I like how Raspberry Pink seems to be the description of the color of the alleged lemonade - as in "well, yeah, it's a shade of pink, comparable to raspberries, I suppose, but what IS it?! And where was it made?!"San Francisco is full of "totally necessary" quotation marks.
Well, it's raspberry and it's pink. That's about all we know.I'm actually going to San Francisco for the 1st time for spring break. I'll have t be on the lookout!
Between the color and the UQMs, I am very suspicious of that "lemonade".
"House Made"?? they were so close.and it sort of looks like there was a word that was whited-out under "Lemonade". so i guess they're not sure what it is either.
$2.75 for house-made pseudo lemonade?!!! Somebody's laughing all the way to the bank! Maybe they're taking a loss on the yogurt.
better be hard lemonade for that price.
Well if it's raspberry I suppose it isn't quite "lemonade" - to be honest I prefer this to generically adding -ade to the end of whatever the hell fruit is in it. Mmm, kumquatade!As for "Homemade" though... there is no excuse.
true, but raspberryaid doesn't exactly roll of the tounge. and it's nearly impossible to read.
Maybe by "lemonade" they mean the citric acid and high fructose corn syrup concoction you get from vending machines, with a little bit of raspberry flavor and red food dye.
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