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coffee in, coffee out

Referring to the act of drinking coffee and then urinating soon after. I need a bathroom break—coffee in, coffee out and all that.
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coffee in, coffee out

and CICO
phr. & comp. abb. a phrase relating to drinking coffee and then urinating. (A play on FIFO, GIGO, etc.) Yikes! I really got to go! CICO. Let’s stop again at the next rest area. Coffee in, coffee out, you know.
See also: coffee, out
References in classic literature ?
"One must let you drink your coffee in peace, at least," said Matvey, in the affectionately gruff tone with which it was impossible to be angry.
What we liked: The capsule method makes excellent coffee in a range of styles; its speed is a huge advantage if you want to make several cups.
Lincoln Barrett, the company vice president, guest marketing and alliances, said, 'Partnering with Topguest allows us to reward our members with Priority Club points each time they virtually check-in at an IHG hotel, whether it's for a good night's sleep, or for a coffee in the hotel's restaurant.
It was also the first time I'd had coffee in all this time.
According to FIND/SVP, projected retail sales for gourmet coffee in 1990 are $750 million, and competition for each and every dollar will increase.
In the health-conscious 90's, coffeehouses will continue to serve in place of the "bar scene." People will talk over coffee in an open, airy coffee house instead of a drink in a dark bar.