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Jurassic Perk

Dinosaur skeletons, and java.
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The skeletons are made of suspended donut shapes, with coffee geysers gushing through the holes in perfect streamlined jets, never touching the various donut shapes. Amazing. Desserts at the bar include donut raptors with bloddy (chocolaty) goodness on their pastry claws and teeth.

Coffee geysers shoot in parabolic form creating a virtual Java cave in this crazy cafe. Thousands of donuts are arranged across the ceiling, with these parabolic coffee streams dashing through the many donut holes. From below, it's beautiful. Up close, it's almost dizzying.

daseva, Jul 15 2005

Speaking of skeletons and desert... http://www.theyreco...kinfest03/index.php
... this reminds me of Barbara Jo's immortal (but sadly, meltable) carcass cake out of jelly rolls and white chocolate. [jutta, Jul 18 2005]

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       bloddy?
DrCurry, Jul 16 2005
  

       Obloddy, obladda,
Life goes on, rah.
La la, how the life goes on.
bristolz, Jul 16 2005
  

       What? Why? How? Oh, hell, bun.
5th Earth, Jul 16 2005
  

       That kind of music will be played in this cafe, but mock singing of it will get you kicked out.
daseva, Jul 16 2005
  

       That would be a gift.
bristolz, Jul 16 2005
  

       to request a donut from the ceiling, sing comma comma down doobie doo down down...
dentworth, Jul 16 2005
  

       If that waiter doesn't hurry up with our coffee Gladys, we may very well become extinct.
benfrost, Jul 17 2005
  

       I just can't decide whether to go into arc-eology or become a cafelentologist.   

       [daseva], you make this a richer place. I like your ideas. :)
Pericles, Jul 18 2005
  

       So long as Richard Attenborough is there to greet me, waving his cane around in huge expansive gestures then [+].
DocBrown, Jul 18 2005
  

       //long as Richard Attenborough // Or brother David, in safari jacket and shorts.
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Jul 18 2005
  

       "Hello, I'm David Attenborough, and welcome to our special edition about the dinosaurs. And here come the Tyrranosaurous Re-AAAARRRRGGGGHHH!"   

       Not related, but I think it's funny.
froglet, Jul 18 2005
  

       Don't be ridiculous [froglet] - as if David Attenborough is going to perish in anything other than a reserved, dry, gentlemanly manner:

"As you can see, the enormous teeth of the Tyrannosaurus are brutally effective in shredding its prey. I am in terrible pain as it masticates. Dental hygiene was never a priority for Tyrannosaurus so in addition to being ripped asunder I'm also being blasted by a hot gale that smells like a poorly-maintained rendering plant. A fascinating experience."
DocBrown, Jul 18 2005
  

       Have you been to see "Charlie & The Chocolate Factory" by any chance [daseva]? Maybe they could have dwarfs dressed as the cast of "Friends" singing.....
Minimal, Jul 18 2005
  

       Heheh, excellent work, DocBrown.   

       "And so on, down into the intestine I pass, to boil in the acid of the Tyrannosaur's stomach. A bag the size of a family car, the stomach must be filled with the rougly 200 pounds of meet every day, to satisfy the lizard's need. And such a large appetite is reflected in the quantity and variety of sustenence that is corroded by the beast's stomach acid. Indeed, I speak, what remains of my skin is being eaten away, exposing flesh and ultimately, bone..."
calum, Jul 18 2005
  

       There's gotta be a Jurassic Pork idea. There just has to be.
theircompetitor, Jul 19 2005
  

       Would the work uniform consist of a cap and chinos?
moPuddin, Jul 20 2005
  

       Add a Recovering Addict's Coffee/Tar Pit and you've got a round winner. [+]
elhigh, Jul 22 2005
  

       Pun. And not an amazingly good one at that. Well written though.
hidden truths, Jul 22 2005
  
      
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