Monday, October 02, 2006

Office coffee: Boon or bane?

I'm just wondering. Is there, like, some law that says that office coffee must be disgusting?

I poured a cup of office coffee a few minutes ago. It foamed. Bad portent. I took a sip. BAH! Even worse than the Folgers they used to make! I poured it out, washed out my cup and my mouth with soap and water to get rid of any taint of the stuff, and made a spot of tea instead...

Thankfully I have a little 4-cup coffee maker and my own Community Coffee dark roast at my desk, or I'd be going thru caffeine withdrawal big-time.

-- Badtux the Caffeinated Penguin

6 comments:

  1. I drink a pot at a time at home. I can not drink coffee in my office.

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  2. I keep a bag of Peet's in one of my desk drawers. Office coffee is the pits. Bad for you, too.

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  3. What, they don't allow coffee in the toilet stalls at the truck stop, Newsy?!

    -Badtux the Snarky Penguin

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  4. Oh yeah, here too. I brew my own. Peets.

    Our office coffee is just a bit below the quality of vending machine coffee.

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  5. cornfield jane4/10/06 10:10 AM

    Worse yet is the office coffee vending machine!!!! I don't understand how anyone can drink that stuff. I bring my own - usually a stout, fresh Folgers. Or if I have a lot to do, a stout pot of French Market. One pot of that and I'm Super Woman - I CAN DO A WEEK'S WORTH OF WORK IN ONE DAY!!!
    Caution - be careful, the other workers may think you're coked up.

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