Dare you to send back yo' s'pro for being too short from deez bad azz g's. Keepin' it gangsta all da wheeey! Fo shiz aiiight!
And just in case you loved that background tune so much, here are da boyz in all their glory!
Wednesday, 11 June 2008
Tuesday, 3 June 2008
Well apparantly if you live in south australia the thing to do is roll em up and smoke them.
FIRST OFF: I DO NOT CONDONE OR ENCOURAGE THIS IN ANY WAY, AS IT MAY LEAD TO SEVERE HEALTH ISSUES (Who knows?!)
Anyhow, a rather annoying by product of roasted coffee is the amount of coffee husks that split off from the bean (they're the yellowish flakes in the photo above), and how these then need to be collected from around the drum and discarded. Without roasting with the aid of an afterburner, there can be quite an amount of this stuff to be getting rid of on a weekly basis.
On a sunny morning's roasting (at a coffee roaster who, for now at least, shal remain nameless) a small particle of coffee husk lodged itself against a heating element and a perculier smell gave way.
Now i'm not sure what prompted this (probably a curious persona and living in SA was enough), but the nameless roaster felt the need to roll up some husks into a cigarette and smoke them.
What's followed is a small following of folks who are really enjoy this "disgusting habit". And so with the absence of nicotein and the other 52 chemicals added to regular cigarettes (of which i'd never personally touch) i thought i'd give it a shot.
The flavour is quite clean and very smooth. Mildly earthy, and actually (dare i say) quite enjoyable. Around 2 mins later you're met with a slight head buzz, not unlike the kind of head buzz after drinking a little bit too much coffee, which fades soon after.
While this is not something i'd do again, it was certainly an interesting experience all the same.
It does make you wonder though what was going through the persons mine who first lit fire to tobacco and put that in his mouth.