When You Say ‘I’m Ready’ Coffee Canister? It Could Be the Most Intense ‘I Am Ready’ Song Ever written…

When you say ‘I am ready’ and you feel like a hero, and you’re ready to take a stand for what you believe in and what you want to accomplish, then you might have a cup of coffee.

The world’s first coffee can of ‘I AM READY’ is in a coffee shop in Los Angeles, California, and it is currently being tested by the Guinness Book of World Records.

The can was made using a unique blend of coffee beans, and a “super-charged” carbonation machine that uses carbon dioxide to produce the taste of coffee, according to a press release.

The coffee is made by the company Nespresso, and the press release explains that it “is a pure coffee blend that was developed by the renowned coffee producer, Espresso, using a special blend of the finest roasted beans and aged in the company’s laboratory for up to five years.”

This isn’t the first time the coffee can has been used as a weapon.

A few years ago, a man who allegedly used the can as a gun was arrested and charged with possession of a firearm after allegedly shooting at people in a McDonald’s in New York City.

The weapon, according the New York Times, was a “custom made” Canco Coffee Canner, a device made from coffee canisters.

A gun is not illegal, but the weapon was illegal.

The man who fired the gun was later sentenced to 10 years in prison, but he was released because of a loophole in New Jersey law.

The law also allows gun owners to use the device for a limited period of time, but not as a means of self-defense.

In 2017, the New Jersey Supreme Court struck down the law, saying that a gun canister is an object that is a weapon and therefore can be used in self-defence.

The Supreme Court also ruled that people can legally carry firearms outside their homes, which is why we’re seeing coffee cans as a more effective weapon than guns in mass shootings.

So it could be that coffee can canister could be used to create a weapon, but it might be the right weapon for the right person.

Read more at MTV News.