Pino’s Law: I

I think this is the first installment of Pino’s [okay, THAT pisses me off!  My spell check just flagged Pino as being misspelled.  Damn it.  It did it again!] Law.  I’m sure that can’t be correct.  I often cite things off the cuff that just seem like they should just be, well, law.

But after moocho searching, I can’t find any documentation of any such law.  So, here goes.

Pino’s Law: I

No matter how many travel coffee thermos you have in the house, ALL of them will be dirty and in the dishwasher 98.5% of the time.

I never used to bring coffee to work.  We had awesome coffee provided AND I was at my desk by 5:30-6:00.  Now, we have shitty coffee, if any, and I’m at my desk by 8:45 – 9:00.  I need coffee before 9:00.

So….I bought a coffee maker and some coffee and began to make coffee.  And then be late.  Late ’cause I had to drink my coffee before I got in my car.

THEN I discovered the wonders of individual thermos.  Wonder of wonders!

But it was always, ALWAYS dirty.

So, I bought another one.  And another one and another one……

And the flippen things are ALWAYS dirty!


Pino’s [damn spellcheck!] Law I

11 responses to “Pino’s Law: I

  1. So.. what is the law? That they are always dirty? Shouldn’t the law be after every use, a person needs to thoroughly wash the thermos? Just askin.

  2. Reminds me of Sean’s First Law.

    Everytime I get in the car after my wife’s been using it for a week, it is always out of gas and we are always in a hurry about to hit Bay Area traffic.

  3. I am looking forward to seeing Pino’s second law…

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