Which Curmudgeon Coffee Is Better?

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#42

Isn’t that post Ummm?

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#43

Only post nasal drip is a valid coffee substitute or ingredient.

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#44

Is this allowed ? :worried:

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#45

If it contains alcohol then yes.

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#46

I’ve finally obtained enough wild civets to start producing civet coffee! It’s the cat’s meow. :cat:

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#47

Curmudgeon Coffee is made out of Kitty’s!!!

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#48

My cousin handed me some cinnamon to put in my coffee last night.

Can anyone tell me if additions of spices is heretical?

Cream? Sugar?

What are licit addtions? And is there anything that invalidates the drinking of curmudgeon coffee?

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#49

Only hazardous waste is permitted as flavoring in coffee blends or as coffee condiments…

See CC 179.

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#50

Wow. That was both quick and informative. Well done. :older_woman::smoking:

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#51

Saint Benedrink reminds us that the ancient mochanastics of the desert always drank their coffee black - no cream or sugar. The additions were only permitted later to accommodate our weak and lukewarm generation.

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#52

Except Whiskey… Whiskey was always permitted…

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#53

Yes, the Celtic Mudgies with their Irish Coffee started that venerable tradition.

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#54

Dawn foe-get Skuatch!!! Aye!!!

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#55

Oh dear me. Not Soylent Green. At first I thought it was an odd mix of currency and pop tarts. Sigh…

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#56

It’s made out of people… That’s how you know it’s good. :bearded_person:t4::smoking:

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#57

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#58

Hey look! A baby sandworm in the coffee – now we know the origin story of the sandworms in @governator 's homeland. :+1:t4:

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#59

Is that a hair in that soylent green icing?

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#60

So that’s what was backing up the toilet this morning…

I guess I need to make sure the coffee is still good before I put the grounds in the pot.

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