Let's talk about food for a bit. I don't mean food in general, but two particular food items. Let's start with watermelon.
With its red meat and non-threatening green exterior, a watermelon is not only pleasing to the eye but also to the bored person on the phone with their grandfather, looking for a new doodle subject. Watermelons are usually frickin delicious as well. They taste very sweet, and the taste alone is enough to trigger the memory of summer (not the sweaty parts).
Coffee, on the other hand, often has a rich, savory taste. It may be bitter, but so is life and it is time you realise that. A piece of chocolate, preferably dark, is not seldom used to top off the taste of coffee; it reminds us that there can be a silver lining in these troubling times.
Comparing these food items, one will find that they are vastly different from each other. While they can be quite exquisite on their own, the contrast may cause conflict when they are combined.
You know what, replace the "may" in the last sentence with "will". The above fuckary with words is just me trying to warn people not to eat coffee and watermelon together, because my breakfast was frickin gross. Thus, I'd like you to consider the title of this post and stay out of my way.