"Where do you keep the cream and sugar?" Submitted by Karyn S. DeWolf
"And now the neighbors are complaining ‘cause their kids are bouncing all over the place!!" Submitted by Richard Gauthe
"How is anybody supposed to drink that?" Submitted by Mervin Archer; Grove, Okla.
"Yeah, it seems like overkill but when the plant manager wants his coffee, he WANTS his coffee." Submitted by Jeff de los Santos
"You should see the sugar and creamers . . . " Submitted by Robert Andrew
"With the way things work around here, that should last about an hour." Submitted by Robert Andrew
"Just another Corporate Overhead Problem!" Submitted by Martin Treuhaft
"Decaf or regular?" Submitted by Ronald Dixon
"We felt this would stimulate our chemical reaction dwell time." Submitted by Jeff Schumann
"You thought Starbucks was overpriced before. Now they're contracting. " Submitted by Jason Gathright
"After we repainted the tank the EPA auditors quit asking questions." Submitted by Ron Strybos
"The aroma from your big big cup of coffee comes up into the plant I work at also makes me want to have a cup of your brew." Submitted by Donald Drummond; Clarksburg, W. Va.
"It pays to be the world's first and only caffeine-powered plant. . . everyone here is just perky!" Submitted by Christine Banaszek; Hauppauge, N.Y.
"Yes Wally, in a twist of fate, it is Eddie Haskel's job to do the internal inspection." Submitted by John M Patterson; Borger, Texas
"We've got a level control issue with that tank. For some unknown reason it always runs empty at break time!" Submitted by Jim McDow
"Just thinking of the McCabe-Thiele chart gives me the jitters." Submitted by James Bautsch
"Our consultants have verified a direct correlation to the release of these plumes and the growth of over superior noses among our employees." Submitted by Justin Smith; Plano, Texas
"I didn't sleep tonight. I need large cup of coffee." Submitted by Aleksandar Anastasovski
"I think we can look upon this as a wake-up call." Submitted by Rob Falconer; Lakeland, Fla.
"Nobody sleeps on the job in my factory." Submitted by Rob Falconer; Lakeland, Fla.