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Today, I emailed the guy I like to ask him on a coffee date. He responded, declining by telling me he never drinks coffee. We met at Starbucks. FML

By nononame - / Tuesday 10 March 2009 04:20 / United States
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By  Mattyknows  |  0

Starbucks don't just sell coffee! Besides; asking via e-mail . . . At least a phone call? That's just me anyway. I don't think it's a FYL but not quite a YDI either . . .

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By  Mattyknows  |  0

Starbucks don't just sell coffee! Besides; asking via e-mail . . . At least a phone call? That's just me anyway. I don't think it's a FYL but not quite a YDI either . . .

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  kyliebear  |  15

I think the term "coffee date" is just used to mean "go out for drinks" or "go to a cafe"..I could be wrong but yeah, it's a more modern way of asking people out.

By  KT33  |  0

I think that you guys are kind of missing the point...When she asked him on a coffee date, she wasn't saying that he had to drink coffee, she was basically saying, "Hey we should go to Starbucks." And he said no, either because he doesn't want to go with her, or because he doesn't remember that he met her at Starbucks.

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  Origami86  |  4

When a guy drops the girl at her place after a date and the girl asks "do you want to come up for coffee?". OBVIOUSLY it's not for coffee. It's so the guy can gigoogity her gishmoigen. does it make more sense now ?

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