Cafe Miami

Cafe Miami

posted on 11 Sep 2000 in Signs

Many thanks for such a coffee.

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leila
leila
12 years ago

It boggles me that some Engrish phrases still don’t sound right after taking out the obvious grammatical / spelling errors. I mean, what makes it weird to say “‘Let’s have such (a) coffee! Now!’ is our selling copy (catch phrase).”? I recently dug out my Grade 7 English composition notebook from b4 I received a proper ESL education, and my writing sounded exactly like that, which made me lol and wonder at the same time.

chris
chris
12 years ago

thats funny i havent seen any of these in florida..

stacy
stacy
11 years ago

not everybody say TASTY about our non-selling coffee though…

Jamie Brannon
Jamie Brannon
11 years ago

Sour coffee?

John Nowak
John Nowak
11 years ago

company manager (in Japanese, of course): “I think we need to check our translator’s school records.”

Ghost08
Ghost08
11 years ago

just a spoon full of sugar helps the coffee go down–the coffee go dooowwwnnn

Shannon
Shannon
11 years ago

BITTER AND SOUR AND MILD.

OH MAI.

Veggiet
10 years ago

And what if I don’t love it, Huh? Huh!? Take that Cafe Miami!

iLock
iLock
10 years ago

Oh I really wanna have such a coffee, now!

fifi
fifi
9 years ago

This coffe is so sour and bitter and TASTY! Let us have such of more now!

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