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Entry from July 22, 2019
“Coffee spelled backwards is ‘eeffoc‘“

"Coffee spelled backwards is ‘eeffoc’. Just know that I don’t give eeffoc until I’ve had my morning coffee” is a jocular saying that has been printed on many images. “Coffee spelled backwards is eeffoc” was printed in the Akron (OH) Beacon Journal on April 14, 1974.

“‘Coffee spelled backwards is Eeffoc. Don’t eeffoc with my coffee.’ Courtesy of: audreylovesparis… (link: https://www.instagram.com/p/_RLwntHX_p/) instagram.com/p/_RLwntHX_p/” was posted on Twitter by Michelle Mazuros on December 14, 2015.

“Coffee spelled backwards is, “eeffoc”.  So just know that I don’t give eeffoc until I’ve had my coffee. #CoffeeLover #mornings #SaturdayMorning” was posted on Twitter by Michael Brunette on February 9, 2019. “Coffee spelled backwards is eeffoc, so just know i don’t give eeffoc until i’ve had my coffee 💅🏽” was posted on Twitter by Alex+++ on February 10, 2019, and this tweet went viral.

“Coffee spelled backwards is ‘eeffoc’. Just know that I don’t give eeffoc until I’ve had my morning coffee” was posted on Reddit—Jokes on March 19, 2019.


14 April 1974, Akron (OH) Beacon Journal, “Coffee: spilling all the beans” by Tom Suchan, Beacon (Sunday Magazine), pg. 8, col. 3:
Ugh
Coffee spelled backwards is eeffoc.

1 December 1990, Toronto (ON) Star, “And the winners...” by Lew Gloin, pg. J19:
Joan McGrath of Toronto, remembering the wartime product KLIM (milk spelled backwards) suggests that the stuff that comes out of coffee machines should be called EEFFOC.

21 November 1994, The Evening Sun (Baltimore, MD), “Too much coffee? I had only 10 cups” by Kevin Cowherd, pg. 1D:
1:05—Back at the office now. You know what just occurred to me? Coffee spelled backward is eeffoc.

Eeffoc! Isn’t that funny?

Speaking of which, I could go for another cup of eeffoc.

Uh, coffee.

Twitter
Michelle Mazuros
@MichelleMazuros
“Coffee spelled backwards is Eeffoc. Don’t eeffoc with my coffee.” Courtesy of: audreylovesparis… (link: https://www.instagram.com/p/_RLwntHX_p/) instagram.com/p/_RLwntHX_p/
5:14 AM · Dec 14, 2015 · Instagram

Twitter
Izzy
@WhiskeySweets
Coffee spelled backwards is eeffoc.
So don’t eeffoc with my coffee.
9:57 AM · Mar 22, 2016 · Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
The Washington Inst.
@Oral_SurgeryDC
Coffee spelled backwards is EEFFOC. Don’t eeffoc with my coffee.
Happy National Coffee Day!
9:14 AM · Sep 29, 2017 · Facebook

Twitter
Michael Brunette
@michaelbrunette
Coffee spelled backwards is, “eeffoc”.  So just know that I don’t give eeffoc until I’ve had my coffee. #CoffeeLover #mornings #SaturdayMorning
8:43 AM · Feb 9, 2019 · Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Alex+++
@trapppo
coffee spelled backwards is eeffoc, so just know i don’t give eeffoc until i’ve had my coffee 💅🏽
10:49 AM · Feb 10, 2019 · Twitter for iPhone

Urban Dictionary
eeffoc
Eeffoc is coffee spelled backwards. A play on words used to indicate that you have no priority higher, nor interest in anything other than your first coffee.
Eeffoc is coffee spelled backwards. I don’t give eeffoc until I’ve had my coffee.
#morning coffee caffeine
by murr2k February 12, 2019

Reddit—Jokes
Posted by u/FourWordReplies March 19, 2019
Coffee spelled backwards is “eeffoc”.
Just know that I don’t give eeffoc until I’ve had my morning coffee.

Twitter
🤣 The Dad Joke Man 😉
@DadJokeMan
Coffee spelled backwards is
eeffoc
I don’t give eeffoc until after my
first cup…
#MondayMorning
1:47 AM · Jul 22, 2019 · Twitter for iPhone

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Monday, July 22, 2019 • Permalink