Ah, yes, the world of internet culture and memes never seems to disappoint. For the coffee lover, coffee memes are a must to capture the essence of what it means to be an addict. Is caffeine addiction a laughing matter? When you put it in a meme, it is!
These funny coffee memes add to the joy of enjoying a cup of coffee at home or with your family. Whether you can’t wait to get your hands on an espresso, latte, or even Starbucks, one thing is certain – you need your daily dose of coffee!
If you’re like me, it can be a bit cumbersome. But know that you’re not alone! These coffee meme images are just what you need to brighten up your day.
1. Tom Hardy For The Win
Ugh, who doesn’t love Tom Hardy? He’s in most of the hottest movies today, from Batman to Warrior, and he never fails to make me feel weak to my knees. No? Anyone? Okay, it’s just me.
As dreamy as he is, there’s no denying Tom Hardy always plays a tough guy. In this meme, we can see him holding up his coffee cup, warning us that he indeed does drink coffee.
What makes enjoying black coffee (or any cup of Joe, for that matter) so dangerous? Maybe it’s that we’ll do anything to get that aromatic, bold flavor into our bodies. Or, maybe it’s that before coffee time, we’re a bit cranky, and after coffee time, we’re on a whole new level of action! Either way, it shows that coffee addicts are a force to be reckoned with.
2. Personality? No, Coffee
Have your friends ever told you that your entire personality is based on coffee? If you’re like me, there’s nothing better than having lots of coffee all hours of the day. It’s all I talk about, think about, crave! This meme made me laugh out loud.
Are personality and development good for you as a person? Perhaps… but so is coffee. And new coffee mugs. And visiting a coffee shop. And eating with a cup of coffee in your hand. You get the picture.
3. It’s Me; I’m the Problem
There’s nothing better than brewing your own coffee, either decaf coffee or regular coffee, at home. In fact, in my home, it’s a staple and a necessary evil.
As a coffee addict, my mornings consist of washing my face, preparing my room, and of course, going into my kitchen and brewing my morning coffee. But it doesn’t stop there. I’ll proceed to later have an iced coffee after I’ve put myself together and have everyone think I’m a perfect person.
Of course, this is my first cup of the day! I wake up looking this amazing and have all the time in the world to chat! Okay, not really. As a coffee addict, my day revolves around looking my best (and my worst) around a delicious cup of Joe.
4. Don’t Know, Don’t Care, Just Coffee
I can’t recall the number of times someone has asked me, “Hey, do you know how coffee works? Are you sure you’re supposed to have three cups a day?” My answer is the same all the time – I don’t know. Don’t question it.
I love coffee. I know the barista crushes the coffee beans, puts the magic in a cup, and then my first coffee gets me through the day. Why question something so magical?
For health reasons, of course! Yes, coffee can make me jittery. But, for us die-hard coffee drinkers, none of that matters. I’ll take my cup of energy the same way I do my cup of truth – a little murky and a little sweet, thanks.
5. So Many Flavors
Coffee addicts know you can never turn down another cup of coffee. Visiting my mom, and she brews me a cup? Sure, I’ll take it! Leaving my mother’s house on the way home? There’s bound to be a Starbucks or coffee shop on the way back. International Coffee Day? Of course, it’s my favorite holiday, and there’s no other way to celebrate, is there?
The true coffee lover knows it’s nearly impossible to turn down a delicious, aromatic, dark, beautifully roasted cup of magic. On the days when I’m overloaded with coffee, don’t worry; there’s always tea to make up for it.
6. Withdrawals Suck
For those of you who are new to coffee addiction, one of the most important coffee facts to remember is that, yes, you will get withdrawals if you suddenly stop drinking coffee. Coffee works by constricting the blood vessels in the body and may even provide relief from headaches and migraines on occasion.
However, the opposite can be said about stopping coffee. Because your body is now used to having constricted blood vessels, blood flow can increase around the brain and might even trigger flare-ups and headaches when your blood vessels expand.
If you’re planning on cutting back on coffee, have some headache medication available. Talk to your doctor. Have a plan of action so you can wean off it slowly. Or, if you’re a true coffee addict, just don’t quit and avoid the suffering altogether! You might find our guide on how to quit coffee helpful.
7. Happiness In A Cup
Oh, come on! You’re telling me a cup of coffee doesn’t hold joy in every sip? The only way I can have a good morning is if I have a morning brew.
When all is said and done, I think we can all agree that this therapist is wrong. More espresso is, in fact, less depresso! There’s no shame in being a coffee addict and getting some extra pep from a cup of Joe, and being happy is what it’s all about, isn’t it? If you liked this post, you might also enjoy learning these funny coffee nicknames.