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A lot of sites have a special motto. It is usually funny, interesting and catchy. I think we should have a catchy motto too. So what do you think our motto should be? Make it as awesome, catchy, and more interesting as you can! All ideas are okay!

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    I'm from Germany and my English is not the best. Because of that I like the actual tagline. It describes the site in an understandable English! – Tim Feb 23 '15 at 12:59
  • 'Funny' is a bit subjective - are you after wit? puns? something actually humorous, or just clever? – marcellothearcane Jun 19 '17 at 20:13
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Not Just another Drink, But A Caffeinated Gateway to Zen

A Caffeinated Calling

Brewing the perfect roast

  • I quite like "Brew the perfect roast" – Nick Udell Aug 21 '18 at 10:13
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I have a few suggestions:

  • Serving Coffee and Knowledge Since 2015

  • Coffee.SE - Official Q/A for Coffee-ers!

  • Coffee + Knowledge = Coffee.SE

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Maybe something about the correlation between the facts that caffeine is both the least regulated psychoactive drug in the world and also the most widely used …

Nah. It's funny, but not hah-hah funny.

Coffee is drank in many ways: sweet, creamy, spiced, or pure.
And, for those who have it spiked, it doubles as a cure.

Whoops. That's no good.

How about this?

The internet is all a-buzz about Coffee.SE

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Similar to 'covfefe', except it's not.

okay, I know this is pretty much out of date already but I had to...

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A few thoughts:

  • Coffee.SE: overthinking coffee since 2015.
  • Where real coffee nerds learn about real coffee.
  • Coffee + Science: FUN
  • Serious coffee questions need serious answers.
  • Okay -- perhaps I misunderstood the point of "a motto" and this discussion: I was aiming for a "funny" motto, in the style of the Stack Overflow motto discussion. I was aiming for some eye-catching, wry tag-line for community ads or so. If not, our dry "current description" is as good as can be, and is exactly the same style as the other sites @fredley listed... – hoc_age Feb 23 '15 at 13:15
  • I quite like "Serious coffee questions need serious answers" but perhaps shortened a little, something like "Serious coffee needs serious knowledge" or something? – Nick Udell Aug 21 '18 at 10:12
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My suggestions:

  • Where coffee and questions meet (A bit misleading?)
  • No, we do not serve decaf. (Too funny?)
  • For coffee addicts who want points
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Coffee SE - Jittery with knowledge

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Keep calm and drink coffee

Keep calm; drink coffee Original image here.

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    Not so original... – Anthony Pham Mar 12 '15 at 21:40
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    @PythonMaster That's fine. – Möoz Mar 12 '15 at 22:02

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