Thursday, December 3, 2009

I don't drink coffee...

Antique coffee
Originally uploaded by Mike F.
But this doesn't sound good to me. No, I'd rather have fresh coffee, please. Thank you.

I imagine this is the kind of coffee you would drink along with the piece of cake from Charles and Diana's wedding you won in an auction. Or, maybe something older. Like a piece of cake celebrating our nation's independence? Either way, I'll pass.

I wonder if the other things in their vending service are antiques as well? I hear the 1985 vintage Twinkie is superb!


Unfocused Me said...

I agree that the name leaves too much to the imagination, but I'm much more intrigued by the coffee pump and hose filling up the coffee tank in the coffee truck. Can I get one of those installed at home?

Florinda said...

The 1985 vintage Twinkie tastes like it was made yesterday! And it will STILL taste that way in another 24 years. Twinkies are one of preservatives' finest achievements.

But antique coffee? Ick. I don't even want coffee that's a few hours old.

Mike said...

Unfocused: Sure, why not? :)

Florinda: Maybe it's aged, like beef or scotch. :)