So I went to the filling station this morning to get a cup of coffee. I do this a couple of times a week. They rotate flavors through but I almost always get hazelnut. For the last month or so though, there has been a wee sign on the hazelnut carafe that says try 'French Toast Muffin' . I did and I LOVE it. It's very unique- way different than my normal hazelnut. Sweet somehow. You can really taste the maple overtones. It quickly became my new favorite. Today when I bought some, I used the last of the carafe so the following conversation with the Filling Station Lady ensued:
ME: I just maxed out your French Toast Muffin coffee.
ME: I just used the last of the French Toast Muffin coffee.
FSL: (blank look)
ME: I just took the last cup of French Toast Muffin coffee (pointing to the carafe).
FSL: Oh! You mean hazelnut!
ME: (patiently) No, it's in the hazelnut carafe, but it says French Toast Muffin.
FLS: No, the coffee is hazelnut, the sign is just to get you to try one of our new French Toast Muffins.
ME: (Stunned silence)
That's right, People. I had been drinking my same old hazelnut for a month now thinking it was something brand new and exciting. There's a lesson in there somewhere but I don't have time to learn it. I have to figure out a way to invent my beloved, though imaginary, French Toast Muffin coffee!