This guy adds bacon, cheese and hotsauce.
I think the twix bar in the coffee sounds good though!
Do you add anything strange?
Bacon = great, coffee = great
together = lets try it before i judge but I think I know the answer. Some things are best left as they are.
I just couldn't stand ruining good coffee or good bacon by mixing them outside the stomach!
I love coffee straight but I have been known to add a packet of hot chocolate mix on days that I need the extra energy.
Oh wow ... I cannot even use those coffee/powdered milk additives. Just sugar and 1% milk thanks. I don't think I could take it any other way. I can't even drink flavored coffees.
Now tea on the other hand, I drink many flavors and have dipped turkey in it before. I know it sounds bad! However, if you have lipton tea bags and some turkey (not lunch meat) just dip a little in the tea and give it a try. It's a kind of sweet taste.
when I buy a new can of coffee, I also buy about a half pound of hazelnut whole bean coffee, grind it up and add it to the can of dark roast coffee. Then I add a couple of teaspoons of cinnamon to it and mix it all well. When I make a pot of coffee it has a bit of the hazelnut and a bit of the cinnamon.
Chocolate milk. Not necessarily weird, but that's my best shot.
Why would he think that anything labeled assplosion would taste good? It has a picture of someone's behind erupting - wasn't that warning enough?
hot chocolate powder, Bailey's Irish cream, whipped cream, and chocolate shavings - YUM!!! Or just a drop of almond or vanilla extract.
This all sounds nasty! LOL! I love International Vanilla Cream! I think it makes coffee so delicious!
My male appendage. Don't know what made me do it the first time, but now I can't stop.
now this is too good to be weird - you start with some nice bread (a soft slice of your choice) tear it up, sprinkle it with sugar or some honey, pour about 5 ounces of nice dark coffee, freshly brewed, with some cream in it over it, toss it all together - instant coffee/bread pudding! plus you can make it with any flavor coffee you want, even decaf
some people make this with toast.
you can also eat your cereal with a coffee/vanilla/milk combo
so ok, technically, the coffee is in the stuff, not veeseeversa, but
monosodium glutamate - don't ask. It was a mistake. I do not advise this addition to your morning cup of coffee.
When I was diagnosed with a milk allergy, I decided to try soya milk in my coffee, but it curdled.
The weirdest thing I put in coffee?
Raw, unbleached ground cane sugar.
Spot of 3% protein modified milk
Not anything else goes in except a metal spoon to stir
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