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    OMG, I missed the last couple of episodes. Yes, it would have been a good idea if they had showed him with a cup of coffee; its dimensions would have been 100 * 50 * 50 inches, lol.....
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    Forget the coffee cup... imagine the size of the coffee beans!

    (Or the size of his coffee pot/roaster.....)

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    [QUOTE=MyMugsHalfFull;53006]Forget the coffee cup... imagine the size of the coffee beans!

    (Or the size of his coffee pot/roaster.....)[/QUOTE

    The coffee beans would be of the same size as a football, lol......
    So, a huge, massive cup of coffee with various footballs (I mean coffee beans in it)..Interesting,.....
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    [QUOTE=btreath9082;53118]
    Quote Originally Posted by MyMugsHalfFull View Post
    Forget the coffee cup... imagine the size of the coffee beans!

    (Or the size of his coffee pot/roaster.....)[/QUOTE

    The coffee beans would be of the same size as a football, lol......
    So, a huge, massive cup of coffee with various footballs (I mean coffee beans in it)..Interesting,.....
    The coffee pot would be huge, a waterfall of coffee.. And if he used a standard purcolater it would sound like white water rapids all the time :/

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    [QUOTE=MyMugsHalfFull;53124]
    Quote Originally Posted by btreath9082 View Post

    The coffee pot would be huge, a waterfall of coffee.. And if he used a standard purcolater it would sound like white water rapids all the time :/
    OMG, Imagine a waterfall out of which coffee is constantly coming. lol.......
    I would love to take bath in a coffee waterfall.
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    [QUOTE=btreath9082;53167]
    Quote Originally Posted by MyMugsHalfFull View Post

    OMG, Imagine a waterfall out of which coffee is constantly coming. lol.......
    I would love to take bath in a coffee waterfall.
    If you check out the uses for coffee, used coffee grounds as a shampoo is mentioned

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    [QUOTE=MyMugsHalfFull;53174]
    Quote Originally Posted by btreath9082 View Post

    If you check out the uses for coffee, used coffee grounds as a shampoo is mentioned

    OMG, I ought to try this to see if it is able to do something regarding my dandruff. I have this problem of dandruff from last many years and I absolutely hate this. The problem gets worsened every year as soon as the winter season arrives. The dandruff becomes much more evident if and when I put on a black shirt. I am just so much obsessed with this problem; I have tried several medicated shampoos for this but haven't got any improvement yet. This is the reason I just rush to try anything and everything someone tells me, would take care of my dandruff.
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    [QUOTE=btreath9082;53216]
    Quote Originally Posted by MyMugsHalfFull View Post

    OMG, I ought to try this to see if it is able to do something regarding my dandruff. I have this problem of dandruff from last many years and I absolutely hate this. The problem gets worsened every year as soon as the winter season arrives. The dandruff becomes much more evident if and when I put on a black shirt. I am just so much obsessed with this problem; I have tried several medicated shampoos for this but haven't got any improvement yet. This is the reason I just rush to try anything and everything someone tells me, would take care of my dandruff.
    Irritable Scalp Syndrome maybe... Keeping hydrated helps. I remember having an issue with dandruff when I was in my teens.. Of course, now that I shave all my hair off as I'm essentially bald anyway, I notice my dandruff hasn't returned...

    There ya go! Shave your head! Never worry about dandruff again!

    On a more serious note: Head and Shoulders seems to work well for that too.

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    [QUOTE=MyMugsHalfFull;53268]
    Quote Originally Posted by btreath9082 View Post

    Irritable Scalp Syndrome maybe... Keeping hydrated helps. I remember having an issue with dandruff when I was in my teens.. Of course, now that I shave all my hair off as I'm essentially bald anyway, I notice my dandruff hasn't returned...

    There ya go! Shave your head! Never worry about dandruff again!

    On a more serious note: Head and Shoulders seems to work well for that too.
    I have virtually tried each and every genuine shampoo which is available in the market. Head and shoulders, Vatika, Sunsilk, you name it and I have tried it.
    OMG, getting bold is the best advice by you, I wonder I have discussed this issue with so many people but no one gave me this advice. How would I look like being bald? That's the main concern.
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    Anyone watching the new coffee show "Dangerous Grounds" on travel channel? Actually pretty good.

 

 
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