I’m agnostic; I question coffee’s existence.
I worship at the altar of the coffee maker every morning
I have strayed from the rules of my denomination. I have been grinding my own beans, but last week I bought some pre-ground coffee. I have my second cup of the morning in front of me as I type this and … I can’t tell the difference. It’s actually good. My faith has been shaken.
Of course, the fundamental necessity of coffee remains.
I believe its about time for another cup
I believe I’ll have a pee.
Horace is right! There is no life before coffee…..good to the very last drop!
Bless that Ethiopian goat herder for discovering coffee, after he noticed his goats would stay up all night after eating the fruit of a coffee bush!
As a bonafide lifetime member of the tea drinker society, I accuse this horse of blasphemy!
Personally, I hate coffee, and never really got into tea or some of the other like beverages either. Closest I ever really get is hot chocolate, and that’s more of a cold weather drink for me.
Looks like Horace ran out of coffee and is heading over to the emergency room…?
In the beginning there was the Bean. Eventually there will be the Has-Bean. Coffee growing is endangered around the world, primarily because of global warning, which changes growing conditions and encourages diseases in the species grown. Maybe that will make people sit up and take notice.
For those that missed the last time I posted it…
(coffee lover’s) Mentat Mantra:
It is by caffeine alone I set my mind in motion.
It is by the beans of Java the thoughts acquire speed,
The hands acquire shaking,
The shaking becomes a warning.
I have my own religion. Every morning I worship the ‘god of coffee’. Later on today I will worship the ‘god of chocolate’.
Can’t go wrong with coffee.
July 31, 2015