So I have one of those coffee machines that uses the little cups of coffee shizzle to, like, brew coffee, and the first brew or so yields a legit cup of high-concentration coffee (to be defiled by excessive sums of creamer et al.), but each cup thereafter is extremely watery. This Interwebs how-to thing says, "Lift the top handle to remove the K-cup after it is done brewing, and dispose of it in a trash can." Does that mean you're supposed to dispose of the entire cup after one use? But the coffee machine asks which size coffee I want for each cup, so if I were to pick a larger cup rather than a smaller one, and we assume that one K-cup is indeed to be used for each cup of coffee, then wouldn't the different sizes vary in concentration? If the largest size were worth one of the little cups, then the smallest size would be worth, like, one half, but I don't see those specifications anywhere in any guide. Besides, there's so much coffee shizzle still in there after one cup. It's literally like 95% full. Unless there's some sort of magical coffee-resin-extraction capabilities being utilized, they're wasting a whole lot of shizzle. Is there some sort of coffee industrial complex in which coffee distributors are made to deliberately expend large amounts of coffee in their products in order to keep the inflation of coffee supply in check? This is exactly the sort of capitalist-oligarchic society that Sanford Dole and his ultra-rich friends had in mind during their imperialist conquest of the Hawaiian kingdom. Well no more, hoalohas! We shall regain our sovereignty!
But seriously, is something wrong with my coffee machine?