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Cue sad music.

I forgot to mention this, and Nicoal rightly thought it deserved its own entry.

The other day, I went to Les Schwab because my tire was low. I don't know if I mentioned that in here before. My right rear tire was almost flat, so I drove it to the truck shop at work and had someone put air in it so I could make it to Les Schwab OK, and then when I got there they took the tire off and looked for a leak and couldn't find it. They put the tire back on and sent me on my way, and I didn't have to pay them anything, which is awesome.

Then yesterday when Nicoal and I stopped at the Indian place by my house for some lunch, I walked around the back end of the car to go inside and noticed that my hubcap is gone! It could be in Philomath, or in Albany, or in Corvallis somewhere... so it's almost futile to go out looking for it. I've never lost a hubcap before. I'm sad! :(

Comments

clovecigarettes
Sep. 23rd, 2008 06:30 am (UTC)
Vanilla lattes are standard women. Caramel drinks are for white women with crop tops and a little belly chub. There is never enough caramel and they will always say, "it's not sweet enough, gimme more caramel," whilst tapping their acrylic nails on the counter and chewing their gum. Same thing with a caramel frappuccino, which Starbucks employees are required to call, "caramel frappuccino blended coffee."

Also, black people of both genders love caramel. And gay men, who also like white mochas. (Black men like white mochas, too.)

Black coffee is the cut to the chase, gimmie coffee, no frills. Black coffee drinkers are usually pretty cool. Plus, baristas like them because they are not picky.
rivulet
Sep. 23rd, 2008 01:26 pm (UTC)
I don't spend tons of time in Starbucks, but I've been able to witness two incidents where the customer didn't taste the caramel in their frappuccino (blended coffees) right away and thought there wasn't enough; and both times the baristas had to explain that the caramel is poured in on the top, so their straw hadn't hit it yet. Nobody's heard of stirring their own coffee, apparently.