Slang term used for a menu item with a non-english name. Favored by drones who want to order gourmet coffee without the hassle and brainwork of being mentally able to pronounce such complex foreign words as "dieci" or "latte".
Idiot: Huh... is that French, or is it Italian? Perhaps it's Fritalian. Ha!

Normal Person: The only thing dumber than not being able to pronounce 'mocha' is complaining about it and wanting it translated to English.
by Chernorizets Hrabr March 05, 2008
Slang term used for a menu item with a non-english name. Favored by normal people who want to order gourmet coffee without the pretentious mix of foreign words forced on consumers by Starbucks in order to justify their inflated prices, such as "venti" or "au lait".

Popularized in a 2008 Dunkin Donuts ad campaign.
Idiot: "Yeah, I'd like a venti mocha blanc cappucino au lait."

Normal Person: "Dude, what the f*** is that - fritalian? Just give me a large coffee with white chocolate and steamed milk."
by Coffee Drinker March 08, 2008

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