field on broadsides and attacked my own carrier for 5 minutes until I quietly flew away. No one said anything.
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Post by Grey Man on Tue Jun 19, 2012 6:11 pm

Nyxy wrote: A snack is good, but this game requires non-sticky fingers and full use of both hands.

I'm pretty sure Abstractness plays with one hand so he probably doesn't have this problem...

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Post by jazzycat on Wed Jun 20, 2012 4:49 am

Coffee, tea, water, chocolate, gummy fruits/starburst fruit jellies; I'm more of a social drinker but I do have a few beers in the fridge (lagers and ales! CHEERS!!).

You could eat Twisties, Cheetos, Burger Rings, nuts, cornflakes, kibble, etc by pouring them into a mug and "drink-eat" from there if you don't want to get yer hands dirty... Laughing

...quite a few whisky drinkers, lol.
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Post by Nyxy on Wed Jun 20, 2012 8:54 am

jazzycat wrote:Coffee, tea, water, chocolate, gummy fruits/starburst fruit jellies; I'm more of a social drinker but I do have a few beers in the fridge (lagers and ales! CHEERS!!).

I could eat starburst until my jaw cramps up.
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Post by Loki on Wed Jun 20, 2012 9:12 am

Nyxy wrote:I could eat starburst until my jaw cramps up.

That usually happens on the first bite into the sour kind...but it's good cramp Smile
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Post by Agent of Change on Wed Jun 20, 2012 9:19 am

jazzycat wrote:Coffee, tea, water, chocolate, gummy fruits/starburst fruit jellies; I'm more of a social drinker but I do have a few beers in the fridge (lagers and ales! CHEERS!!).
You could eat Twisties, Cheetos, Burger Rings, nuts, cornflakes, kibble, etc by pouring them into a mug and "drink-eat" from there if you don't want to get yer hands dirty... Laughing

...quite a few whisky drinkers, lol.

That's all well and good but I prefer the blood of my enemies whipped into a nice mousse flavored with their shame and wash it down with their sweet sweet tears.
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Post by Loki on Wed Jun 20, 2012 9:33 am

Agent of Change wrote:
jazzycat wrote:Coffee, tea, water, chocolate, gummy fruits/starburst fruit jellies; I'm more of a social drinker but I do have a few beers in the fridge (lagers and ales! CHEERS!!).
You could eat Twisties, Cheetos, Burger Rings, nuts, cornflakes, kibble, etc by pouring them into a mug and "drink-eat" from there if you don't want to get yer hands dirty... Laughing

...quite a few whisky drinkers, lol.

That's all well and good but I prefer the blood of my enemies whipped into a nice mousse flavored with their shame and wash it down with their sweet sweet tears.

Followed with a chaser of their cries of anguish and outrage if they're in Vent...
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Post by Agent of Change on Wed Jun 20, 2012 9:38 am

But of course a true lover of fine things would be remiss in not indulging in such a delicacy.
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Post by longshot on Wed Jun 20, 2012 10:09 am

Jelly beans. Red ones.
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Post by Nyxy on Wed Jun 20, 2012 10:21 am

longshot wrote:Jelly beans. Red ones.

I'm curious as to why red ones?
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Post by Jiel on Wed Jun 20, 2012 11:53 am

I like a nice cup of Assam tea. Nothing silly like milk or sugar added, as I prefer it plain unadulterated. (Plain would describe the teas of other regions over which the Assam variety dominates.)
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Post by Nyxy on Wed Jun 20, 2012 12:03 pm

Jiel wrote:I like a nice cup of Assam tea. Nothing silly like milk or sugar added, as I prefer it plain unadulterated. (Plain would describe the teas of other regions over which the Assam variety dominates.)

I've never tried Assam tea, what's it like or comparable to?
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Post by longshot on Wed Jun 20, 2012 12:09 pm

Like flying in a Merlin?

Btw, red jelly beans because the food colouring kicks my aging reflexes back a few years.
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Post by Jiel on Wed Jun 20, 2012 1:05 pm

I'm not actually quite sure how to compare it to other teas. It has a certain flavor and scent about it that makes it immediately distinguishable from other teas, like those from Ceylon for instance. When comparing them it doesn't seem so much that the two are "different" per se. Instead, it only tastes as if the Ceylon tea were missing a certain "Assam" flavor, the reciprocal of that doesn't hold.
I've read of other people describing it as "malty" but I have no idea what malts taste like so am unable to comment on that.

On a side note, while unrelated to flavor, Assam teas tend to have a bit more caffeine in them than other teas, being a different variety of the plant within the same species. It is Camellia sinensis var. assamica, compared to the more common Chinese tea plant, Camellia sinensis var. sinensis.
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Post by DogPatch1149 on Wed Jun 20, 2012 10:00 pm

My usual MB session includes:

1) For a hot drink, a 50/50 blend of Master Chef regular and Folger's Simply Smooth decaf coffees. Add non-dairy creamer to taste.
2) Cold drinks are usually a 32-oz glass of Coke with ice.
3) Two e-cigarettes freshly refilled with Ice Cold Menthol flavor e-juice. (One's a backup when the other's batteries need recharging.)

That's all I have to say about that. What a Face

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Post by Snubby on Wed Jun 20, 2012 11:11 pm

Almonds, Kale chips ... water ( oh and beer and bong hits of course)

try not to snack on JUNK at your comp! you will end up fat and living in your mom's basement !
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Post by X on Wed Jun 20, 2012 11:19 pm

DogPatch1149 wrote:My usual MB session includes:

1) For a hot drink, a 50/50 blend of Master Chef regular and Folger's Simply Smooth decaf coffees. Add non-dairy creamer to taste.
2) Cold drinks are usually a 32-oz glass of Coke with ice.
3) Two e-cigarettes freshly refilled with Ice Cold Menthol flavor e-juice. (One's a backup when the other's batteries need recharging.)

That's all I have to say about that. What a Face

1) Ice tea or soda
2) two e-cig with cappuccino flavor ejuice.
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Post by Agent of Change on Fri Jun 22, 2012 3:04 pm

In all seriousness I'll generally sit down at the computer with t he following for any long session:

A Pepsi Max
A beer (usually a micro brew or import IPA)
A pack of cigarettes.
And a cheese or meat snack of some kind (jerky cheese cubes etc..) thereby avoiding crumbs
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Post by hunter5991 on Sat Jun 23, 2012 12:11 am

Coffee, black, nothing to ruin it. Black as AoC's soul for that matter. A few cosmic brownies or oatmeal cream pies and I am set!

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Post by Loki on Sat Jun 23, 2012 6:11 am

hunter5991 wrote:Coffee, black, nothing to ruin it.

That's the only way to drink it!
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Post by jazzycat on Sat Jun 23, 2012 6:56 am

Black coffee... 2-4 sugars... Rolling Eyes

IT HELPS ME FOCUS.
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Post by hunter5991 on Sat Jun 23, 2012 10:47 am

While I do enjoy the drinks that come from Starbucks I do not consider it coffee by any stretch of the imagination.

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Post by Skull 23 on Sat Jun 23, 2012 11:29 am

No time for refreshments! Must keep turning!
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