Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Tranquilizer Coffee

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When visiting your favorite coffee bar, you have one of these after every few regular coffees. It doesn't actually counteract the caffeine---that would defeat the purpose of drinking coffee in the first place---but it does slow you down enough so that you can pay for subsequent coffees without scattering your change all over the floor.
Ander, Sep 09 2000


       What, like a Prozacachinno?
Alcin, Sep 09 2000

       Or a Zoloft Latte.   

       How about a Wellbrutinspresso (aka Zybanspresso) for those who usually have a cigarette with their coffee but are seriously trying to quit?   

       (Don't knock it, egnor- tranqs and antidepressants can have similar effects.)
BigThor, Sep 12 2000, last modified Sep 16 2000

       Tranquilizers and antidepressants are different things...
egnor, Sep 12 2000

       Then why not go natural - a valerian and chamomile latte may just do the trick - the only drawback would be a yellowish tint to the milk (yuck)
lotoole, Sep 12 2000

       One Grande Kahluude comin' right up
thumbwax, Sep 12 2000

       From the movie 'L.A. Story'   

       "I'll have a half double decaffeinated half-caf, with a twist of lemon."   

       I just lifted this quote from imdb.com....Not sure if this is accurate or not, but it was something like that.
blahginger, Sep 12 2000

       Two Sanka Lattes, please. Tip of the Day: Ask for a Sanka Latte and watch the utterly befuddled expression, beligerence, arrogance and confusion in no certain order. I've done it on my annual Coffee At A Price visit for years. Remember to duck, that stuff's hot.
thumbwax, Sep 13 2000

       Decaf coffee is like chat-room sex. Or maybe it's the other way around. (At any rate, I can't understand how those people can type well enough with one hand to keep a conversation going.)
Ander, Oct 13 2000

       Presumably they put the coffee down when they type.
bookworm, Oct 14 2000

       You could call the product Slow Joe.
Vance, Feb 05 2001


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