Osias wrote:I've spent the last few years without taking having any cups of coffee, but I took have lots of cappuccinos.
One does not 'take' coffee, they 'have' a coffee
Using 'take' here makes it sound like a set amount, like a prescribed (or illicit) drug, or perhaps a shot (eg. of alcohol). Or possibly that you took the coffee from somewhere specific, but since you haven't specified, I'd use 'have'.
france-eesti wrote:The person after me once disguised dressed (up) as Santa Claus.
While disguised here is not grammatically incorrect, it implies that you dressed as Santa in order to hide from someone or something. I definitely think that "dressed (up)" would be much more appropriate.
Osias wrote:I was seven, I think. It was very hot, like every Christmas ever, and I sweated [?] the cotton beard so the cotton beard got/became sweaty.
I think this way sounds much better. You could say "I sweated in
in the cotton beard", but I would prefer the example I've given. Others would probably disagree.
There's a game on sale on Steam about the person after me.
I don't understand what you mean here. Do you mean that the game is about the next person, or do you mean the sale? Can you please clarify what you meant to say