It seems only right that the most popular drink on earth is an intrinsic part of popular culture—which (of course) includes jokes!
Q: What do you call a cow who’s just given birth?
Q: How did the hipster burn his tongue?
A: He drank his coffee before it was cool.
Q: What's it called when you steal someone's coffee?
Q: How does a tech guy drink coffee?
A: He installs Java!
Q: What do you call sad coffee?
Q: Why do they call coffee mud?
A: Because it was ground a couple of minutes ago.
Q: How are coffee beans like kids?
A: They're always getting grounded!
Q: What's fat, slimy, and drinks a lot of coffee?
A: Java the Hut.
Q: Why don't snakes drink coffee?
A: It makes them viperactive!
Q: What is best Beatles song?
A: Latté Be!
Q: What kind of coffee was served on the Titanic?
The Mug: A Ready-Made Canvas
Of course, a large percentage of the world’s jokes, while not specifically about coffee, still, in a way, contain it: they are printed on the sides of what is perhaps the most popular tourist collectible item on earth, the coffee mug. It seems everyone owns at least one or two, and for some collectors, increasing their stash is a total obsession: Bob Thomson, who began collecting mugs in 1995, is the current record holder, with a grand total of 6,352 as of 2006! Coffee’s popularity has made the mug an everyday item, which in turn led to its universal popularity among humorists.