Darnit, Dinsdale, I was hoping to be the first to say that one.
However, I will vary a little bit on the theme and take one from our dear friend rubes’ playbook:
I like my women like I like my humor:
…in the eighth grade.
I like my coffee like I like my men—strong, sweet, and hot!!!
I like my tea like I like my women—sweet, creamy and plentiful.
I like my coffee like I like my men — I don’t like coffee.
I like my coffee like I like my women—in a plastic cup!
(credit again extended to Eddie Izzard…)
I like my coffee like I like my men… sweet, pale, and fair trade.
(happens to be true…)
IIMCLILMW Hot, creamy and keeping me awake all night inspiring me to stay up and write novels.
Cold, and through a straw!
I like my coffee like I like my man: Ready to go down every morning.
ILMC LILMW, tied up in a sack and thrown on the back of a donkey by Juan Valdez…
(stolen from Patton Oswalt)
Hand-picked from a plantation in Columbia
You drink your coffee at home alone I take it?
A bit bitter
At least once a day
With a kick
I like my coffee like I like my women: WET!
ILMCLILMW-- all over the front of my pants.
Coffee and men… sweet, strong, rich, hot and stimulating!
Flight attendant to pilots: Can I get you something to drink?
First officer: No, I’m fine.
Captain: Sure, I’ll take a cup of coffee.
FA: How do you like your coffee?
Captain: I like my coffee like I like my women…
FA: Captain, I can’t make you a stupid cup of coffee!
Coffee and women -
Spanish, with a nice cognac, after dinner, while relaxing in the armchair.
From Wayne’s World on SNL:
Wayne: I like my coffee the way I like my women.
Garth’s Mom (Candace Bergen): How’s that?
Wayne: Milk and two sugars.
Garth’s Mom: What’s that mean?
Wayne: I have no idea.
As for me, I like my coffee like I like my women: steaming hot and on the kitchen table at 6 a.m., in a mug shaped like Marvin the Martian.