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Coffee in Italy

The birth of Italian coffee culture Surprisingly, coffee did not immediately become popular in Italy. It was first brought to Venice from Istanbul in the 16th century and received an extremely negative response from the church. It was considered a devilish invention for several reasons. The priests were confused by the origin of the drink from Muslim countries, as well as the powerful stimulating effect that it has on the human body. All of this was seen as evidence of Satan’s tricks. Only after Pope Clement VIII tried and approved the magic drink, coffee in Italy began to gain incredible popularity. In 1640, the first coffee shop was opened in Venice (now it is called Florian), and by 1768 there were already 218. For comparison, in England the first such establishment appeared in 1652, and in Vienna only in 1683 …

 

The Celebrity Instagram Account That All Tea Lovers Must Follow

It’s hard to explain, but in order to sleep at night, I need to believe that Adam Sandler is a nice person. He just has to be. Surely the man who gave us the Hanukkah song and Billy Madison and The Wedding Singer, not to mention his more highbrow turns in Punch Drunk Love, Uncut Gems and The Meyerowitz Stories, is a cut above his fellow Hollywood multimillionaires. Surely a man known for playing lovable losers and wearing basketball shorts to premieres sees through the bullshit.

 

Get Watermelon Sugar High Like Harry Styles With This Non-alcoholic Slushie

Tastes like strawberries on a summer evenin’
And it sounds just like a song…

 

Snoop Dogg Enlists Martha Stewart To Promote ’19 Crimes’ Wine, And The Irony Is Fabulous

Snoop Dogg posed for a photo alongside Martha Stewart to promote a wine brand that Snoop recently partnered with. In a hysterically ironic social media post, Snoop Dogg posed for a photo alongside

 
 

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