It’s Monday morning, you hit the snooze a couple times, but now you have to get going. You start your normal routine, eat some breakfast, and you try to resist the coffee. But how could you? After surviving midterms, nearly sleepless nights writing papers, and classes that always seem too early, you need the coffee, don’t you?

When you are an avid coffee drinker:

Nothing in the morning excites you, unless it involves the words mocha or creamer.

The sun hasn’t come up until you have had your cup of joe.

And the thought of a world without coffee is not the kind of world you want to live in.

How do people expect you to accomplish superhuman productivity without it?

People don’t understand why coffee is an essential part of your diet.

Or why you will do almost anything to get it.

I mean anything.

People are starting to think you have a problem.

But they don’t know what they are talking about, right? 
You clearly don’t have a problem. 
You just don’t know how to function without it. 
So what if you need coffee to get up in the morning? 

You don’t have a problem with it, and if you’re lucky, you might one day find someone who understands.

True friendship is when you know your friend’s coffee order, right?

*This post was also published to Her Campus.