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Sounds legit. As a fellow caffeine addict, this makes perfect sense to me. Sure, there's the heartache of losing you, but why should he suffer the caffeine-withdrawal headache, too? You may not be together anymore, but you still can grind with him ;)

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Sounds legit. As a fellow caffeine addict, this makes perfect sense to me. Sure, there's the heartache of losing you, but why should he suffer the caffeine-withdrawal headache, too? You may not be together anymore, but you still can grind with him ;)

Sounds like he's preparing for divorce, if he were to get one. "You can keep the cat, I want the coffee maker!"

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I know it said boyfriend, not husband. When I said "if he gets one" I meant it in a future sense

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Sage advice, tea is infinitely better than coffee. Deterring your ex can almost be considered an aside to the wonderful joys of tea drinking.

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She'd have to hide the coffee maker for a bit and say she gave it away. Otherwise he'll say since she quit coffee, she doesn't need the coffee maker.

Consider it a good thing then you're not with him then if all he sees you good for is making coffee. Don't worry you'll find a man who instead of stealing your coffee, wakes you up with a fresh cup in bed!

you have to understand it's hard to find a good coffee maker, even harder to get used to a new one. have some compassion

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