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    K, sounds exotic, I'll include it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzcrossed View Post
    What's a beignet Star?
    It's a type of fried dough. It's similar to those things you get in Mexican restaurants that are served with honey, only these are smaller and sprinkled with powdered sugar. They're always served right out of the fryer. Perfect with coffee.
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    Yum!

    I'll do it! I think everyone else calls that fry-bread; on the west coast, we call those Cinnabons...either way, I'll do it! It's in the menu now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by avolkiteshvara View Post
    We had a pretty long thread about hipsters over at the other forum.


    Although I don't think you can classify everyone that dresses differently as a hipster. When I think hipster, I think of generic replication of style among the masses.

    And tight pants. FUCK tight skinny pants. God damn those piss me off.
    All that told me is that INTPs think they are really funny, but are not; half of the posters in the thread probably would be called hipsters, but have to make fun so as not to be called out; and the other half are jealous that they're just fat D&D nerds.


    Quote Originally Posted by Star W View Post
    It's a type of fried dough. It's similar to those things you get in Mexican restaurants that are served with honey, only these are smaller and sprinkled with powdered sugar. They're always served right out of the fryer. Perfect with coffee.
    That sounds like sopapillas. Those are served in the southwest, not really Mexican food. They are AWESOME. I'd die for a sopapilla right now, with honey, mmmm
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    Comfy earth-toned or pastel colored chairs and sofas
    Classical music
    Abstract art on the wall
    Sufficient power outlets and wifi
    'Ethical' awareness (fairtrade coffee, recycled paper, etc.) is a big plus, too

    But most importantly, it has to be quiet and uncrowded

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    I like it 21! Tell me, do you mind quiet, and with a lot of people, but still spacey?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzcrossed View Post
    I like it 21! Tell me, do you mind quiet, and with a lot of people, but still spacey?
    Space is always good! I think I won't mind people so much as long as they're way out of my personal space, and especially if the tables are set in such a way that I won't have to look straight at other people all the time.

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    Huh. That's a good point. We specifically set up tables in a large group I'm a part of to avoid confrontational seating. Fascinating. I'll have to figure out (aside from triangular tables) how to work that out.
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    I've got friends that have suggested discounts (for students/professors/cops/fighterfighters, etc...).

    They also mentioned that it has to be on the right side of the street...preferably on the side with the most morning traffic.

    Any more thoughts?
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    Different sized rooms help with noise levels I think. Although part of the reason I go to coffee shops is for the gentle hum of voices. Oh and clean bathrooms that are not next to impossible to find. One note on chairs and couches: I find that if they are too soft/old/deep they can be difficult to get out of or shift around in while balancing a hot cup of coffee (because you've sunk to far to reach the table). I feel a bit like I'm being eaten by the couch and can't escape it's clutches.

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