The scenario presented in today’s comic strip is ripped from the headlines of my life. I use my travel mug at the office, and I haven’t washed it since I got back to work in September. My theory is this: I only drink black coffee, I finish my one cup of black coffee every day (so it sits empty) and there’s no cream or liquid left to sit and fester in there. Also, I rinse it with boiling water before I put more coffee in it, so it’s not as bad as it sounds in the comic, right?
using a travel mug at the office has been a game changer for me. I am infamous for spilling anything on myself for no reason at all and it really cuts down on that. Also, I used to be horrible at leaving dirty mugs around my desk and now I only have one travel mug!
Many artists I know can’t draw in sketchbooks, but they can fill up a Hilroy in no time flat. Hilroy, for people not from Canada, is a brand of cheap paper products beloved by all, loose leaf, lined, all that Jazz. Anyways!
drip coffee isn’t really that smart of a choice when you consider it costs pennies to make it at home and they charge a couple bucks for a cup. The markup on drip coffee is probably higher than the markup on a latte, come to think of it.
here are quintessential Canadian novels I would write:
- The Avro arrow goes to mars (I mean, probably)
- Tim Hortons- the downfall of a nation
- canadian tire- is everything always on sale?