Monday, July 23, 2007

Weak Coffee is like Weak Doctrine

-It may fool you in the dark, but one taste, and you know it's just not what it's supposed to be.

-It doesn't do what it's intended to do.

-It doesn't wake you up or invigorate you.

-Worse yet, it's probably evidence that the person making and dispensing it doesn't know the good stuff when they taste it!

-It leads me to conclude that the makers/dispensers are wimpy, too!
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Add your own comparisons in the "comments" section.

6 comments:

The Ironic Catholic said...

Neither is worth the 5 cents.

If you can confuse it for tea, you can confuse doctrine for pop psychology.

Adding in cream and a flavor shot, aka fellowship and a great day care, really doesn't help much.

...and when you get an espresso, you faint from the sheer glory of it.

Allen said...

Nice, IC!

The Ironic Catholic said...

I was inspired. I had a great coffee in hand. :)

Clever idea!

Diesel said...

I like my doctrine strong, but with lots of cream and sugar.

And maybe a donut.

Allen said...

Die, heretic!

The Ironic Catholic said...

Diesel, I'm out of my element here (aka I have no idea what I'm talking about), but does that coffee put you with the emergent crowd? Or is a donut just a donut?