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Hipkeurig

rounded flattened one-shot coffee maker to fit on hip
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This is like a hip flask of vodka for alcoholics, but for coffee fans. It would be a small one-shot kuerig, flattened and rounded to fit against the hip.
JesusHChrist, Feb 05 2015

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       Don't Kuerigs use those little capsule things? They're OK, but one could shirley do better.
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 05 2015
  

       I've seen designs for an espresso apparatus powered by a nitrous oxide cartridge. I can see how such an arrangement could be adapted to the desired form factor. Some people enjoy a cold shot but, personally, I must have it hot. The keurig things are the paving stones to a lazy hell where nobody can do anything and everything tastes terrible.
WcW, Feb 05 2015
  

       I hate the impact of Keurigs. Eventually we'll get to the point where each coffee bean is painfully individually-wrapped at this rate.
RayfordSteele, Feb 05 2015
  

       unless you buy pre ground, where each granule is individually wrapped.
bs0u0155, Feb 05 2015
  

       // each coffee bean is painfully individually-wrapped //   

       That would add a whole new dimension to Kopi Luwak ...
8th of 7, Feb 05 2015
  

       Indeed it would, 8th. You see, each bean of Kopi Luak leaves the tract of the Asian Palm Civet already wrapped in the jelly of the coffee berry. I think Kopi Luak lovers are really missing out on the full flavor of the civet by removing that layer.
21 Quest, Feb 05 2015
  

       You're talking shit, [21] …
8th of 7, Feb 05 2015
  

       Personally I just crunch the grounds and combine them with spit.
RayfordSteele, Feb 05 2015
  
      
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