- n. a social gathering, especially over coffee
- From German Klatsch ("gossip"). (Wiktionary)
“Farah and his kaffee klatsch at WND have really been of no help to the little dears.”
“Within a week of his FBI coffee klatsch, Mr. Motey had traveled to New York to meet with prosecutors and FBI agents, according to court transcripts.”
“If I have coffee with the Kirtsy ladies or the MOMocrats it's a "coffee-klatsch," but espresso with Rick Sanchez about being one of the first bloggers on his now influential Twitter List would grab more of your attention?”
“B, they made so much noise at a late night kaffee klatsch, the police were called by neighbors?”
“The design, meantime, makes this a volume both glossily compelling and hard-wearing — a handsome coffee-table tome that will present nicely at your next humanitarian klatsch.”
“Like a koffee klatsch ... you get to hang out in a small group discussion with Neil Gaiman, but you're all on exercise bikes!”
“I get the impression that it is not the type of place for a kaffee-klatsch that others have described here, nor a good place to find fresh fruit and vegetables.”
“Brought to you by the weekly Friday Flashback coffee klatsch.”
“What a great post and I just love the Friday coffee klatsch topics/concept.”
“Paul Kiel provides a comprehensive report on Julie Doolittle, wife of Representative John Doolittle (R-CA) and the latest star of “the Wives Club,” or as Paul describes them, “the klatsch of wives who picked up checks for their powerful lobbyist and lawmaker husbands so they never appeared to be holding the bag.””
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