Coffee, please

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Coffee, please 
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"Coffee, please," says Tom, with his mouth full of muffin and kidney.
What do you want?" "One black coffee, please!" suresh@khaleejtimes.com
"I used to get emails saying, 'Would you mind getting me some coffee from the pantry, please?' Later they would say, 'Coffee, please?' These days, they just say, 'Coffee.' "
We should not say if this is coffee, please bring me some tea, and if this is tea, please bring me some coffee.
If this is coffee, please bring me some tea; but if this is tea, please bring me some coffee," Abraham Lincoln is supposed to have once said in a restaurant.
"A Grand Slam with over easy eggs-you know, runny yoke, orange juice, and coffee, please." said the lady smoking the cigarette.
"I'll have a bag of coffee, please!" It's a common request that we Nicaraguans have at the corner market each morning.
But all she heard was "Pass the syrup," "More coffee, please," and "Where are my eggs?"
"Latte, Americano, cappuccino, espresso?" Erm, just a normal coffee, please.
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