A week ago hubby mentioned to me that his soldiers in their company were telling him about this certain espresso stand in Lakewood. One of his soldier said that it is not a place for married guy to go and buy espresso or coffee. He asked him why? He said that the ladies that works there were wearing almost nothing.
When hubby came home he told me about what his soldiers told him. I asked him if he want to see it for himself. He said no and for what. I told him maybe you got intrigued about it. I am not a jealous type and as long as he is not doing anything I will not nag. He said nah he is not interested. This afternoon we went to the college to drop a form to one of the ladies at the enrollment center for my CAA application. From there we went to Old Navy and bought couple of things for our DD.
When we were on our way home we decided to eat or buy food and groceries at the Filipino store in Lakewood. The espresso stand that his soldiers were talking about is just in front of the Filipino store and its name is Bikini Bottoms Espresso. I told hubby to pass by there and get latte. I got intrigued too. I even teased hubby that he really wanted to see what the other soldiers were talking about and he just smiled. True enough the line there was kinda long. There were 8 cars total including us and the other espresso stand from two blocks behind don't have customer.
The young lady that was there was wearing a bunny outfit baring almost everything and to think it's very cold outside. I say it is not a decent outfit. It doesn't pass for an outfit even but an underwear. I don't condone it but it's their marketing strategy so to speak. They attract customers and mostly men based on the cars that were ahead and behind us. In fairness, their hazel nut latte that I got is pretty good :-) It is sad but it is the second espresso stand I see that goes for that kind of strategy.
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