"To me, the smell of fresh-made coffee is one of the greatest inventions."

Indians love chai, there are so many forms of tea, even the westerners have their latte chai. But there is something about coffee that makes it our most dependable friend.

No offense, but I am not a chai person, and how could I be when something as amazing as coffee exists in this world. 

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People say that I'm addicted to it, but I believe we are in a committed relationship. 

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There's surely something special about waking up to the smell of freshly brewed coffee in the morning. 

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It wouldn't be wrong to say that coffee is the most dependable friend we could ever have in our lives. Be it studies, jobs, or travels, it has helped us through thick and thin. 

From finishing college assignments to completing deadlines at our jobs, coffee has been our constant companion.

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The days become much more bearable with coffee by your side. It's almost impossible to imagine our day without that first coffee at work everyday.

Aise kaise?

No coffee? Okay, no workeee.

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And as soon as the machine is repaired, it's like one can feel coffee running through their veins, ready to conquer the world.

Sad, stressed, or feeling alone? Coffee is there to comfort you and give you a sense of belonging. 

Having a rough day? Coffee will pick you up.

Feeling cold? Coffee will warm you up.

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There is one for every person - black, hot, iced, with milk and sugar, latte, and cappuccino. Coffee is undoubtedly, the most adaptable friend we could have.

And if you are up for an adventure, you also have vanilla and hazelnut.

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Coffee has a personality of its own. Sometimes it can be sweet, other times bitter, but even when it is bitter, it provides us sanctity. 

Coffee, I want you to know that when I yawn sitting in the office, my heart is silently screaming for you. 

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It’s time we give coffee the credit it deserves.

Thank you for making our Monday mornings slightly less horrifying, people around us less annoying, and sleepless nights a little more bearable.