FOXES ( = きつね) stop at the coffee-shop to get their drink on.
I got a contract to enjoy a drink and smoke with my mouth every time I go to that cafe .
a coffee-shop. These are really popular because Japanese don't invite people over to their homes very often - they meet at the coffee-shop. This is fairly polite example to point to when a Japanese asks you, "Do foreigners really think we're a cold people?" BOOBOO: most Japanese don't say きっさてん。 they just say 喫茶、(きっさ)。
the act of smoking. You'll see this on signs a lot, meaning 'this is the smoking section.'
|喫||enjoy a drink and a smoke||MOUTH||口|
|御||the honorific "o"||GO||行|
I'm free TODAY, to enjoy a drink with my MOUTH.
I'm honorable so I'll share my WATER .
As for 御, it is easy because the left radical means GO in English, and it's pronounced GO!!!