At the coffee bar, around the little round shelf where the barista puts your finished beverage. The cafe was quite crowded, so it was noisy and there were quite a few people waiting.
--Латтэ для **аши! Latte for **asha!
No one had heard the barista very well; the first part of the person's name was muffled. All the people eager for their caffeine fix eagerly swooped in to claim the cup, asking if it was theirs.
--Для Маши? For Masha?
----Для Паши? For Pasha?
--Для Саши? For Sasha?
--Нет! Для Даши! No! For Dasha!
The funny thing is that no one else thought this was funny! Luckily I contained my laughter. To them it's completely normal that 50% (it seems) of Russians have a name that ends in --asha. The actual names for Masha, Pasha, Sasha and Dasha are Mariya, Pavel, Alexander/Alexandra and Darya, but everyone tends to be called by the shorter diminutives used above.