Frost

literarystarbucks:

Robert Frost goes up to the counter and orders a tall pumpkin spice latte. He takes one sip, but he drops it on the floor almost instantly. “Nothing gold can say,” he says sadly, and walks away into the fall evening.

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Poe

literarystarbucks:

Edgar Allan Poe goes up to the counter and orders a coffee. For the next two hundred years, everyone argues over exactly what it is he ordered; they can’t agree, all they know for sure was that he definitely ordered something.

Shakespeare

literarystarbucks:

Shakespeare goes up to the counter and orders a large cappucino with cinnamon. “Sir, we don’t have larges here. We have ventis,” says the barista. Shakespeare stares at him. “What’s in a name?” he asks.


“We’re incredibly adolescent on the set. I spent 20 minutes on three different occasions, hiding in Luke’s trailer, just waiting to scare him. That’s not even adolescent… it’s infantile. We also enjoyed making prank calls. I spent half an hour on the phone to Clarks [shoe shop] pretending to be a man who couldn’t get his shoe off.”
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“We’re incredibly adolescent on the set. I spent 20 minutes on three different occasions, hiding in Luke’s trailer, just waiting to scare him. That’s not even adolescent… it’s infantile. We also enjoyed making prank calls. I spent half an hour on the phone to Clarks [shoe shop] pretending to be a man who couldn’t get his shoe off.”
Zoom Info

“We’re incredibly adolescent on the set. I spent 20 minutes on three different occasions, hiding in Luke’s trailer, just waiting to scare him. That’s not even adolescent… it’s infantile. We also enjoyed making prank calls. I spent half an hour on the phone to Clarks [shoe shop] pretending to be a man who couldn’t get his shoe off.”
Zoom Info

“We’re incredibly adolescent on the set. I spent 20 minutes on three different occasions, hiding in Luke’s trailer, just waiting to scare him. That’s not even adolescent… it’s infantile. We also enjoyed making prank calls. I spent half an hour on the phone to Clarks [shoe shop] pretending to be a man who couldn’t get his shoe off.”
Zoom Info

“We’re incredibly adolescent on the set. I spent 20 minutes on three different occasions, hiding in Luke’s trailer, just waiting to scare him. That’s not even adolescent… it’s infantile. We also enjoyed making prank calls. I spent half an hour on the phone to Clarks [shoe shop] pretending to be a man who couldn’t get his shoe off.”
Zoom Info

“We’re incredibly adolescent on the set. I spent 20 minutes on three different occasions, hiding in Luke’s trailer, just waiting to scare him. That’s not even adolescent… it’s infantile. We also enjoyed making prank calls. I spent half an hour on the phone to Clarks [shoe shop] pretending to be a man who couldn’t get his shoe off.”
Zoom Info

“We’re incredibly adolescent on the set. I spent 20 minutes on three different occasions, hiding in Luke’s trailer, just waiting to scare him. That’s not even adolescent… it’s infantile. We also enjoyed making prank calls. I spent half an hour on the phone to Clarks [shoe shop] pretending to be a man who couldn’t get his shoe off.”
Zoom Info

“We’re incredibly adolescent on the set. I spent 20 minutes on three different occasions, hiding in Luke’s trailer, just waiting to scare him. That’s not even adolescent… it’s infantile. We also enjoyed making prank calls. I spent half an hour on the phone to Clarks [shoe shop] pretending to be a man who couldn’t get his shoe off.”
Zoom Info

“We’re incredibly adolescent on the set. I spent 20 minutes on three different occasions, hiding in Luke’s trailer, just waiting to scare him. That’s not even adolescent… it’s infantile. We also enjoyed making prank calls. I spent half an hour on the phone to Clarks [shoe shop] pretending to be a man who couldn’t get his shoe off.”