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Coffee Coloured Suits

As an alternative to BlissMisses Clear Coffee
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As an alternative to BlissMisses Clear Coffee, conpulsorary coffee coloured suits (or generic work clothing) for those of us with drinking problems (in the holding a cup up right sense, anyway).
dare99, Jan 04 2002

Read it http://www.amazon.c...102-4846987-4992117
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Watch it http://www.blockbus...-V+++127268,00.html
[LeBain, Jan 04 2002, last modified Oct 21 2004]


       try the bib
benfrost, Jan 04 2002

       Also, salsa-colored clothing would be good.
mrthingy, Jan 04 2002

       Now that is a good idea!
dare99, Jan 04 2002

       Two words: Paisley pattern.
pottedstu, Jan 04 2002

       Rods - you must post that as a separate idea. PLEASE!

Well, coffee is not always the same color. What if you add cream? Some like it wimpy lite, others like it thickly dark. Besides, do you want everyone to wear the same color? Bah! Oh, and regardless of what color the fabric is, it will be darker when wet.

Demand that coffee be served in squeeze bottles, like you see bottled water. Suck on the teat, don't spill a drop.

Wear plastic clothes.

But I guess I would buy a coffee-colored shirt or two.

I think pottedstu is onto something: garish patterns will help hide any blemish, whether coffee, salsa, blood, or keyboard grease.
quarterbaker, Jan 04 2002


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