Oh yawn… not that quote again.
“A yawn is a silent scream for coffee!”
Now. Where were we?
“Coffee has given me unrealistic expectations of productivity.”
I (Daniëlle) recently stumbled upon a 961 page book on quotations at one of those free bookshelves (where else, at a coffeeshop) and had to chuckle at a few good coffee quotes. (“Way too much coffee. but if it weren’t for the coffee, I’d have no identifiable personality whatsoever” – David Letterman). Apparently there’s a Dutch saying that states “coffee has two virtues, it’s wet and warm” (figures) so chasing my heritage I went on a hunt for some more quotes.
In the arena of staying positive and energized:
“Coffee: the most important meal of the day.”
“A good day starts with a positive attitude and a great cup of coffee.”
How we lose functionality without our coffee:
“The problem with coffee is how to make it when you haven’t had any yet.”
“I’m not a morning person or a night owl. I’m a “whenever my coffee kicks in” person, and then I’m a “need more coffee person.”
Some good chuckles:
“Pilates? O heavens no! I thought you said pie and lattes.”
“Coffee: because anger management is way too expensive.”
“When I read about the evils of drinking coffee, I gave up reading.”
For the true coffee lover:
“Ways to win my heart: 1. Buy me coffee. 2. Make me coffee. 3. Be coffee.”
“A day without coffee is like… just kidding, I have no idea what that’s like.”
“Coffee should be black as hell, strong as death, and sweet as love.”
“I love you more than coffee (but please don’t make me prove it).”
“Nothing goes better with coffee than more coffee.”
Combining the dreamiest of pastimes:
“What on earth could be more luxurious than a sofa, a book and a cup of coffee?” – Anthony Trollope
I found hundreds of coffee quotes, but these definitely spoke to me (or put a knowing smile on my face). What quotes can you most relate to?