Advert

Latest

Father And Son Are Turning Disused Plastic Bottles Into Sunglasses
published atin an hour
Advert
Advert

Most Popular

Advert
News

Café Enjoys Surge After Partners Spot Suspicious Name On Receipts

Café Enjoys Surge After Partners Spot Suspicious Name On Receipts

With the plethora of cafés and eateries on almost every high street, it can be hard for a company to stand out from the crowd.

One business, however, has manged to do just that, with its naughty-sounding name leading to an upsurge in custom.

Advert

The boss from the Tea's Me Café in Lockwood, Huddersfield, has revealed that the eatery has witnessed a rise in the number of couples dropping by at weekends.

But it's not for a romantic brunch date - it's all down to the cafe's name showing up on male customers' bank statements, which has led to a few tough questions.

Explaining the bizarre story, a spokesperson for Tea's Me said the level of banter had been at an all-time high.

Credit: Reach
Credit: Reach

They said: "Our name comes up as 'Teas Me' on debit cards, so men have had to bring in their partners to prove to them we are a café.

Advert

"We came up with the name after sitting down and having a think. We were going to go for 'Baps to the Future'.

"We've had a few people in who said their partner thought they had been on a dodgy website or something.

More Like This

1 of 6
Britain's Got Talent Magician Blows Audience Members Away After Turning Back Time On Their Phones
Entertainment

Britain's Got Talent Magician Blows Audience Members Away After Turning Back Time On Their Phones

"The men have been bringing in their partners on a Saturday morning to see it's just a café. We've had a lot of good banter."

Credit: Reach
Credit: Reach

The owner, who asked not to be named, recently put the café up for sale for £40,000 ($52,000).

He said: "It got that busy that we were struggling for staff. But I am not in a rush to sell it."

But it's not the only coffee shop that has been causing a bit of a stir of late. A café in Poole, UK, decided it had had enough of the silly names given to hot beverages and came up with its 'no nonsense' drinks menu.

The blackboard shows a list of typical hot drinks options with a cross put through them and a simplified translation written up in its place.

The 'no nonsense coffee guide' that was shared on Reddit. Credit: Reddit/Av2LeaveAspace
The 'no nonsense coffee guide' that was shared on Reddit. Credit: Reddit/Av2LeaveAspace

The translations are as follows: Americano = black coffee, Flat white = white coffee, Cappuccino = frothy coffee, Latte = milky coffee, Mocha = choccy coffee, Tea = not coffee, Hot chocolate = also not coffee.

A photo of the blackboard was shared on Reddit where it sparked an all-too-heated debate.

One person said: "Mate I'd be fuming if I asked for a flat white and they gave me a white Americano."

Featured Image Credit: Reach

Topics: uk news, Entertainment, Funny, Interesting, Cafe

Dominic Smithers

Dominic graduated from the University of Leeds with a degree in French and History. Like you, Dom has often questioned how much use a second language has been. Well, after stints working at the Manchester Evening News, the Accrington Observer and the Macclesfield Express, along with never setting foot in France, he realised the answer is surprisingly little. But I guess, c'est la vie. Contact us at [email protected]