LOUIS BURKE | Culture | CONTACT
Recent studies have found that there is a close to 100% chance that the curly haired youth with a white t-shirt tucked into a pair of skinny jeans wants to ask their barista for the cafe’s wifi password.
As Maxine Baker (23) began to make her way toward the counter of Wolf & Penny cafe in Betoota’s French Quarter, barista Lucy Sorenson decided to save time and yelled out the wifi password as Baker was halfway towards the counter.
“The password is wolfandpenny. All one word.”
While Baker is satisfied she can now browse Facebook while writing her debut novel, she is disappointed to learn she is the exact image of someone who would ask for the cafe’s wifi password.
“Is it my glasses? My haircut? Or the fact plugged in my laptop and brought a cushion from home to sit on?”
According to Baker, being known for requesting the wifi password isn’t such a big deal and she’d rather focus on writing her novel which she’s happy to talk about if you’re asking.
“It’s about a woman who has the power to make everyone fall in love with her, set in the 1920s…”
“It’s really happening right now”