One thing that really pisses me off is getting up at 0500 walking to the coffee pot and finding that some nimwit has already made a pot of see through "coffee". Or theyve made some hazelnut or wintery frilly crap that will make all the pots for that day have a horrible after taste. What is your take on people making horrible coffee?

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If they made it for themselves; then to each his own. If they offer me any I would decline. If it is a community coffee pot; then they should make regular strength, regular flavored, coffee. If an individual drinking from a community pot wants it flavored they can add flavor, if they want it weaker they can add water.

I completely agree. Its a community pot and almost all of us like strong black coffee. We have creamer and sugar. Theres like 5 guys who are from a different unit and they make the worst coffee ever haha. But im just pissed off today and mad at the world so im in hardcore complain mode haha.

lmfao i just drank the rest of the weak pot and made a good one haha. People get pissed if we run it through twice (most pointless ass chewing ive ever gotten) The entire time i was like are you really fucking yelling at me for this haha

My take is that "horrible coffee" is redundant -- you could just say "coffee."

so wait. You dont like coffee and youre a member of the art of manlines.... Taliban.

 

Just kidding man, to each their own haha.

Agreed haha.

Jarid,

Here's an solution from an Army Reserve facility I'm at regularly.The common pot contains the traditional black as sin good strong coffee.  The coffee fund bought a Keurig brewer.  Those who require hazelnut or whatever buy their "K-cups" and use the K machine.  Problem solved. 

we did that for a while but the Kuerig broke lol.

Maybe you should man up and make your own coffee. ;)

Were you aware that "JOE" was the midpoint in Heinlein's descending scale of coffee-based beverages?

(Best--Coffee

            Java

               Joe

                 Jamoke

 Worst--        Decarbonizer)

if you read the origional post it says waking up at 5 walking to the pot and seeing some nimwit has ALREADY MADE lol. I do make the coffee after the nasty pot gets finished off. And nobody complains lol.

I assume you also drink your bourbon or whisky no water or ice.

As to coffee, I don't like french burnt bitter junk or flavored junk.  The problem is of course that good coffee is a matter of personal taste and usually more expensive then you wish to share with your coworkers.  Given this I tend add cream or I switch to tea that I make as strong as I like it.  

No one asks you for some of your tea, which means you can afford to pay for a sip of something you will love.

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