Caffeinated? [via Go! Smell the Coffee]: Feature Fridays

Sometimes photos say it all.  This is one of those photos. Coffee lovers get it and friends of coffee lovers get it (or have been subjected to it).  So what’s the feature this Friday?  Hopefully, the feature is your own knowing smile or guffaw.

There is a blog post to go with the coffee IV on Go! Smell the Coffee if you need more words.  If pictures will do, check out Pintrest, a very cool virtual pinboard where I discovered this word-free description of liquid inspiration. Enjoy!


8 responses to “Caffeinated? [via Go! Smell the Coffee]: Feature Fridays

  1. This is great! I’ve often wanted to get something like this going with Beer, too! 🙂

  2. Rebecca Townsend

    Have you tasted Jacob’s coffee? It’s so much better than Starbucks and we’re carrying it in our store now. I admit, it’s pricey and we probably won’t sell much, but that just means MORE FOR ME!! 😀

    • No, I haven’t, that is good to know, I love trying new coffee. Fortunately, Kayla brings us coffee each week from work–saves our food budget 😉

  3. Oh, I completely get the IV caffeine but I do love the taste so I don’t think I’ll be mainlining it. Pintrest is definitely cool.

    • Ah, that first sip of French press in the morning, I wouldn’t want to give that up either. I just discovered Pintrest through my referrers tab on stats–I’m gonna have a lot of fun with it. Thanks for stopping by!

  4. Funny, I need one of those 🙂

  5. Love this image- Starbucks should really start marketing a product like that. With so many caffeine addicts and coffee obsessives, I can see a demand already! 😉

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