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video How to make a really good chocolate espresso

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How to make a really good chocolate espresso (a.k.a Coffee Espresso Drink

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You really need to go buy a new sense of humour.

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You forgot to add Bailey's...

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Thank goodness I don't like expresso.

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LOL @ OVERFLOWING!

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LOL @ OVERFLOWING!

Thanks I was going to re record that, and the part where I slid the puddle with the chocolate container. But then I said **** it, good enough :)

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Meanwhile in another universe...

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23 :)

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Looks tasty :D

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You're doing it wrong.

First of all, it's called 'espresso'. There is no x in the word. ESPRESSO. Capisce?

Secondly, good espresso doesn't need anything added to it. Drink it black as $deity intended.

Thirdly, why the **** did I watch the video to begin with?

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You really need to go buy a new sense of humour.

...and check the trailer for formaldehyde :laugh:

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Next show should be how to make your own moonshine.

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You're doing it wrong.

First of all, it's called 'espresso'. There is no x in the word. ESPRESSO. Capisce?

You say tomotto, I say tomato ...

People in my area usually include an X. ;)

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You're doing it wrong.

First of all, it's called 'espresso'. There is no x in the word. ESPRESSO. Capisce?

Secondly, good espresso doesn't need anything added to it. Drink it black as $deity intended.

Thirdly, why the **** did I watch the video to begin with?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expresso

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In Italian it's called 'espresso'. I do not care for any Americanisations of the word. NO X.

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And here's how to make a delicious chocolate milk shake

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This video was very popular on #neowin (IRC). You, warwagon, should totally join us, we'd love to have you as a regular. :D

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In Italian it's called 'espresso'. I do not care for any Americanisations of the word. NO X.

Note however that both words are loan words, espresso being Italian, and expresso being Spanish, so some argue that either variant spelling is acceptable.....

not to mention, it doesnt matter, its correct either way, regardless of what you think. it depends where you live

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In Italian it's called 'espresso'. I do not care for any Americanisations of the word. NO X.

and expresso being Spanish,
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Espresso is an Italian invention, so only the Italian spelling is valid (imho).

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Squirty cream for the epic fail. That **** is rank! Froth up some milk if you want to, but not squirty cream!

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what does it say about someone who uses their own name in the title? Narcissistic a little?

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Well, searching in Google Images for "Expresso Menus" brings up images of menus with the spelling Espresso without the X

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Espresso is an Italian invention, so only the Italian spelling is valid (imho).

Why must you tease me!

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i was expecting some really rubbish joke at the end of it hahaha

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