Roger: Peter, about the strength of the coffee you make...
Peter: Just use a spoon.
Try Coffee so strong that the spoon stands up on it’s own, even after you take it out of the cup or melts like it was dipped in acid.
Or have at this…
Just chew the beans.
would you rather have thick coffee or that high priced coffee that comes from that jungle cat’s poop?
Coffee should be like beer: if I can drink it with a knife and fork, it’s good to go.
My Mom attempted to slip a dose of castor oil intomy 7 year old self by putting in a cup of coffee. Thatwas the last cup of coffee I ever drank. I’m just short of 81 now, by the way.(G) You coffee heads have always remained a mystery to me.
When you’ve poured enough into your cup, you’ll need a pair of scissors to cut the flow.
Mmmmm! Coffee-flavored Coffee Toffee!
Wow, talk about strong! And I don’t even drink coffee.
I always enjoy at least one slice of coffee in the morning.
Ole-ver the coffee’s ready. I’ll get the sissors.
It makes me think of a song I learned when I was in fourth grade: “C-O-F-F-E-E/Coffee is not for me/It’s a drink some people wake up with/That it makes them nervous is no myth/Slaves to a coffee cup/They can’t give coffee up!” My class used to sing it as a round.
I think you mean emetic, i.e. – induces vomiting.
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