in which there is coffee

November 19, 2008 at 10:31 pm 2 comments

So… my coffee maker is broken. And it is quite possibly the best coffee maker on the planet. It’s one of the ones that makes one cup at a time… which is good for me, since I’m pretty sure my body is 90% caffeine.

I actually need coffee in order to exist. I’ve always known that I get crabby when I haven’t had my morning coffee, but that was made super super clear the past four days that I went to work uncaffeinated. I am basically a shitty person when I haven’t had coffee.

This morning, my need for coffee finally* won out over my desire to not spend money, and I went to the coffee place on the corner, and life was good once again. I was recaffeinated and rejuvenated.

On the one hand, I could just stop drinking coffee. This would eventually solve the sucking at life without coffee. However, it’s just so damn good. And it allows me to function… and speak quickly… and move at a rapid pace.

Therefore, no coffee-giving-up for me. It’s my major vice and my only addiction.

And also… my coffee maker being broken is totally my excuse for epically failing at NaBloPoMo. How can I be expected to post intelligent things on here** when I can’t function at all because of the lack of caffeine? How, I ask you!!!

Also… thanks to EP, Liz & Katelin for wishing me a good week. Minus the lack of coffee… it has been better! Thanks!

*Yeah, like two days can be considered a huge challenge. But it was… for serious.
**Which I actually rarely do anyway… so no big loss.


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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Liz  |  November 20, 2008 at 8:12 pm

    I need a 20oz coffee every morning or I can’t function.

    I tried to give up coffee once, not very successful. Its really sad that your coffee maker is broken!

  • 2. stylishhandwriting  |  November 22, 2008 at 4:51 pm

    The mornings I drink coffee (specifically a capp or a latte), I’m calmer and happier with life. I try not to, but I can’t help it.

    And as for NaNoWriMo? I’m totally sucking at it, too. No worries.

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