Is a fresh cup of coffee sometimes called mud because it was grounded a minute ago?
- OttomanLv 51 month agoFavorite Answer
If it was grounded a minute ago I call it expresso,
- MrcuryLv 61 month ago
Didnt knew that mud huh
- anandLv 51 month ago
If it is grounded solidly in mud.
- Big KahunaLv 71 month ago
Yes,and it is called A Cup of Joe ,named after Josephus Daniels,Secretary of Navy under Woodrow Wilson.He banned alcohol on the ships.The strongest thing you could get was coffee.Hence:"Give me a cuppa Joe''..........not funny but it kinda fits.....
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- Little Big ManLv 71 month ago
I can't say I only drink tea.
- RRLv 71 month ago
Hopefully, the drinker doesn't soil his underwear afterwards.
- Laughing BOYLv 71 month ago
A good GROUNDED coffee will NEVER come as a SHOCK.....😂😂😂😂
- Chi girlLv 71 month ago
It was "ground" a minute ago. "Ground" is a noun referring to earth, and the past participle of "to grind": I grind, I ground, I have ground.
Coffee is sometimes called mud because it's been sitting on the heating element too long and some of the water has evaporated. It's a play on words: the beans have been ground, and the coffee is "thick" like mud.
- Anonymous1 month ago
no, it's just another name for coffee, also it's a brand of coffee.