Get that jar of instant out of your earthquake preparations cache.
And when he got there, the cupboard was bear / And so his poor tummy had none.
No coffee is called an Opps ! Will not let that happen again .
There’s always a Dunkin Donuts close by.
Not with their coffee—only thing worse is ‘Starbucks’ ! ! ! !
Yes, it means bundling up and going out to the garage for another can purchased at a going out of business sale in the late 1990s.
Got that right
Gives a whole new meaning to being Decaffeinated.
Tea for me.
I stock up on coffee when it is on BOGO sale. NEVER run out!
Well, no coffee means tea for me.
and has to go by Starboard, Cariboo, or Dunkin Dough on the way to work and pay 10 times what a cup of black coffee costs at home because he’s late.
Troubles a brewin’. :)
I used to go to a diner with co workers once a week, along with some other regulars. It opened at 6, but the chef unlocked the back door at 515, when we got there. One of us would turn the urn on, that was the best coffee ever. We’d be done with breakfast by the time the OPEN sign got turned on. Waitstaff always got tipped at least 50%.
The darkest roast of all. Jump in the truck and git ’er done at the nearest coffee urn ASAP. Adding a Monster Muffin will help calm the panic.
No REAL Plugger runs out of coffee, ever…..
Remember that scene from the movie “Airplane”?
I used to drink coffee when I was a teenager. Husband has never liked it.
One of his neighbors who had route selling coffee to businesses for their gave us as engagement gift a Mr. Coffee-like coffee maker. We used to have guests come to visit. First time they came I went to make coffee. They all thought it terribly funny to see the two of us standing with the manual trying to figure out how to make coffee. (We had a “girl” in the office I worked in to do so.)
We both prefer tea – I drink mine hot – don’t like it cold, he likes it cold – not hot.
Gary Brookins and Susie MacNelly
June 10, 2017
May 20, 2021