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11/08/2018

Barista: How do you take your coffee?

Me: Very, very seriously.

 

Q: Why are Italians so good at making coffee?
A: Because they know how to espresso themselves

 

A man talks to his psychiatrist and says: “Doctor, I get a stabbing pain in my right eye, every time I drink my coffee.” The doctor replies: “Well, have you tried taking the spoon out before drinking?”

 

A guy walks into a coffee shop and asks the waitress: “How much is the coffee?” “Five dollars” answers the waitress. “How about a refill, how much is it” the man asks. “The refill is free, “says the waitress. “Then I’ll take two refills!” the guy replies.



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