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ghetto-latte

ghetto-latte
 n.— «The “ghetto-latte” is ordering any size Iced Americano, with no water and half ice (This lady’s drink is an Iced Venti, no water, half ice, Americano). She then takes the drink and goes to the condiments bar and adds her own half and half.» —“A reader asks: Is it fair for a customer to order a ‘ghetto-latte’?” Starbucks Gossip Sept. 6, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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