Had a little too much moonshine last night.
It’s not my fault your leads are weak…
And usually ends at about two.
Design by MisterT
There’s no coffee here, it’s the devil’s drink. I’ll bet next you’re going to ask me for some eggs. Yeck!
“Devil’s Drink” by wytrab8 shows the Nilbog version of the Starbucks logo, but more warning than advertisement. Why don’t you try the milk instead and have some of your friends drink some also.
Oh, what a magical little bean. Some say that it was beer that built modern civilization, but I believe that coffee built it faster. Without that extra pep in our step, we’d probably still be plowing fields with donkeys and kicking tin cans in our spare time. We owe a lot to this sweet, sweet elixir, without which, I and many others would probably be on the couch right now.
The “Regular” and “Decaf” designs at Headline Shirts celebrate the best drink on the planet with a couple of simple, elegant, and iconic pots distinctly labeled for our convenience. It’s time to choose your side. I’ll be going with the caffeinated, thank you, and I also enjoy my beer alcoholic, but I would probably still rock out that decaf shirt as some sort of ironic hipster statement to confuse passers-by and I could chuckle smugly to myself whilst waxing my mustache.
Anyway, click the picture below if you enjoy your coffee minus the superpowers and the one above if you want to get some shit done.
You can tell a lot about someone by how they drink their tea. For instance, when someone is hovering a mug full of hot liquid three inches in front of their hand, you can be certain about one thing: this person is a showoff. A big, fat Jedi showoff. Not a proper use of The Force.
“Mug Life” by Dave Watson shows four different hands holding a cup of coffee/tea: English, Posh, Royalty, and… oooh, Jedi.