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Wednesday, July 26, 2023

Coffee War Has Broken Out


Fake Coffee News Flash:

The town of Brewtopia sits in a distant land and is where the best coffee beans are found. It's being reported that the town has been invaded by the Sugar Syrup Invaders from a nearby island. These invaders are said to be trying to sweeten Brewtopia's coffee, which would cause it to lose its rich and complex flavors.

The different tribes in Brewtopia always kept to themselves. However, it seems this attack has united them.

Generals Latte and General Macchiato have joined together and seem to have brewed a masterful strategy, utilizing the strength of each tribe, Robusta, Arabica, Mocha, and Vanilla beans, to counter the invaders.

The strategy seems to be paying off. It looks like this could be a short war.

It's hard to find any good in a war, but the uniting of these tribes in a single cause could turn out to be a good thing. The world can only benefit with a better coffee.

Monday, July 17, 2023

Study Shows Coffee Drinkers Are More Likely to Rule the World

Fake News Flash: A recent study has found that coffee drinkers are more likely to be successful in their careers and take over the world.

The study, which surveyed 10,000 people, found that those who drank at least three cups of coffee a day were more likely to have high-powered jobs and be in positions of authority. So, if you want to rule the world, start drinking more coffee!

Which appears to be the case. News of this study sparked an increase in sales of coffee makers. Coffee supplies are low at the moment as coffee suppliers rush to keep up with the demand.

Move over, world leaders. The real power lies in the hands of coffee drinkers. Don't underestimate the caffeine-fueled brain of a coffee addict.

"I always knew there was something special about my morning coffee. Now I can proudly tell everyone that I'm not just drinking coffee, I'm preparing for my world domination."

Saturday, July 15, 2023

Bigfoot Spotted Drinking Coffee

 Coffee drinkers we might never think of as coffee drinkers is a new feature on this fake coffee news site. Let's start with a surprising photo.

Who would have suspected that Bigfoot would be a coffee drinker? In these photos it's obvious coffee has a similar effect it has for many of us. I know I wake up and can feel a little grouchy or, at least lethargic until I have my first cup. 

He looks pretty mean right here, right?

Once he has his coffee, his demeaner changes. Kind of like the guy eating a snickers bar on the commercial and then becoming himself again.

Which is somewhat surprising in that this shows that maybe Bigfoot is a happy go lucky creature.

Tuesday, July 11, 2023

Magical Coffee Beans

 Startling Fake Coffee Fact

A scientist visiting a gnome village made a startling discovery. The gnomes were drinking coffee and he sat down and had some with them. He exclaimed the coffee to be the best he had ever drank. According to him, it was rich and robust and there was absolutely no bitterness at all. But that wasn't what blew his mind.

"I couldn't believe it." said Dr. G Oofy. "The coffee in this gnome village was magical. When I drank it, my throat felt somewhat strange. When I spoke, the raspiness in my voice was no longer there. On top of that, the gnomes began singing and I sang along . . . in perfect tone. Yet I suck at singing."

He had asked the gnomes about this, but they shook their fingers at him and told them it was a secret. He was not to speak of this to anyone under any circumstances.

Obviously, he didn't listen and spilled the beans during an interview. Immediately after finishing his interview, he found he could no longer speak. 

An associate of Dr. Oofy confirmed the scientist always had a raspy voice but it seemed to have cleared up. He was baffled that the doctor lost his voice immediately following the interview.

Sunday, July 9, 2023

Startling Caveman Drawing Found


Flash Fake News Bulletin:

A startling discovery was made by a group of archaeologists searching the inside of some newly found caves at Mount Carmel in Israel.

According to Dr. Kezmith, this drawing depicts a caveman enjoying a hot cup of coffee. "This baffles me" exclaimed the world-famous archaeologist. "There had been rumors that cavemen were the ones who originally discovered coffee, and this seems to confirm that."

Another drawing found in an adjacent cave seems to prove this so-called rumor. 

"This second drawing we discovered appears to have been drawn some 500 years before the other," said the doctor. "Notice the differences in drawing styles as the first one we found is clearly drawn in more details. This one appears to have possibly been drawn by a caveman learning the art of drawing."

In either case, the archaeologists are searching to see if they can find a clue that tells them how the cavemen brewed their coffee.


Thursday, June 29, 2023

Quick Fake Coffee Fact

Legend has it that the pharaohs discovered the magical properties of coffee beans and incorporated them into their sacred rituals. The rich aroma and stimulating effects of coffee were believed to connect them to the divine realm and enhance their spiritual experiences.

So it's not surprising that the Egyptian pharaohs used coffee instead of water to walk on during their sacred rituals.

However, the existence of these coffee rituals remained a closely guarded secret, known only to the pharaohs, their trusted priests, and a few high-ranking officials. It was believed that revealing the powers of coffee to the common people would disrupt the delicate balance between mortals and the gods.

Thus, the tradition of the Egyptian pharaohs using coffee in their rituals remained a hidden chapter in history, an enchanting tale of the ancient world that continues to captivate the imagination of those who hear it.

Friday, June 23, 2023

Breaking News: Coffee Beans Develop Personality Disorder

 "Breaking News: Coffee Beans Develop Personality Disorder, Now Demand Coffee Cup Therapy!"

In a peculiar twist of fate, coffee beans around the world have reportedly developed a collective personality disorder. The beans have been observed displaying symptoms such as social anxiety, mood swings, and an insatiable craving for caffeine. 

As a result, the beans are now insisting on daily coffee cup therapy sessions, demanding that baristas listen to their brewtiful tales. 

One bean even claimed to have written a bestselling memoir titled "Grounds for Existence."