“What part of "no foam" do they not understand?”
You ordered a latte at a coffee shop but asked for no foam on it. The barista gave you a latte with foam. You're annoyed, so you're complaining to your friend.
What part of "no foam" do they not understand?
Want Video and Sound? Follow us on YouTube
Use this phrase when:
- you tell a person to do something
- they don't do it
- you're annoyed with them
Here's another example:
A: Can I borrow your car?
A: Aw, come on! Please?
B: What part of "no" do you not understand?
"Foam" means a lot of little bubbles that stick together. You might see foam in places like:
- in a bubble bath
- in the ocean
- at the top of a glass of beer
Some coffee drinks have foam in them. If you don't want that, you can say "no foam":
Can I get a small latte, no foam?