“What if,” I asked my husband as we sipped coffee from our china cups, “coffee contains some sort of secret ingredient that allows the government to read our thoughts.”
“What are you saying, Darling? That now coffee is part of your conspiracy theory? I honestly don’t know why I married you.”
“Now that you mention it, I was thinking the same thing. How could I have married someone who is so… insensitive to the possibility that everything is spying on us?”
“Everything is not… wait. Did you say you were thinking the same thing as I? Put down the cup.”
4 thoughts on “Suspicious Coffee – an 100-word story”
Separate stories to follow? Good thing I don’t drink coffee – good for Government mind readers. 😯
I hadn’t planned to write any separate stories, but now you have me thinking.
I’ll tell my coffee you suggested it. 😉 hehe
And that’s why so many people find it addictive, huh? They made it that way so they can spy on as many people as possible? Hmm…
Guess I’d better stop drinking coffee and drink more tea instead.
That’s true! I’m switching to tea!
Riiiight. Just typing it gives me the shakes. 😛