Friday, May 7, 2010

But at least I admit it ...

I'm an asshole.

Yes. It's true, and I have proof positive.


See? This is my Starbucks cup.

Grande half-caff dark cherry mocha. Non-fat. No foam. No whip. Three pumps mocha. Five pumps cherry.

I defy you to order something more complicated with a straight face.

And speaking of straight faces, I'm guest posting today at Rachael's blog, The Scientific Nature of the Whammy. She's having a baby any second now and is celebrating birthdaypalooza month to commemorating her new arrival and a bunch of other May birthdays in her world.

In her honor, I am recapping some of my favorite birthday dinner memories. So stop by and say hello.

9 comments:

Burgh Baby said...

I'm not sure that we can continue to be friends. o_O

McMama said...

That sounds delicious. Except the 1/2 caff part. Though I need to be weaning myself off caffeine in preparation for my surrogate pregnancy.

OK it's settled. I'm ordering that next time I go, in place of my usual nonfat-no whip tall dark cherry mocha.

Siobhan said...

You crack me up!

HalfAsstic.com said...

I am just wondering how people come up with their different favorites. The way to make anyone's specific coffee? How in God's name did you think up that particular mix? Just that process alone has me bumfuzzled. It makes me feel left out not to have my own special wacked out coffee order... Can you make one up for me? ;-)

Suzanne said...

Maybe that's why everyone actually drinks Starbucks? They put multiple pumps of things so that it doesn't taste burnt anymore!

Frenchgirlrn said...

That is a work of art!

Karen said...

So tell me about this drink. How many pumps of each flavor are normally in the dark cherry mocha? Are you upping considerably? And no foam? I didn't realize that was an option. I hate that stuff. Awesome.

Anglophile Football Fanatic said...

loves the dark cherry mocha - but it's way too many points. And, you got Frenchie to appear in print? You kickass.

MaryP said...

Ha! Totally with Suzanne. Exactly why I only drink tea when I'm at Starbucks. Bleah.

But that thing you're drinking? I don't mind that it's half caf. Decaf is, to my mind, just as real as full octane coffee. But all that other stuff? Janet, I'm not sure that drink even counts as coffee any more.

 
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