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Will there be coffee cows this year?


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Do you like the coffee cows in the morning? :D
Yes
 
28 of 43 replies (65%)
No
 
6 of 43 replies (14%)
Dunno / don't care
 
9 of 43 replies (21%)


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Written on: 22.06.2009 03:58
Peppep
Posts: 51
I am soooo looking forward to waking up to the sound of people yelling "kaffeku!!", and then hurrying to find some cash. ;p Does anyone know if they'll be back this year?

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 22.06.2009 at 03:59.]
Written on: 22.06.2009 05:49
Fredde
Posts: 757
Peppep skrev:

I am soooo looking forward to waking up to the sound of people yelling "kaffeku!!", and then hurrying to find some cash. ;p Does anyone know if they'll be back this year?


http://www.coffeecow.se/index.htm

To the right it says "Roskilde Festival ready"
Written on: 22.06.2009 05:59
Peppep
Posts: 51
Thank you! =)
Written on: 23.06.2009 01:37
Andiech
Posts: 211
I don't mind the people working there and the service that they provide, but I would rather walk the extra 100 meters to buy a coffee for a lesser cost at the foodstand. icon_wink.gif

I've bought coffee from the Coffee Cows once, and that was in 2007 at the bridge leading to Gate 19 when they were opening the Festival Area.
The only reason was that I was so god damn cold and soaked from all the rain icon_confused.gif
Written on: 23.06.2009 09:35
Trude Troldmyr
Posts: 8
Andiech wrote:

I don't mind the people working there and the service that they provide, but I would rather walk the extra 100 meters to buy a coffee for a lesser cost at the foodstand. icon_wink.gif

I've bought coffee from the Coffee Cows once, and that was in 2007 at the bridge leading to Gate 19 when they were opening the Festival Area.
The only reason was that I was so god damn cold and soaked from all the rain icon_confused.gif


Not all have 100 meters to the foodstand. I appreciate cows coming to the far ends of the festival. icon_cool.gif
Written on: 23.06.2009 16:07
Martin Pagh Ludvigsen
Posts: 35
Andiech skrev:

I don't mind the people working there and the service that they provide, but I would rather walk the extra 100 meters to buy a coffee for a lesser cost at the foodstand. icon_wink.gif

I've bought coffee from the Coffee Cows once, and that was in 2007 at the bridge leading to Gate 19 when they were opening the Festival Area.
The only reason was that I was so god damn cold and soaked from all the rain icon_confused.gif


I like the fact that you pay extra to be lazy - that's why I always buy my coffee from these lovely creatures.
Written on: 23.06.2009 17:03
Herbert
Posts: 69
Andiech skrev:

I don't mind the people working there and the service that they provide, but I would rather walk the extra 100 meters to buy a coffee for a lesser cost at the foodstand. icon_wink.gif

I've bought coffee from the Coffee Cows once, and that was in 2007 at the bridge leading to Gate 19 when they were opening the Festival Area.
The only reason was that I was so god damn cold and soaked from all the rain icon_confused.gif


The foodstands in the camping area don't have coffee, only the watery danish excuse for coffee. icon_smile.gif

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Written on: 24.06.2009 13:23
Chefen
Posts: 58
worim skrev:


The foodstands in the camping area don't have coffee, only the watery danish excuse for coffee. icon_smile.gif


w00t?? The coffee fromt the stands selling breakfast and later on, sandwiches, do have the most explicit coffe.
The cows make their coffee from one cofeebean to 10 gallons of water.
Written on: 24.06.2009 19:35
Andiech
Posts: 211
Chefen skrev:

worim skrev:


The foodstands in the camping area don't have coffee, only the watery danish excuse for coffee. icon_smile.gif


w00t?? The coffee fromt the stands selling breakfast and later on, sandwiches, do have the most explicit coffe.
The cows make their coffee from one cofeebean to 10 gallons of water.



Word
Written on: 25.06.2009 15:21
Deleted user last year i always bought coffee at the foodstands. i think it was good coffee and it tasted very good if you add a shot whiskey


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