If you read these two sentences at the start of a best seller you took out of the library, would you continue reading:
“He shoved a forkful of congealed eggs, grits, bacon, home fries and ketchup down his throat.”
“He rose too, towering over her, a great big blob of a man who could cause little children to run screaming away in fear just by … being.”
Ah! Coffee, how lovely this is,
Sweeter than a thousand kisses,
Mellower than muscatel.
Coffee, coffee, I crave it dearly,
And should someone wish to cheer me,
Take my cup and fill it well!
(BTW, I get nothing more if you buy the pack, so count this as a public service announcement.)
Here's a rendition of what I remember it looking like, using a "b," "h" and "e" from the font Bauhaus Bugler medium: