Shouldn't he be drinking the coffee, not eat the coffee? An uống cà phê?
Maybe, they are talking about coffee beans :p An eats the coffee beans.
Ewww I don't like eating coffee. Unless it's coffee jelly xD
Have you never tried Chocolate covered coffee beans? Yum! :-)
Edit: Seriously, You can get them at Haigh's I highly recommend at least trying them. :-)
I second the recommendation. :-)
They're all in the city :/
You could probably also find them at a more local chocolate store, if you can find one. Haigh's isn't the only place I've found them.
They're full of caffeine :P And I'll start getting addicted xD
An eats the coffee? This phrase is meaningless in English. Unless the person has the name 'An' and is eating coffee beans (or granules) as hqpbn suggests. A most unusual method of getting one's daily caffeine fix indeed.
Believe it or not at one stage I actually used to keep a packet of chocolate coated coffee beans in my desk drawer at work for exactly that purpose. :-)
I prefer to get that high in the evenings via one or two glasses of a certain amber coloured beverage :)
An is a common name in Viet
yes, it is quite popular and it is easy to pronounce for foreigner. Some other Vietnamese names may be very difficult to say :).
If it were coffee beans, shouldn't it just be obvious and say "An eats the coffee beans"? Lol.
I think coffee can't drink :'(
i think use "drinks" than "eats"