The trend to find similarities between people and random items is having its moment of glory and this is proof of it. Many twitter users decided to collaborate and recreate the most famous science fiction saga as coffee beverages and the result it’s the best thing you will see today.
We will never know for sure why these comparisons make us laugh so much, but they do. The Yoda representation as a wise Turkish coffee that you can read to understand your future is amazing.
We all know that if Obi Wan lived in the real world, he would do so in a hip neighborhood in Brooklyn, go to Trader Joe’s on Saturday mornings, buy produce in the farmer’s market and of course, drink french press coffee.
When you see the picture of the Aeropress there is really nothing to think about: it would be for sure Kylo Ren’s option to make his coffee in the mornings. A match made in heaven.
Han Solo sure would think of everybody’s coffee order in the morning, so this makes perfect sense for us. It’s a common option, is not tacky because it is not diluted, and it will provide enough for everyone in need.
Based on this tweet, it is safe to think that R2D2 would behave like any entitled child who just go out of college and arrives late at job interviews with his coffee order in hand because he is just not dealing with your timing.
People who would just use hazelnut coffee creamer for their morning beverage are really one of a kind. To be honest, I do agree with this one but I would add that the creamer is also almond milk-based.
Yes, yes and yes. This is one of my favorite guesses. I do think of Darth Maul as that guy who would ask his Starbucks barista for four espresso shots in his coffee just because he can totally handle his caffeine.
Jar Jar Binks
Of course Jar Jar Binks would drink these awful, concentrated, tasteless drinks. He is that guy who would go to the supermarket and be pleased because his preferences are always stocked up…because nobody else likes that stuff.
Luke drinks matcha green tea, of course, but he wouldn’t just go and order one in his regular coffee shop. He would probably have all his equipment at home, imported from Japan because ¨It’s not the same¨.
Padme is one of those people who would naturally assume that everyone has the same equipment for coffee-making at home, just like she does. Probably even ask you how you do yours without it at all.
I would have never imagined that I would feel as close to Finn as I do at this moment. Keurig people are like that: we want the coffee made in a reasonable time so we don’t have to wake up too early. We get things done.
Not only Ben Solo has recently switched to decaf (of course he did) but he is also into a plant-based way of life, buys cauliflower gnocchi and meditates for five minutes when he wakes up because life is hard enough already.