Filtering by: #customer_catchphrases
"I want that latte extra, extra hot. Much hotter than last time." -- *steams milk until it is fire*
"One of these days you'll remember my drink..." -- Pop quiz: what's my name?
"I don't want to give you my name because then you'll sign me up for a corporate mailing list. Does this tin-foil hat make me look crazy?"
I'm always like, "large skim cappuccino for Bridget!"
But Bridget is always like, "Umm, I actually wanted that cappuccino iced."
"I'm sorry, I'm going to be one of those terrible customers..." -- Or you could just, like, not do that.
"I know this isn't a Starbucks, but..." -- Oh boy, here we go.
"I'll be on the patio." -- Well, your panini will be on the counter.
"If you break this dollar I'll be able to give you a tip"
"I'm so bad ..." It's just whipped cream, not genocide.
If you use a french accent to order a croissant, I'm going to insist that you finish out the rest of the order that way.
"I'd like a coffee." - so would, literally, everyone else in line. So, let's speed up this process with a few specifics, eh?
My next coffee table book will be a collection of the various ways old white men pronounce "cafe au lait".