- People who order lattes and cappuccino's in pubs?
Should they be:
A) told that the big silver machine is there purely for effect, forcefully marched from the premises, and pointed in the direction of the myriad surrounding Costas and Starbucks?
B) taken outside and shot? Possibly ‘falling down the stairs (officer)” on the way?
If they also want to pay on a card, then it’s straight to option B, obviously. But are there ever mitigating factors which might place option A on the table as a viable warning not to do it again?Posted 4 years agoross980Member
tbf if I were nominated driver for the night I’d rather have a coffee than some carbonated syrupy shit.Posted 4 years ago
Having said that, I don’t think I’ve ever had a coffee in a pub when I’ve not been eating. Maybe next time – just to piss off the locals (I’ll make sure I pay with a card too) 😀 .jekkylMember
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and twits who order water or pop.
Well excuse me for having children.Posted 4 years ago
Nothing wrong with having a brew in a pub if that’s what you fancy, perhaps I’m on antibiotics or a recovering alcoholic and fancy spending some time with a friend or 2 who does want to drink. Pah!convertSubscriber
Latte in general, anywhere – don’t get it! Kind of posh mellow birds.
Cappuccino – a proper little one not a big voluminous pint of milk with a frothy top – that’s a 10am drink in the right sort of drinking establishment with a paper.
Of an evening, a hot drink kind of feels wrong but a mug (has to be a mug) of black coffee(filter or americano) is the least wrong.Posted 4 years agoCountZeroMember
Maybe if there were places where you could go to get a coffee late in the evening, perhaps, but seeing as how all those ‘myriad surrounding Costas and Starbucks’ shut after 7.00pm, a pub is the only other option should a person want a non-alcoholic drink that is fizzy ersatz fruit juice.Posted 4 years ago
Exactly this situation in Bath last Friday after a gig finished at around 10pm. Me and the mate I was with didn’t want a pint, we’d already had beer at the gig; we wanted to go get a coffee before heading home, but there’s nowhere in Bath, which is bloody stupid.
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