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Pay With Kiss A Promotion Offered at Metro St James Cafe in Sydney

 Published: Tuesday, 4 Jun 2013 | 8:49 AM ET
By: Katherine Bindley, The Huffington Post
Referred to this blog by Rhonda Leader, whose coffee consumption is legendary. 


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At Metro St. James cafe in Sydney, Australia, patrons can now pay for their coffee with a kiss.
Coffee drinkers at a Sydney cafe can grab the nearest attractive and willing person, pucker up, and consider their bill paid, thanks to a new "Pay with a Kiss" promotion.

"We're bringing romance back! Take your partner to the café from 9-11am in June and surprise them with a kiss when you order your coffee. We're not accepting your money, just your kisses," reads a post on Metro St James' Facebook page.

The French-themed shop, which has been open for just three months, included a video featuring several couples earning their cups of coffee by way of their lips.

In the clip, a waiter warns one couple that he has to observe a "real kiss" for them to qualify for the promotion. He goes on to say that if they try to fake it he'll know because he's "kind of a specialist."


More than one Facebook user asked whether customers could arrive alone and just make out with the staff. 

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