Kiraz, from Wikipedia: Edmond Kiraz, born Kirazian (25 August 1923 – 11 August 2020) was an Egyptian-born French-Armenian cartoonist and illustrator.Born in Cairo of Armenian descent, Kiraz began his career as a political cartoonist at 17, without artistic training, in Egypt, before emigrating to post-World War II Paris. In 1950 he created the comic strip Line. In 1959, while he was working for the French magazine Jours de France, his boss, Marcel Dassault, had him move from politics to humor. As time passed, Kiraz developed a distinctive and humorous pictorial style of representing women that he called Les Parisiennes: very thin, with long legs, small breasts, and a pouty face. His cartoons are often not only humorous but slightly naughty or erotic, and since 1970 he contributed regularly to Playboy magazine.
“Barista” is a gender-neutral English word, borrowed from Italian where it is apparently masculine for barman/bartender.
I’m looking into it.
So, a smoothie, more or less.
When life gives you lemmings….
It wasn’t Moses’ fault, actually.
I’ve always wondered why Glade® doesn’t have a ‘coffee’ fragrance air freshener.
A lot depends on who’s doing the laughing.
I thought it was two vacations a year – she goes in July, he goes in September.
Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they aren’t out to get you.