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Rocker July 8th, 2013 2:10pm

Is it a "Good cup of coffee" or a "Cup of good coffee?"

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jmw7477 Indiana
07/10/13 5:30 am

It depends. Are you describing the cup or the coffee. I don't like coffee, so if I use "good" & "coffee" in the same sentence, I'me describing the cup.

MrsOH Washington state
07/09/13 1:52 am

I say "good cup." But I MEAN "good coffee."

FemmeAdamWest in the Tardis library
07/08/13 1:36 pm

It's good coffee... But if I'm drinking it out of my Yoda mug it's both.

bballard92 taste the rainbow
07/08/13 7:31 am

A good cup indicates that you think the cup itself is good, not necessarily the coffee. I must admit though that I'm guilty of phrasing alot of things wrongly, such as this.

Rocker saved by grace
07/08/13 7:38 am

I think we are all guilty of that, haha. I chose good coffee. I would rather have good coffee than a good cup.

bballard92 taste the rainbow
07/08/13 7:48 am

I chose good coffee too. I don't think cup materials would taste nearly as good as the coffee in it ;) I love coffee though. It's a wonderful drink.

kateXcore Dark side of the moon
07/08/13 4:37 pm

I'd like a good cup of good coffee. What now?!?!!

Emily33 North Carolina
07/08/13 7:15 am

Eh. I could see either. I just want some good coffee.