Thursday, August 21, 2008

Coffee withdrawel

Okay breath in, breath out and again. In and out. I am hyperventilating.

There is no coffee in the building. I repeat. No coffee in the entire building.

Our machine is broken and on the floor above us it is empty and below it’s not been refilled either. Is this a sign we’re headed towards the Apocalypse? I sure hope not but if I don’t get my coffee soon heads will have to roll because I? can’t guarantee for anything.

7 comments:

Brian o vretanos said...

I'm surprised that they didn't sound the alarm and evacuate you all to the nearest Starbucks. Aren't there Health and Safety laws that cover this sort of thing?

Kat said...

Brian Yeah. The least you could expect was an IV coffee drip for the mother of all emergencies.

Melisa said...

Oh my gosh...ARE YOU OKAY????

Stay strong Kat, stay strong! (Can't you "run an errand" or something?)

Kat said...

Melisa can you imagine? I almost lost it there for a second. You get to work and NO coffee. Anywhere. It was gone, gone I tell ya. Well I got a grip and am batteling the addiction by going to the coffeeshop and paying an outrageous $5 for a tall Latte. So much better than the office coffee.

Oh wait, that means I wasn't batteling, I was fueling my addiction :-O

Steph said...

You are so funny. That was the first thing that I gave up when I found out I was pregnant. It was very tough at first and there are still mornings when I crave and long for that cup of coffee, but I am doing well. Hope you found some...somewhere.

Melissa said...

Woof, take the money out of petty cash and make the office pay for it. Really that must fall under a hostile working place, right?

SgtSudsWife said...

I am pretty sure this is one of the reasons I think there should be a starbucks emergency button and they could deliver.

If I don't have my coffee in the morning it is a very very scary thing.