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Coffee May Prolong Life

Recent studies have showed that coffee drinkers are likely to live longer than non-coffee-drinkers, regardless of whether their beverage of choice is regular or decaf. What do you think?

  • “Yeah, but coffee drinkers are also more alert and productive, so there’s a trade-off.”

    Dan Udy
    Screen-Machine Operator
  • “The study neglected to mention that hazelnut blend will make the last few years of your life unbearable.”

    Fiona Stein
    Unemployed
  • “I’m so sick of scientists telling us that everything we thought was bad for us is actually good for us. Isn’t there any way to destroy your body anymore?”

    Lou Kovacs
    Dowel Pointer