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why "sweet´n´lo"? Hi guys. I was watching this "Friends" tv show. And somebody says "sweet´n'lo" when ask for a coffee (de-caff). So, I understand the meaning. But, imagine that you are in a cefeteria and you ask for a coffee, then you are talking to your Friends and the waiter give you that coffee and you ask: sweet´n´lo?...Why would you say that? tHANKSSSSSSSS :D
May 10, 2016 11:35 AM
Answers · 4 The name "Sweet'n Low" derives from an 1863 song by Sir Joseph Barnby, which took both its title and lyrics from an Alfred Lord Tennyson poem, entitled The Princess: Sweet and Low.[2] To be clear, Sweet 'N Low is not coffee.
May 10, 2016
"Sweet 'N Low" is the name of an artificial sweetener.
May 10, 2016
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