Glenn Campbell's tweet archive, searching for "caffe"

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Dates: after but on or before format: 2013-11-07
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1: 2018-03-08: This article isn’t helping me with my caffeine issues.
2: 2016-11-27: 💉 Substance Abuse Confession: I've been cold stone sober on caffeine ☕ for 98 days now, but tonight I broke my vow....
3: 2016-11-11: The measure of your caffeine addiction is how long a line you are willing to wait in at Starbucks.
4: 2016-10-10: I don't drink, don't smoke, don't consume caffeine, sports or television, drinking a bland shake for food. What joy can I have in life?
5: 2016-09-30: I declare my independence from caffeine in this new 8-minute YouTube video shot today.
6: 2016-03-13: The tragic romance of caffeine. The honeymoon is sweet, but the more you drink of her the less she satisfies.
7: 2014-05-10: I look back on my caffeine addiction as years of shame. I did things then I could never imagine now. Restroom every hour. No self-esteem.
8: 2014-05-07: Big news on billboards everywhere! The alcoholic or caffeinated beverage you are already addicted to has a new packaging design!
9: 2014-04-29: The most glorious benefit of not being addicted to caffeine is going all day without peeing. Can you imagine such a thing?
10: 2014-04-27: I don't smoke, drink, use drugs or snort caffeine. I'm as good as a Mormon but without the special underwear.
11: 2013-01-10: The perfect placebo for whatever ails you. No fat, sodium, fructose, gluten or caffeine.
12: 2012-07-07: Any energy you seem to get from drugs or caffeine is just stolen from the future. There is no free lunch in the brain.
13: 2012-06-26: 1% of consumer spending is booze (via @noahWG) What about caffeine, entertainment, junk food and shit you don't need?
14: 2012-05-09: I resorted to caffeine today to get through a long drive. Happens about once a week. More than that and it becomes an addiction again.
15: 2012-05-09: A stimulant like caffeine can be useful at times. The problem is preserving its potency, which diminishes with habitual use.
16: 2012-04-15: Non-caffeine users must get used to the bafflement and blank stares when people ask how you take your coffee and you say, "None, thank you."
17: 2012-04-15: Cigarette smokers are a shrinking and marginalized subculture who must cling together for support. Just like us non-caffeine users.
18: 2012-04-15: Alcohol, cigarettes, caffeine and photos of sexy ladies—cultural universals around the world except where actively prohibited by religion.
19: 2012-04-09: Chemical mood enhancers (alcohol, drugs, caffeine) are like payday loan centers. You get your cash now but at usury rates.
20: 2012-04-02: Just revised this morning's essay on quitting caffeine (new ending and new 3rd paragraph)
21: 2012-04-02: New philosophy essay: "What I Learned While Quitting Caffeine"
22: 2012-04-02: Caffeine is not a victimless addiction! Family members suffer you pre-coffee crankiness, much like the effects of second-hand smoke.
23: 2012-03-31: I'm BDL. Recovering caffeinoholic. Clean and sober since Dec. 2011 (with a few relapses). I feel good. Master of my own moods. No excuses.
24: 2012-03-23: Times Square wants me to watch at lot of TV shows and buy a lot of caffeine products.
25: 2012-03-11: Sometimes I relapse, deliberately ingesting caffeine to get through a long nighttime drive. It works, but it also reawakens the cravings.
26: 2012-03-11: First week without caffeine is the worst, then you start feeling better and think about it less.
27: 2012-03-11: I've never done meth or heroin, but quitting caffeine has been trial enough. Every day it calls to me.
28: 2012-03-11: Caffeine makes you feel good only by making you feel bad first. cc: @Andreaof9
29: 2012-03-08: I'm sorry you feel bad but not so sorry if it's because you're hung over or caffeine deprived. That's your own doing.
30: 2012-03-06: The advantage of being not addicted to caffeine is that when you need it, it works!
31: 2012-03-06: Fell off the wagon AGAIN! McDonalds mocha frappé—caffeine! Giddy all the way to Vegas!
32: 2012-02-28: Who at Walmart comes up with these "facts"? Most Americans are overhydrated due to caffeine addiction. (Austin TX)
33: 2012-02-23: In America, every vehicle must have a cupholder, the better to serve your caffeine needs.
34: 2012-02-17: @JennyKens First trying a little nap, then caffeine. (I reserve it for special occasions like this.)
35: 2012-02-14: @JennyKens I don't do drugs. Only caffeine when I absolutely need it to stay awake.
36: 2012-02-01: There is no "free lunch" in the brain's mood circuits. If you seek pep through caffeine or drugs, you're stealing it from someplace else.
37: 2012-02-01: Caffeine can be a great pickup when you need it. The catch: It loses effectiveness and lowers your overall mood if you're addicted.
38: 2012-01-19: @xtinewu Free yourself of demon caffeine, wicked woman! Don't be Satan's tool!
39: 2012-01-14: Caffeine addiction is harmless enough. If you like to pee a lot. And you don't mind feeling like shit when you don't have it.
40: 2012-01-14: The BDL is now addiction free! No alcohol, drugs, cigarettes, caffeine, junk food, television, book reading or possessional hoarding.
41: 2012-01-11: "Thirsty" today does not mean dehydration but caffeine withdrawal. (17 days sober!)
42: 2011-12-28: Inspired by my 2-day-old success in quitting caffeine, I have upped the ante on abstinence,quitting all Junk Food.
43: 2011-12-27: .@joyfulpath This is a radical idea, post-caffeine, but maybe I should just drink whenever I'm thirsty? (And save on pee consultant fees.)
44: 2011-12-27: OMG! 24 hours off caffeine and MY PEE HAS CHANGED COLOR! Instead of clear it's now dark yellow. What do I do?
45: 2011-12-26: The benefits of kicking caffeine: 1) Save money. 2) Save time. 3) You don't feel bad when you don't have it. 4) FEWER BATHROOM BREAKS!
46: 2011-12-26: I used to be a sober citizen. What triggered my slide into addiction was McDonalds' Mocha Frappé. The caffeine went down too easy.
47: 2011-12-26: Caffeine-free diet Pepsi tastes like regular but doesn't clear the fuzziness in my head. The fuzziness is caused by caffeine withdrawal.
48: 2011-12-26: Today is the day I quit caffeine. Here is the first awful step.
49: 2011-12-26: Alcohol, caffeine and drugs are mood management by chemistry. Ultimately they make your mood worse, and now you're dependent.
50: 2011-12-01: Caffeine gives you energy only in the same sense that nicotine gives you pleasure: because addiction has taken it away from you.
51: 2011-10-29: What is your preferred caffeine delivery system? Do you snort it, shoot it or smoke it? Oh, you DRINK it? That's different.
52: 2011-10-02: .@Mostlegendary "What do you consider drugs? Sugar? Caffeine?..." <== See my video:
53: 2011-08-14: Crossing the Nevada State Line at 4am and 85mph, high on caffeine. (@ Whiskey Pete's Casino)
54: 2011-07-14: When you reveal that you're not a caffeine addict, people are all like, "Waa? You some kinda freak?" — So best to keep it quiet.
55: 2011-04-01: @mostlegendary "Caffeine is a diuretic. A caffeine addict isn't necessarily well hydrated." ==> Only MILD diuretic to non-addicts.
56: 2011-04-01: "Obey Your Thirst!" in a soft drink ad really means, "Obey Your Caffeine Craving!"
57: 2011-04-01: Caffeine addicts are so well hydrated that they haven't experienced true thirst in years!
58: 2011-04-01: People confuse caffeine craving for thirst. One is a genuine need and the other a pseudo need.
59: 2011-04-01: The cost of caffeine addiction is the cost of the drinks themselves, the inconvenience of preparing them and all those bathroom breaks!
60: 2011-04-01: Peeing too much is usually a sign of addiction—either caffeine or alcohol.
61: 2011-02-28: The highest ideal of Capitalism is the caffeinated beverage. Huge markup, low cost, selling to an addicted customer base.
62: 2011-02-24: The extent of my cutting loose in Las Vegas: two large Coca-Colas with sugar and caffeine.
63: 2011-01-21: anhedonia—the natural result of long-term drug use, overstimulation, lack of sleep, excessive TV, caffeine withdrawal or too much Twitter.
64: 2010-12-21: What most people take for "thirst" is really an addict's craving for caffeine. Bodily fluid levels are fine.
65: 2010-11-29: Caffeine gives you energy only in the same sense that nicotine gives you pleasure: because addiction has taken it away from you.
66: KilroyCafe: 2010-11-25: If you can't make it through the night without getting up to pee, you're probably addicted to either caffeine or alcohol.
67: KilroyCafe: 2010-07-16: Miracle time saver: Pee three times a day instead of ten. This efficiency can be yours if you QUIT CAFFEINE!
68: KilroyCafe: 2010-04-21: Cigarettes, alcohol, lottery tickets, caffeine, high fructose corn syrup -- all the essentials of life from your local convenience store.
69: KilroyCafe: 2010-01-31: From now on, I'm going to be gluten-free, meat-free and dairy-free. Let's get back to basics, people: sugar, fat, salt and caffeine!
70: KilroyCafe: 2010-01-12: Coca-Cola and Frito-Lay are not food companies but drug companies, serving our non-nutritive addiction to sugar, fat, salt and caffeine.
71: KilroyCafe: 2009-09-23: Caffeine, like other addictions, is an illusion. It gives you "energy" only by stealing it from someplace else.
72: KilroyCafe: 2009-07-26: What most people take for "thirst" is really an addict's craving for caffeine. Bodily fluid levels are fine.
73: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-25: The most common addictions are caffeine, television and listening to music. Are you addicted? Try going without for a day!
74: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-14: When not just any caffeine delivery system will do, you need Pepsi Max "The first diet cola for men." Alas, it's totally gay!
75: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-06: Wherever you go, your caffeine addiction will be served. In the middle of nowhere, the first thing you'll find is a Coke machine!
76: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-04: There is no neurological "free energy" - from caffeine, drugs, etc. Any temporary lift you get is paid for later.
77: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-24: Sometimes, aboard a flight, I may enjoy the illicit pleasure of a caffeinated cola product, but only if it is free.
78: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-18: What, exactly, are "drinkability", "refreshment" and "thirst-quenching"? Aren't they really masks for alcohol and caffeine addiction?
79: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-18: What most people interpret as "thirst" is really a craving for caffeine. Your body doesn't need the liquid; your brain just wants the drug.
80: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-16: After you have been off caffeine for a long time, Coca-Cola reveals its true flavor: Gross!
81: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-05: Sober and caffeine-free for over five years! You just have to believe in yourself (not have any money to pay for it).
82: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-05: How much money do you spend on caffeine every day? Add it up! How much is that in a year? A lot less than cocaine, for sure!
83: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-05: Caffeine doesn't really give you energy. It steals it! It takes your own energy away from you and gives it back only when you shoot up.
84: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-05: Few people bother to quit caffeine because the cost is relatively low. I doesn't ruin lives or destroy health. It's just a low-level drain.
85: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-01: Common addictions: drugs, alcohol, cigs, caffeine, TV, video games, music, shopping, sports, sex, porn, religion, travel, food, love...
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