It’s a scene you would usually find in the latest rom-com featuring Ryan Gosling and/or Emma Stone.
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Your Prince Charming of the coffee world orders the same and you instantly decide to get married and elope off into the sunset.
Perhaps that scene escalates a little too quickly, but imagine someone actually coming over to you and saying ‘hey, I like that book too’ or just 'hey' in general, and starting an actual face to face conversation.
I’m not talking about a random grope and an “alright gorgeous” from that guy during a Students' Union club night (note here I do not think I am gorgeous but probably neither does he as he’s too drunk to properly see anyway).
I’m also not talking a cat-call from a white-van-man while you’re walking home, fetching your food shop or living life generally.And of course there are those that find it essential here to refer to how much they like to travel, or about how many schools they helped build on their gap-year.