Hello my name is Mark and it has been 2 hours since my last espresso…
OK, so maybe I have a small problem. I need your help. Please be honest. Do I have a drinking problem? Today, I stopped for a coffee on the way to meeting someone for a coffee. Does this mean I have an addiction? Nah, I didn’t think so…
Anyway as Daniel told me this morning, coffee is not only good for me, it is GREAT for me! 😉
“Today, I stopped for a coffee on the way to meeting someone for a coffee.”
This is a sign that you have a problem…
yeah that’s a bit weird.
Nah. You’re fine.
“Too much coffee” is a lie from the pit of hell.
If you’re an addict then I’m an addict and I refuse to admit that I am an addict; therefore, you must not be an addict. I came up with this logical equation before even having my first cup of coffee this morning! I am going to be awesome today.
If you can’t afford it that might be bad. But then you can just do what I do and brew it at home and bring it to work. You can find some excellent coffees that way, and there are some fine coffeemakers out there for reasonable prices.
I say- embrace it!
I’d rather be addicted to coffee than not-coffee, and that is exactly the problem with those who don’t drink coffee by the way.
I would like to point out that it was Mark Stevens who sorta shamed me into dumping that cheap coffee grinder for a modest priced burr grinder. So, no. Nothing to see here, move along.
I love you all except Nathan and Jim! 😉
@Brian Leport – Thankfully my doctor suffers from the same addiction I do!
That sounds perfectly normal, Mark.
@Brian: amen, amen!
@Brian: Words out of my mouth.
@Mark: If you have a problem, then I most definitely have a problem. Like Brian, though, I am not an addict, therefore you aren’t either. Those telling me I am (or that people like us are) are just jealous of our awesomeness.
The Scriptures indicate that Jesus and His disciples would spend several nights in prayer; how else could they have done this without coffee?!?
Jeremy: I sense a best-seller in your future: The Power of Caffeinated Prayer. I’d read it.
@Brian: Haha, yes! Little will people know that it’s actually an autobiography of my life 🙂
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