Thursday, January 20, 2011

Quality problems.



HERE.

I didn't even realize bad coffee was causing problems in Paris. Who knew? Glad the NTY is on it.

8 comments:

Karena said...
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Anonymous said...

Seriously?

Anonymous said...

NTY ? I found your typo one of the funniest parts (don't remove it!)

EFT Therapy said...

Is coffee in Paris that bad? I doubt it!

leni said...

you're awesome and always find a way to make my day. thank you.

Kevin said...

Whatever. This is like complaining that American traffic jams are better.

Lynn said...

It's true - Italy is known for coffee, France for zillions of other things, but not so much coffee. I was surprised to learn that the "cafe au lait" that Americans picture French people drinking out of a bowl is not ordered in restaurants - instead, you order a cafe creme. But either way, it's a dead giveaway you're not from there, because French people only seem to drink espresso, without milk or sugar. And they don't drink it with food, usually only afterward. Read David Lebovitz's book or blog and you'll get an earful on the coffee situation in Paris. I say drink champagne instead ;)

Abbey said...

I just caught on to the fact that you're back! So glad. I'd missed you!