Marlowe

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Marlowe goes up to the counter and begins ordering a coffee, but before he can finish he is stabbed to death. No one will ever know what he was going to order, but some say it would have been better than what Shakespeare ordered.

Oct 20 14:18 with 1,168 notes

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Neil Gaiman goes up to the counter and orders the Salted Caramel Mocha. While waiting for his order, Gaiman begins a conversation with an elderly woman sitting by the window. She weaves for him a long story, filled with old fears and familiar monsters. The protagonist seems more and more…

Oct 20 12:32 with 3,784 notes

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Tolstoy stumbles up to the counter, clutching a ragged, grey blanket around his shoulders. β€œIs it cold in here?” he stammers. β€œI feel like it’s cold in here.” The barista, too, is shivering. He offers Tolstoy a small cup of hot coffee. Snow drifts into the shop from the street. The barista…

Oct 20 12:26 with 495 notes
Thompson

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Hunter S. Thompson goes up to the counter and orders a small, dark-roast coffee. He dissolves a little something extra in itβ€” and you can read all about his trip in his soon-to-be published travelogue.

Oct 20 9:13 with 217 notes
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