a phrase used by the weak minded to excuse themselves for being a complete dipshit until they have had a sufficient fix of caffeine.
You'll have to excuse me for not being able to wipe my own ass right now Bill, I haven't had "my coffee" yet.
by kmpistol July 16, 2009
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A Black person who dates a white person (usually a Black Woman and a White Man).

Started widely in use after "Waiting To Exhail"
Sheashea has a little cream in her coffee. She started dating the mailman about a week ago.
by The Army of Teh July 26, 2005
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From Carly Simon's You're So Vain.

Coffee is awakening. Clouds block the sun and cloud your vision. Therefore, clouds in your coffee translates as not being able to see things clearly.

In the song, she was clouded by false love or infatuation and was not able to see the true character of whomever the song is about.
by mlh06 July 18, 2009
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Reference to interracial relationships... black people who like white people
Black guy: I prefer black women but every now and then I like a little bit of milk in my coffee.
by DaYungFlyGuy April 26, 2014
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A euphemisn for anal sex. Originally defined as any homosexual activity, the term grew to mean any type of anal sex in general. (Hetrosexual or otherwise).

Designed to allow those who engage in the act to talk about their sexual exploits in relative secrecy around people unaware of the definition. Although has become less effective as it has spread to be fairly commonly known in its city of origin. Melbourne, Australia.

Berocca itself is a tablet soluble in water that contains vitamins and is used to aid general health and well being. It is popular as a hangover preventative or cure.
Scenario 1

Christian: Dude way to much berocca in my coffee this morning.

David: You shouldn't mix berocca and coffee that would taste terrible!

Christian: No dude, I mean I had my ass pounded like a freight train and can't walk straight, duh.

David: Oh I get it, the coffee is your butt, and berocca is a black man's penis. You gay guys crack me up with your crazy words.

Scenario 2

Mary: (on a crowded train) Wow I got some serious berocca in my coffee last night.

Julia: Oh yeah, who's the lucky barista?

Stranger: Do you girls mind!? I don't need or want to hear about how much berocca you got last night. Jeez.
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This expression was used in the 1972 Carly Simon song, "You're So Vain." To understand the meaning, it is helpful to read the full lyrics of the song. Prior to the refrain, the lyric "And all the girls dreamed that they'd be your partner
They'd be your partner, and..."

What was it that Simon was dreaming about? The prospect of a relationship with subject of the verse. The lyrics were written about someone after the end of a relationship, several years afterward, in fact. Simon laments that a relationship was, is, and will continue to be made impossible by the deep character flaws of the subject, most prominently, their vanity.

Understanding this, 'clouds in my coffee' refers to a metaphorical distortion or illusion. Coffee is black, clouds are white and have patterns. When one sees such things reflected in the surface of a liquid, they are readily identifiable as illusion. In matters of love, illusions are more difficult to discern.

Simon expresses her lament that her belief in a future with this shallow individual was illusory and that it was an illusion shared over the years by several other women, followed by the statement that the subject WOULD think the song was about them, a statement made ironic by the fact the song really is about them as, for once, they would be arriving at a correct conclusion even if for the wrong reasons.
As a simile: "I thought I saw an oasis, but it was a mirage, like clouds in coffee."

As a metaphor: "My dream was to be a movie star, but after many years of failure came to realize that I was seeing clouds in my coffee."
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crying, and the falling tears are causing clouds when they land in the coffee
"i had a dream there were clouds in my coffee; you're so vain"
by coffeeluvr January 13, 2008
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