The simplest way to ask friends for coffee

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Christian PuricelliMaker@cpuricelli · Founder,
Hey, thank you for posting! I made COFFEE?! after seeing BEER?! (, but as I don't drink beer I wanted one for coffee ;) Feel free to ask me anything or let me know your favourite usecase you would use this for!
Derek ShanahanPro@dshan · Three Hex, Cloud Unicorn
@cpuricelli Did you build from scratch or use a clone? Coffee's a great 'Yo' use case.
Christian PuricelliMaker@cpuricelli · Founder,
@dshan scratch
Christian PuricelliMaker@cpuricelli · Founder,
@cpuricelli I friend just told me an interesting use cause: send your intern COFFEE?! when you want that he brings you coffee :D
Nate DesmondHunter@natedesmond · YouTube Quant Marketing Analyst
It's Yo for coffee.
Sam Madden@sammaddenr · Customer Analytics @ InsightSquared
Is the link broken for anyone else, or just me.
Dan Wong@danoreowong · Product, UrbanMassage
@sammaddenr I get a forbidden access error :(
Erik TorenbergHiring@eriktorenberg · Former Product Hunt
What about a Yo for deep conversations? Someone is undoubtedly going make a Yo for Sex. That'll be weird, scary - and interesting, especially since what makes Yo unique is "context".
Christian PuricelliMaker@cpuricelli · Founder,
@eriktorenberg I was thinking about a yo for sex, but I doubt it will pass Apple approval :) Actually in certain nations asking a girl for coffee actually means that...
Julie Delanoy@syswarren · Design at Product Hunt
@cpuricelli @eriktorenberg Let's just call this Yo for sex "Wink" and let people think what they want ;) ;) ;)
Daniel Burke@d2burke · iOS Engineer, Handshake, SF
To echo @dshan, this is probably the best use-case for the "Yo" concept that I've seen. I can't tell you how many days a week I get the text/Hangouts/FB Message: "Coffee?". This is def one that I'll use often.