First World Problems: Out Of Coffee

Would you be able to forego your morning cup of joe?

What if you are out of coffee at home,  there’s no time to buy more, no Starbucks nearby,  even the local McDonald’s is closed for renovation?

Would you be able to NOT have your daily coffee? Or would you be like this lady?

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I typically have one, maybe two, cups of coffee a day.  Tuesday the scenario above happened to me.  I hadn’t had breakfast either so I had to go through Burger King (which my kids affectionately 😉 call Booger Fling) and got a Croissandwich and “coffee”.  The coffee was so weak and disgusting I couldn’t bring myself to drink it.  I like coffee but I’d rather go without than force myself to drink swill.

How do you feel about that?

Lucero De La Tierra (1066 Posts)

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2 comments for “First World Problems: Out Of Coffee

  1. Whitney
    July 17, 2014 at 9:35 am

    I agree with you. I love coffee but I would much rather go without coffee than drink bad coffee. Tea is a good option, it’s not quite the same as a good cup of coffee but it does provide a little bit of caffeine. 🙂

    • July 17, 2014 at 12:34 pm

      I was offered some Folgers, but even that wouldn’t have quelled what I wanted. The taste is what I was most interested in, yeah they caffeine is nice, but I really like the taste. I paid for it later though. . . dragging butt across the floor LOL!

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