From: Chris Tallon <c.j.tallon@Bradford.ac.uk> - 2002-03-01 14:22:19
So I bought some rocket fuel coffee today for work... The jar basically dares you to see how many spoons of coffee you can
stand, so I had a one spooner, dan had 3.
It tastes awful, I'm glad I started with 1.
Only half an hour later, dan goes for another cup and says "how many spoons should I have this time?"
6 I say jokingly.
We might be at hospital later.......
Bradford Robotic Telescope Project
Cybernetics Dept, University Of Bradford
I'm alive... yes six spoons of coffee didn't kill me.... in fact it =
didn't seem to do that much at all.
Hmm, I will have to try more coffee... see if that helps to get a bit =
more of an effect. As Chris is away next week and I'm all alone in the =
lab (I hope) I think it can wait until Chris gets back to do further =
Oh, and I think I need a bigger mug for in the office too... the six =
spoons of coffee was deep enough in the bottom of the mug to cover the =
entirety of the spoony bit of the spoon... leaving only the handle =
On the same subject... the coffee... this coffee has a weird effect.. =
you get no stuff left on the bottom of the mug when you have finished =
the coffee. I'll accept that it does create a kinda grey scum that =
adheres to the handle of the spoon and the rim of the mug... which when =
left for a while goes very very hard. oh well... guess you can't have =
everything, though a self cleaning (well not clean, but no visible =
grime) mug of coffee would be very cool.
PS. how many spoons next time... hmm... MANY.