Throughout history great men have vouched for the importance of coffee in their lives. Try out these awesome and easy coffee drink recipes, and you'll know why. Besides, it's always great to take a break from the everyday and mundane.
according to my wife, coffee has been her greatest asset while raising children!
lol @ coffee and raising children.
Reminds me of this saying:
Behind every good man stands an even better woman.
Behind every good woman stands great coffee
unfortunately there is no life ,for me, before that cup in the morning....
There is life before coffee ,but it wouldnt pass the censorship guidelines lol for me.
Sure, there's life before my first morning coffee but it's not very pleasant for anyone in the vicinity.
There is life, but on a very low level. Like a giant amoeba, it shambles and stumbles through its universe (wooden structure called "home") looking for that magic black elixir. Looking like some dreadful creature from a dark lagoon, it sloooowly fills a pot with dark granules and clean water. Pushing the start button it falls into a chair to wait in a quiet state of nothingness while water boils and percolates.
Finally. Grabbing a cup in its clumsy paws it drags itself back to the pot at top speed, draws a draft of the magic liquid and begins to ingest it. As it enters the creature in small sips the creature gradually transforms into a human being and, as the brain cells once more begin to activate, intelligence reappears. A second or third cup is often necessary for full performance.
I'm a recent convert to the Church of Coffee. Coffe Shops are my places of worship and the Keurig Coffe Maker is my Virgin Mary Statue, which I make a daily devotion to every day. (Or I would if the Keurig, much like a Virgin Mary Statue, wasn't so expensive)
Folks, know you wake to a beverage that was blessed by the church and used by monks for energy when fasting. Politicians and Military powers to be embraced it during private meetings and the world is really a safer place because of our given affair with it...
My parents never drink coffee and as a teenager I was so horrified by the sight of my intelligent, articulate, and energetic aunt reduced to the walking dead in the mornings before her first cup that I resolved never to touch the stuff.
Im so glad Ive managed to avoid the coffee addiction! Though if anyone or thing tries to come between my first cup of green tea of the day, there will be he'll to pay! Have to admit I LOVE the smell of fresh brewing coffee! I could sit in Starbucks all day!
I'll just say it flat out. In my house, absolutely no life exists before the coffee is consumed. Period!
Of course there is - I don't even drink the stuff! I adore the smell of it, but really hate the taste.
There is certainly life before coffee, but I have a very hard time telling it from dream.
He has my hairstyle and stubble when I have been working lol
Coffee and Diet coke is my fuel, obviously not at the same time but I get very irritable without caffeine...need at least 3 hits a day lol
I agree!! My Son asks me. Momma have you had your coffee today? You are kind of grumpy. That in its self says it all.
there is life before coffee, it's just extremely sleepy. lol, just kidding. sorry.
my favorite deviation from a dark roast is espresso. i don't really go for the sweet mochas and whatnot. just not my cup of tea.
i've also "discovered" red bull lately. gosh, i get so much crap from people about how unhealthy it is.
by torconstantino 6 years ago
If you pour a cup of coffee before the pot is finished brewing, is that cup going to be stronger?....or is every cup within that pot taste the same? It's kind of a Zen-esque coffee question for the caffinated Hubbers out there.
by Tom Ware 7 years ago
I've got a book on my bookshelves called: Is There Life Before Death? My question: What do you...think? You probably no my views by just glancing at my Hubs.
by Barry Rutherford 8 years ago
I am just putting the kettle on anyone want a cup. I only serve Moccona of course !
by msdielise 4 years ago
Is it true that you will see a panorama of your life before you die?Is it true?
by NiaG 6 years ago
Many times I've felt my mom's life before me didn't matter but sometimes I wonder who she was before I came along.
by Natalie Frank 17 months ago
I've noticed that our articles are actually live before they are approved. If you automatic shares to sites like FB does it go out immediately before approval? It doesn't matter for the one's that stay at HS but happens with the ones who are shared before approval and then immediately...
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