TOSSPOTS with ironic T-shirts and trendy gadgets have lost yet another place to piss people off after the collapse of Coffee Republic.
The company, which offered 'cutting-edge caffeine solutions for self-employed trustafarians', went into administration yesterday leaving thousands of thirty-something teenagers Bluetoothing La Roux songs to each other in car parks.
Julian Cook, a 32-year-old bastard from Camden, said: "I'll soon be forced to sit on park benches with a flask of Maxwell House and angle my laptop in just the right way so that people can see what I'm doing."
The company went under despite a spring poster campaign designed to consolidate its market leading position as the espresso facilitator for dicks.
One advert saw Jude Law licking his Blackberry and holding a Venti Tosserrtino with a kiwi fruit twist, while another featured Lady Gaga listening to an iPhone while douching herself with a Grande Iced Mochatwattish.
Martin Bishop, from Madeley Finnegan, said: "The name 'Coffee Republic' made it sound like a groovy co-operative run along trendy socialist principles, instead of an all too willing participant in the free market which has now closed it down."
Coffee Republic is the latest toss-pit to fold after a year which has decimated the metropolitan DJ boutique scene and closed down dozens of badly-lit bars specialising in Cambodian cheese beer.
Tom Booker, a former bank manager from London, said: "I've lost my job, my home and all my savings, but if that means the pavements aren't littered with the brand of twat you see in Skins then it's got to be worth it."