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  • I wouldn't want my fourteen-year-old drinking capuccino at school or anywhere else.

    Would you trust these people with your kid?

  • Now that our walk was over we felt at a bit of a loss for what to do, so we stopped for an overpriced capuccino and then made a concerted effort to find the tourist information office.

    Day 12 Lac Blanc to Lac Noir

  • They still have only meager equipment, Anthony uses his own Wacom at work, but they bought a 3k capuccino machine.

    Here we go again « Me, Myself and Other Things

  • Some of the same so-called liberals who worked themselves into a capuccino froth about Clinton's Monica lie shrug off the outing of Valerie Plame and the larger campaign to mislead the country into war in Iraq as no biggie even American troops and Iraqis continue to die and F16s continue to pound targets in the very country we occupy.

    Cries and Whimpers: James Wolcott

  • And this: "A woman walks into a Starbucks for a capuccino, and the barista says, 'Would you also like to buy something from our bakery and wash it down with a new Norah Jones CD?'"

    Paul Krassner: Confessions of a Barista

  • We gotz reglur cawfee, decafanimated cawfee, espresso shawts, lattays and capuccino.

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  • The economy is a weird thing Ms R, for example hundreds of Starbucks are closing here because people are no longer willing to shell out $5 for a capuccino.

    Vaginal tune up anyone?

  • Available lexicon only constrains what we can say very temporarily, if at all, before resourcefulness kicks in capuccino with your croissants, anyone?

    language thoughts

  • Routines have begun and one of mine is the morning capuccino at L'Altro Posto The Other Place cafe in the main boutique street.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Then, soon after the last ration book was ceremonially burned in 1954, capuccino bars selling "frothy coffee" sprang up from nowhere.

    The Battle of Britain's Palate

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