Banned: K-cups

In our democracy, everyone’s ideas have the opportunity to come to fruition. Even the stupid ones.

The Prime Dictator lives in an alternate reality and protects the people from their own stupidity, for he is wise.

And in that reality, the Prime Dictator will ban any invention that is not in the best interest of society.

In that reality, Keurig’s K-cup brewing system will not exist, except maybe as a concept that was shot down in its infancy. And shooting down this disgusting idea is what our democratic society should have done as well.

Every year the Keurig K-cup system generates enough plastic to encircle the globe multiple times, whereas the waste from its predecessor can go directly into your compost bin.

Let’s not forget the Keurig’s secondary waste product: shitty-tasting coffee.

The Prime Dictator hereby bans the Keurig K-cup brewing system for being expensive, wasteful, and producing inferior coffee.

18 thoughts on “Banned: K-cups

      1. I’m the only one I know that does this.
        I understand there are a few companies that make a 100% biodegradable k-cup.
        Apparently one just brews and toss’.
        ***It’s a lot of work to remove the coffee, rinse, and then recycle.***
        I often wonder if things (really) get recycled. I KNOW they don’t where I work – even though we have recycled bins (that runneth over sometimes) – the recyclables get thrown in the regular garbage, when those bins get full.

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