Dark barrel latte

Beer in my coffee

I listened to an Abercrombie type describe a dark barrel latte to her friend, another likely Abercrombie girl — tall, impossibly thin, carefully dressed in stylish riding gear though I was sure the closest either of them was going to… Read More ›

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