They’re in no mood to fight before they have their coffee.
I don’t think I’ve ever seen Frazz be as wrong as he was in the last panel.
That’s it, I’m going to form a new cult—The Reformed Church of the Divine Cup of Decaffeinated Coffee.
Dont know if my Nuclear coffee could be considered a religious experience, but it IS an experience
Sure Frazz… just go ahead and say that. What could possibly go wrong?
See a barista screw up a coffee order or a customer cut the line, then …
No one has ever told me I was drinking coffee wrong.
Used to be a Civil war reenactor and as such learned to make my coffee in the same manner those soldiers did. Dump a handful of coffee beans on a barrel head, rock or whatever and smash the heck out of them with your rifle butt. Dump the “Grounds” in a large pot, boil the heck out of them directly on the camp fire and pour the coffee into your tin cup. Cream and sugar were extremely rare. Certainly an acquired taste.
I’m convinced that coffee caused the industrial revolution.
I’m a panel 4. I can get just a few hours of sleep and not drink any coffee and be fine until later in the day. Or I can skip coffee altogether and be fine. But I enjoy drinking coffee. Occasionally a friend and I will go out for coffee and she gets a vanilla latte while I get my Americano. She drinks hers down while I’m still waiting for mine to cool down enough to drink. That means we have to wait for me to drink mine which means we slow down our lives for a bit and just enjoy hanging out and talking. It’s nice.
world’s favourite mind-altering drug.
Used to be said that coffee was just about right if you could float a horseshoe nail on it. Now, I was not always the practicing skeptic I have since become, but even then, it seemed to me that recipe was probably loaded with ingredients found elsewhere in the stable
One week they say coffee is bad for you, the next week they say it is good for you. I drink the bad and the good every week.
I don’t mind a good argument and anyone has the right to complain. But arguing about the “right” way to enjoy food and drink? Come on. If you wanna put ketchup and peanut butter on your well-done steak, go for it! If you like dunking your doughnut in grapefruit juice, fine. Who cares? Why care? There are as many ways to take your coffee as there are stars in the sky. People are gonna like what they like. Let them be.
While some people may feel their coffee is a religious experience, so far at least there hasn’t been a Starbucks inquisition where people who don’t drink the coffee are executed. So far…
Cream or nothing! Fight me IRL!
Unlike religion, coffee is real and has its merits.
I never go to church and I never drink coffee. Is there a connection?
Just as I finished the last panel a Starbucks ad popped up on my screen.
July 31, 2013