Photo courtesy of Crystal Holii.
Found in Tokyo.
“The Creamy, The Hard and The Deep” sounds like an R-rated film.
I’ll take the racist one.
Once you go black you never go soft.
The one … The two … The three!
Some of my best friends are hard.
Do they vibrate?
Cappuccino, the soft. Don’t mix up!
Cream pies anyone
– Creamy, hard and deep, please.
– I’m coming!
Core-hee(japanese pronounciation), of course is hars core.
I like my women the way I like my coffee- starting with a W.
Decaf — The Flacid.
@coffeebot: It’s only racist if that can is longer than the other two.
Cafe Mocha — The Throbbing
Cafe Kosher — The Trim
Cafe Americano — something or other, the can is too small to read.
They also have coffees named after my girlfriends, the Rude, the Fat, and the Ugly.
After drinking the deep, I got black out and woke up with a creamy taste.
“Hard” now means simply black coffee? What a trio!
BigFatCat, Japanese do not pronounce coffee as “kore-hee”. It’s “koh-hee”.
However, is reverse blundering through interpretations of Japanese the opposite of Engrish? What would it be called? Hsirgne? Japagrish?Jagrish?Enganese?
They’re not in the right order.
i’ll take 12 inche-I mean, a grande
I’ll drink to that.
Rejected spaghetti western titles.
I want to be alone. So I’ll just have a fappacino.
Who can swallow those?
The Creamy, The Hard and The Deep. Soundtrack by Ennio Morricone.
Espresstuco: [shouting] Hey, Café! You know what you are? Just a creamy Black the Ha…
@peebee LOL! Fappachino : The young gentleman choice!