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Topic # 46289 6-Nov-2009 09:02
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I know that the majority of us that frequent geekzone are reliant on the odd cup of coffee to get us going - and I found this the other day which I thought I would share. 

Gravity Coffee are giving away free coffee through "The Coffee Cupid". I don't think it will go for too much longer (it's been going for a couple of weeks now apparently), but I've managed to already get about half a dozen free coffees from my local Gravity Coffee store. 

I'm normally a C4 coffee fan in Christchurch - but you can't give up the opportunity for a free espresso!! (and teh site is a bit of a laugh too!)

http://www.thecoffeecupid.com/


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  Reply # 270794 7-Nov-2009 08:29
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If this is still going how does it work, I got to the last question about interests (I think) and nothing else happened and the icon at the bottom looked like it was still loading.

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  Reply # 270795 7-Nov-2009 08:32
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You get to send the "secret" message to your dear loved one and if the person guess your name then you receive a coffee voucher.




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  Reply # 270818 7-Nov-2009 11:06
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I had a go with this at work the other day, is pretty funny. And the coffee is a real cup, not just some instant thing or free sample. Recommend having a go and showing us what you come up with, i'll try a couple later and throw 'em up here.

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