Friday, September 5, 2008


Coffee is a popular dye used in natural and synthetic fibers. It is most frequently used as an embellishment of traditional carpet patterns, and though its use is typically confined to areas around work desks in the common cubicle, you can find the tell-tale brown drip in office entryways, as well as office kitchens and break rooms.

Its use as a dye for clothing is well known--most often it will be found in small spots on ties, shirts, or on the upper portion of pants. Though often its presence in clothing admits the wearer into certain social circles, most of those circles are not that classy, and, in general, high fashion looks down on those sporting coffee-spotted attire.

Coffee is also used to inhibit people from incurring healthy habits such as sleep.

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