Tuesday, September 28, 2004

O is for... Ovaltine?

When I'm not, you know, solving the mysteries of the brain and stuff, I ponder more weighty matters. I'm currently stumped by a coffee lid.

The medical center coffee cart folks have cup lids manufactured by DART. There's five letters on top of the plastic lids, handy for circling so as to distinguish between similar looking cups of coffee. These letters are: D C M L O. I'm assuming it goes:
D= decaf
C = creamer
M = milk

But I can't figure out L and O (or 0/zero). "Light"? Why would you need to indicate light if you can see "light"? More importantly, why is there no "S" for sugar or sweetner, when those are coffee attributes you can't discern merely by looking at it?


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