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Monday, May 11
Generation Coffee


We are the Starbucks generation.

Yup, the youth of today, the hope of the motherland, the future of the modern world serves one master – coffee.

Starbucks, with its oh-so-comfortable couches, snazzy jazz music and rich coffee-ish aroma, has changed the world as we know it. Look around you. It is not uncommon to see a young executive balancing a cell phone, four stacks of paperwork and a briefcase in one arm. His papers are falling, but he will never let go of the cup of Starbucks coffee held so delicately in his other hand. Look at a normal teen – he claims that he never gets enough allowance from his parents, yet he is Starbucks’ most beloved “suki.” In one sneaky way or another, the tiny little coffee bean has managed to infiltrate the nooks and crannies of the so – called Generation X, wiring our brains and uniting us in one glorious caffeinehood.

And so, the Starbucks generation, the youth of today, empowered by its secret weapon – the amazing coffee bean, is the world’s most interesting group of people. We have the ability to stay awake until the wee hours of the morning, studying (yeah right), partying, doing heaven-knows-what. And we have the uncanny tendency to sleep in the next day, handicapped by a headache that only coffee can bring. Wired by caffeine’s promised antioxidants, our generation claims to have anti-aging properties – we have the fairest skin, the brightest eyes, and the most energy. We will never look old. And never look old we will, because we will die young from cancer, stroke, and heart disease. But hey, at least we’ll look good in the coffin – as long as our coffee-stained yellowish teeth aren’t showing, that is.

We are the Starbucks generation – the world’s most diverse, most active, most good-looking, most high-strung group of people. Enjoy our company while you can, because truth be told, thanks to our bestfriend the coffee bean – we’re probably not gonna live long.