Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by SField, Feb 20, 2013.
You are being culturally insensitive to our language and I demand that you stop at once.
Why don't you act like a grown man and take this discussion where it belongs? http://www.styleforum.net/t/164395/transparent-moderation-log-site-topics-part-ii
I went to a new place tonight called Phillies.
Coffee was hot and black.
Living in unhip Philly, I have to wait until I can personally loathe this style of coffee.
You realize that you were supposed to leave me enough time to come up with a devastating comment about your wife and/or puppy, don't you? Now I'll never get to establish a bad boy image.
Coffee people are only slightly less annoying than brunch people who are only slightly less annoying than vegans.
My dog, baby and I are going to make your fat wife air tight.
Pug is one of the least tasty breeds.
Thanks for doing my chores. I owe you big times. I hate degrading myself.
I'd reverse the order but yeah, +1
thats not really a thing, right
Yeah, it's been pretty big in the last few yrs, not more stupid than coffee connoisseurship.
This article made my realize I have missed my calling in life as I could be in a lab feeding people dog food while telling them it is foie gras.
Also LOL at the OP for thinking coffee is good in France, people don't give a flying fuck, it's just coffee (which makes it bearable). Coffee is good in Italy while just being coffee which I guess is ideal.
^The part about coffee in France is very true.
Suck my bratwurst!
Look, I don’t get why you guys are so anxious to hate on what is obviously a new artform. As Glenn Gould once said in the liner notes to one of his discs* “(…) my sober conviction that no piano need feel duty-bound to always sound like a piano” - I think it’s important that we free this ‘coffee’ product from always tasting like ‘coffee’ and find out what other forms it might take. I mean, isn’t that the whole purpose of this forum: to explore and test and find out how great something might be? Do great new things? Deviate from the ‘norms’ that society imposes on us all? Perhaps there’s a great new coffee that might rise from the ashes of your expectations. We have nothing to lose but our shackles.
* Bach - Two-part Inventions and Three-part Sinfonias – however, the listener of said disc will immediately notice the disturbing hiccup that the piano exhibited as a result of Mr. Gould’s tinkering in order to play a piano piece with a piano that he thought shouldn’t have to sound like a piano.
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