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# When you put milk in your coffee, you're nerfing the coffee. But if you put coffee in the milk, you're buffing the milk, despite it being the same drink. amirite?

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What if you pour them in simultaneously ðŸ¤”

If you add milk to cereal you're cool,

If you add coffee to cereal the police will be there shortly

One is a Macchiato, the other is a Latte.

You're not even nerfing it. It's still the same amount of caffeine.

You are buffjng the milk however.

I put milk in my coffee. But some days I enjoy tea. I put milk in my cup before I pour my hot tea.

Omg you got your nerf on my buff!!!

Original excerpt from Sun Tzu's - Art of Gaming.

They're not the same drink though you add some milk to a cup of predominantly coffee, the opposite is adding some coffee to a cup of predominantly milk.

@Tldfonat They're not the same drink though you add some milk to a cup of predominantly coffee, the opposite is adding some...

Right like adding more milk makes it more milky and adding more coffee makes it more like coffee. I'm struggling a lot to articulate it, but it makes sense.

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@Tldfonat They're not the same drink though you add some milk to a cup of predominantly coffee, the opposite is adding some...

well, i mean, the same ratio. different ratio is a different drink. but if you have the same percent, simply in a different order, you describe it differenly.

@Camperofjustice well, i mean, the same ratio. different ratio is a different drink. but if you have the same percent, simply in a...

Yes but that's not what you said. When you put 1 into the other you are implying 1 has more than the other.

@Camperofjustice That's why i said "Despite it being the SAME drink"

Again it's not the same drink. 75% coffee and 25% milk (putting milk in coffee) isn't the same as 75% milk and 25% coffee (putting coffee in milk).

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@rotersscap1982 Again it's not the same drink. 75% coffee and 25% milk (putting milk in coffee) isn't the same as 75% milk and 25%...

hence the clarification. if you have 25% of a cup of milk and fill it with coffee, it's the same ratio as 75% of a cup filled with coffee being filled to 100% with milk. Same ratio, but one is being added to the other.

@Camperofjustice hence the clarification. if you have 25% of a cup of milk and fill it with coffee, it's the same ratio as 75% of a...

But that doesn't make it the same drink how do you not understand that. The percentage of milk and coffee literally make different drinks.

@Tldfonat But that doesn't make it the same drink how do you not understand that. The percentage of milk and coffee literally...

it's the same drink if it's the same percent lmao. i've already said that

I'm ONLY swapping the order.

ever heard of the scientific method? Only change one variable at a time.

Tell that to the Italians who named 30 different drinks all just comprising of milk and coffee

The nerf nerfs the buff, and the buff buffs the nerf. This is like 3 year old semantics. It's like pointing out that Miami is south of Detroit, but wait, Detroit is north of Miami?!

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It still just nerfs the coffee.

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@Rowgeara It still just nerfs the coffee.

yeah but it's not as funnnn :(

@Rowgeara It still just nerfs the coffee.

also it really just depends on your perspective

I think it's the other way around. The coffee nerfs milk, the superior drink.

If you add cream to the coffee, you're a sex offender

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I'm buffing the milk.

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@dankXD I'm buffing the milk.

i think i prefer that tbh lmao

@dankXD I'm buffing the milk.

I wouldn't mind buffing your milk

Imo milk > coffee, so it's the other way around for me

wouldn't it be the opposite for somebody who doesn't like coffee?

any drink with coffee in it starts at 0, so nerfing or buffing it means nothing.

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@Camperofjustice You dare insult coffee?

Also a buff doesn't have to be a percentage, it can be static yknow. if it starts at 0% health increase and goes to 1% health increase that's just a buff of inf^2%

Just don't add milk bro, nobody will judge you.

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Nerfing?â€¦ That's a word?

And it doesn't have to do with foam rifles?

@mihneacuzino2 Nerfing?â€¦ That's a word? And it doesn't have to do with foam rifles?

Iirc it does originate from foam nerf guns. Which are "nerfed" versions of real guns

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More coffee = improved

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