What Would Jesus Drink?

Oh, those poor, poor Christians. Even society's cups are turning against them:

An Ohio woman is steaming after reading an anti-God message published on the side of a Starbucks coffee cup.

Y'know life is getting difficult when you're coffee cup points out that your god is an imaginary symbol. Sounds like Starbucks will be losing a valuable customer. What's her favorite drink, you wonder?

Incanno of Springboro, Ohio, admits she had been a huge fan of Starbucks before discovering the message, always ordering a large, house-brewed coffee with nonfat milk and two Splenda.

LOL. I wonder if the cup is really what's bugging her? Or could it be the chlorinated quasi-sugar that's been reported to cause "
drug-like feelings of disorientation and confusion, headaches, depression, anxiety, diarrhea, extreme fatigue, and more."

Then again, maybe it is the cups:

As WND reported in September 2005, officials at Baylor University told the Starbucks store on its Waco, Texas, campus to remove a cup said to promote homosexuality.

I'm glad that I finally woke up from my seven-year long Jesus fugue. Or I'd be living in fear of what the next coffee cup might say to me.


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