quiz: are you coffee or tea?

Why, I’m ME of course. As is this quiz answer.

More interesting posts coming soon, probably as soon as the medication kicks in. Down with yet another illness.


You Are Coffee


You are highly ambitious and goal oriented. You feel like there isn’t enough time in your day to get it all done.

You are outgoing and creative. You love talking with people, thinking up crazy plans, and then acting immediately on them.

When it comes to caffeine, you’d like a refill. You can almost always use an energy boost.

Life is too short. You’re going to get as much out of it as you can. You live for today.

16 thoughts on “quiz: are you coffee or tea?

  1. Apparently I’m tea:

    “You are mellow and reflective. You don’t allow yourself to feel in a rush and frenzied.
    You’re likely to appreciated the ideas or connections that come up over a warm cup of tea.

    While you do enjoy the energy of a caffeine boost, you love that it allows you to take a break.
    You’re not in a rush to do anything. You’re content with your life, and in no rush to change it.”

    I’m also bothered by the mistake in this write-up. “You’re likely to appreciated…”. I may not be all that mellow after all, quiz people.

  2. I’m tea. But I don’t drink either coffee or tea.

    Hay, rain, if you’re sick again you need to boost your immune system. a new study found that regular exercise is the best way to do that especially if supplemented with immune boosting foods like broccoli and blueberries

  3. Ah, thank you. I think you did; I forgot!

    Had I been organized enough to remember, I’m relatively sure I could have gotten a party together to take me out for a nice dinner. Oh well, perhaps I can fake it and get a nice dinner Wednesday or something.

  4. When I read this, I was quite sure the description for tea would be ‘laid-back’. And oh, yes, it sure was.

    Talking about illnesses, I think ‘green tea’ is supposedly the best among the beverages when it comes to immune boosts and stuff. I don’t know if it’s popular in your part of the world, though.

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