Favourite drink/foods? (1st discussion!) - Coffee Break - Penana × MOBILE "Write · Collaborate · Share" Language Settings x Story Language: English Chinese Other Interface Language: English Chinese Update Login Email Password Remember me Forgot your password? OR Login with Facebook Register Pen Name Email Password I have read, understand, and agree to the Penana Terms of Service. OR Login with Facebook HOME Please use Chrome or Firefox for better user experience! REGISTER I have read, understand, and agree to the Penana Terms of Service. LOGIN Remember Me Forget Password? OR Login with Facebook Coffee Break INFO NEWS FEED DISCUSSION MEMBERS (16) x Email Link Tell your friends about this society! Add a personal message Join the Society! Favourite drink/foods? (1st discussion!) Nakysha ⋅ 3 years agoSo, to kick things off, let's start with a simple icebreaker. What's your favourite drink/food and why? I'll be honest, I have a love for Dr. Pepper and chocolate. Not exactly a wise choice.Replyroseofnoonvale ⋅ 3 years agoFavorite drink(s):coffee or cherry cola-bo idea why just do Food:pickles I will eat them out of the jar all day longReplyNakysha ⋅ 3 years agoI think we've connected. Most of the time when I go to eat pickles someone warns me not to eat the entire jar. So I eat half. And repel people for a week. Fun times.ReplyXXjoeyXX ⋅ 3 years agoDrink is hot chocolate its warm and yummy and taste good. Food is cookies because...well they're cookiesReply ⋅ 3 years agoI'm a sucker for diet coke and dark chocolate kitkats...I could live off them!ReplyBlueberryKitten ⋅ 3 years agoI love love love love love tea, which feels weird to say in a group named 'Coffee Break'. I like yuen yueng (coffee mixed with tea and milk), so I suppose that counts.ReplyMagicInk762 ⋅ 3 years agoFavourite drink: Irish Breakfast Tea Favourite food: PancakesReplyBlueberryKitten ⋅ 3 years agoNow I'm curious, English vs Irish breakfast tea? Just wondering if they taste different?ReplyMagicInk762 ⋅ 3 years ago@BlueberryKitten, I, personally, don't see very much of a difference. I've been told that Irish Breakfast Tea tastes a tiny bit stronger. I haven't had English Breakfast Tea in a while, though.ReplyMagicInk762 ⋅ 3 years ago@BlueberryKitten, I just had a cup of each. Irish Breakfast is a tiny bit stronger. Not very much, but it is noticeable if you're looking for itReply Join the society to participate in the discussion! Join the society to participate in the discussion!