Several of my friends have more or less seriously considered the merits of IV caffeination. So far as I know, none of them have taken that final step…
My guess: You keep several mugs so that you can wash a whole load of cups in the dishwasher instead of washing them with other dishes and getting the coffee sludge all over them.
This looks like a comic that Mallett teed up for Scherzo to hit a 350 yard drive on!
In this case I will agree with Scherzo in the way Caulfield is slandering those who he feels are beneath him!
My wife always bought a mug from wherever we went on vacation. She said they were souvenirs you actually used.
Bad stereotype, surprised Jef passed up a chance to discuss hikers/runners that use something similar for “water”.
Intravenous port; it is really the only way to go!
After gift cards mugs are the #1 gift given to teachers.
hanging on the kitchen wall is 21 different mugs with unique events/logos on it..I’ll stop at 31, to sip from a different one each day of the month.
That old story line also included that many parents bought the cups at her garage sale, then snuck them back in multiple times and kept buying them over and over again.
I have fall mugs, Halloween mugs, Christmas mugs, valentines mug, fundraiser gift mugs, Easter mug . . . .
Hey, Caulfield: ask Frazz how many cycling jerseys he owns, he can only wear one at a time. How many bikes does he own? He can only ride one at a time. Pairs of running shoes? What about how many books do you own?
How about instead of mercilessly torturing people you choose to not understand, try a little #$ empathy. And less glee at yet another “hee hee, lets mock overweight people” gag.
(Like Jessica Rabbit used to say, though – “I’m not bad, I’m just drawn that way.”)
Same type of question I have for my brother and other hunters: Why do you have so many, you can only shoot one at a time.
More health- and fat-shaming from Jef. Not all those beer hat guys are fat, btw. Maybe not always sophisticated, but thin sometimes.
Do teachers in K to 12 really drink coffee in the classroom? One of the big differences I found when I went to college was that some of the teachers brought a cup of coffee to the lecture hall. And a few even smoked. Now I suppose everybody has a bottle of water.
Let’s hear from the poor flack at gocomics who gave in to Mallett’s publicist and agreed to print that ridiculous claim about his “tolerance and effortless diversity.” Mallett’s a wonderful man! A role model! Loves everyone. Oh, except PSL-drinkers, leaf blower-users, football fans, golfers, tv-owners, inert people, dumb people, fat people . . .
July 31, 2013