Some may look at me with confusion in their eyes, and judgment on their face. How could I possibly need what is in my hand to survive? It’s addiction they say, it’s unhealthy. However, let me counter. There are worse problems to have, and there certainly are millions of ways to die. So, let me have these moments of euphoric happiness. For infinite possibilities begin the moment the cup touches my lips, and it all starts with one single sip.
The work-from-home outlet hog.
I am not looking at you through blank eyes. I’m a hypocrite and I’m blaming you for how lousy I feel at this moment.
There’s the sound of clashing metal, the milk canisters.
They sing this song that doesn’t go stale
From the first sip you’ve known, coffee was really all you’d ever needed. It’s the push you’d needed to be a better, less grumpy, but stinkier breathed version of yourself.
I don’t think some girls realize how easy it is to spot someone clearly desperate or trying to make a point on social media. Because even though you think your “#SoUgly” hashtag makes you seem humble, in reality it just makes you seem like you are fishing for compliments.
Now don’t get me wrong, we still have a few BASIC girls out there that do it for the “insta”, or the image or whatever you want to call it. But there are a lot of people, especially Millennials, who are actually very intentional and conscientious with their purchases. These are people who know they can make a difference, however large or small.
Now, if you’re someone of the Christian faith who found the plain red cups upsetting, fear not: I’ve figured out what you can do in light of this controversy
If you’re letting the stress of a little red cup get you down, then it’s time to really start looking at yourself.
“Do you realize that Starbucks wants to take Christ and Christmas off their brand new cups?”