No. In fact, you did not get away with it. When you’re in public, in a bustling coffee house, someone will inevitably notice if you pick a booger and eat it. So, just … don’t. Or, at least go home; … Continue reading
Now, yes now, I am persuaded that the world is indeed coming to an end this week For I have just seen the first sign: a Starbucks without a single outlet for plugging in a computer. Oh, the humanity!
I’ve heard it said that you can tell how old a person is by how amazed they are by the cool things you can do with technology these days (i.e., anyone under, say, 25 generally takes it for granted). So, … Continue reading
Sitting in a Starbucks within site of the drink pickup area, it’s easy to understand why it is generally true that the older we get the heavier we get. As people wait for their beverage to show up, just watch … Continue reading
Every time I go to Starbucks, the cashier always asks, “How are you?” And I was having a great day, so I wanted to tell her, “Peachy, thanks.” But I was feeling sorry for all those fruits that never get … Continue reading
That’s odd… The guy in the Starbucks easy chair beside me this morning? Homeless, I suspect. Or possibly just socially inept, as he’s always unshaven … but doesn’t look like a film director. And he is often wearing the same … Continue reading
I don’t get it. Do I bring this out in people? Twice in one week, I mean, come on… Kind of ironic—and yes, it is, because this doesn’t happen to me normally—but less than a week after my last post … Continue reading