Coffee Analysis Project #2
Good Morning, Sunshine!
Welcome to the CAP! Which is now getting it’s own email every week—unless I don’t get any photos submitted, in which case, you’ll see it when you see it. But I’ve got one for today, and for next week too, so here is this week’s post. LET’S GO
Well, well, well. Interesting.
I’m pretty sure I did a CAP for A.B. way back in the day. I recognize this mug! But I have no idea where the files for CAP 1.0 are, so who knows what I said. It’s not like I can remember what I wrote yesterday, let alone in 2015. So let’s start fresh.
A.B. is undoubtedly an optimist. Duh!
It’s printed right there on the mug. Life is good. I think that’s a little “R” next to the text, rather than a “TM,” so it’s okay for us to agree that life is good without getting sued.
A.B. likes yoga but is terrible at meditating. He keeps getting overwhelmed by the joy and goodness of life and can’t keep his eyes closed for more than .08 seconds at a time. Keep trying, buddy. If you think Life is Good now, just wait till you figure out meditation. Life is Bliss™.
Also, look at how this photo was taken. It makes the mouth of the mug, with all that coffee right there, look humongous! GO, COFFEE! And it’s black. No additions like hazelnut Coffee Mate or vegan-friendly Oatly Barista Edition will defile A.B.’s morning java. However, I’m willing to put money on there being a crap-ton of sugar in there (see saucer-shaped eyeballs of figure attempting meditation).
We can also tell that A.B. gets up before dawn. Every. Darn. Day. He’s too excited by life to stay asleep very long. His eyes pop open at 3 a.m. and BOOM! He’s ready for the day.
A.B. is also cautious and stylish—see gold lamé covid mask in background. Better safe than sorry, better fashionable than frumpy!
In conclusion, A.B. lives life to the fullest, and people who know this guy in person should count themselves lucky!
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