Just curious. It does protect your teeth from coffee stains, but does anyone actually DO it?
Seems it would be a bit dangerous, unless you like your coffee less that very hot. Which i personally do not.
Can't say that I have.
It does seem like strange behavior.
Bizarre-but could be the latest thing!Not.
Yeah, apparently people do it to avoid staining their teeth. Not something I would do; it seems a bit awkward and extreme to me.
I have done so after having dental work done until I healed. Cannot go without my coffee.
must ... have ... coffee !!!
Some folks simply need more attention than others.
Did your wife beat you up?
I did once when I was a kid, almost burned my damn tongue, never again.
A tongue can always be removed.
But then how do you taste?
I'm not the cannibal on this site, how the hell should I know how I taste?
Like Finnish booze I reckon.
Fair enough. Just don't expect to find that many teeth in the ashes.
I knew it... You are working with the Klingons. They have wanted my ashes for years. Not of my body obviously, but the collection I have.
You have klingon ashes?
I have something far better than that... I have klingoff ashes.
Ah I heard that they're extremely rare species that died long ago, so their ashes are even more rare. The legend says that the last klingoffs were killed by a drunk Finn flying a helicopter.
What kind of a coffee are we on about here?
If it's Jamaican blend, I've seen it. Colombians usually are more likely to use AK-47s, instead of straws.
I have done it while I had my wisdom teeth pulled. I also did it when I had to be driving for a long period of time