We’ve all heard our fair share of horror stories from the retail industry. Some of us have worked there, some of us have anecdotes from our experience to claim another experience. Whether we are exposed to the quarrels of retail customers, there is something in particular about the hospitality industry that is most disgusting, nuanced, and inviting to customers.
To be more specific, let’s take the cafe and restaurant chain. It is widely known how customers can be selected and sought. Nowhere is this clearer than in Starbucks. We know that Starbucks name-failure only reminds us of the many ways in which barista mispronounce our names – seriously, some names fail away from Ozzy, we wonder if it’s on purpose. it was done.
But there are equally insane orders that drive the barista to the wall as well.
Why I quit my job in today’s episode. pic.twitter.com/vKAtRKNRwe
– Josie (@ProjectJosiee) 2 May, 2021
Not your original Starbucks meme
Consider this: A man named Edward walks into a Starbucks on a normal day, and orders a huge, complex drink as follows. Twitter user @ProjectJosiee tweeted, posting a picture of a Starbucks order from a customer named Edward, “Why do I want to quit my job in today’s episode.”
He wanted it to be heavy cream, extra cream, extra ice, multiple pumps of many different ingredients, very distinctive joints of banana and caramel in different forms – double mixed with caramel crunch and caramel drizzle. As with human decency, Edward’s order was never the most disappointing – but it certainly fit in with a similar Starbucks meme.
The stakes are getting higher … and the orders are complicated
Some people at Twitterverse were surprised – and with good reason – how they would even fit in such a cup. The funniest is that any half-decent person can get their coffee order treated with an extra pump of caramel syrup in a ventilated latte. Or maybe, a dollop of whipped cream to cheer yourself up on a bad day. Or you know, if you are Leslie Knope.
But adaptation is both a blessing and a curse, as these orders are clearly visible. Who knew Starbucks orders might look like your bake shopping shopping list? Also, why would you want your coffee to come out of a child’s dream of drunkenness. The other baristas pitched with the most sinister orders he had ever served.
A barista reported that a strangely tall order of a Venti Green Tea Caramel Frampuccino arrives every other week. We even drizzle 12 bananas, 12 affogato shots, 12 pumped honey, extra cocoa powder, 12 extra frappuccino chips, extra pumpkin sauce, extra raspberry syrup, extra cinnamon and nutmeg powder, extra caramel and mocha, and no more There are pumpkin-flavored toppings so far.
Doing this for TikTok?
It was also quick to tell someone else that ordering fancy drinks is a new ticktalk trend. Content creators and ticktokers are ordering super-customized drinks, having fun with this exercise and encouraging their followers to do the same. Who doesn’t want that extra shot of caramel?
Even if this is the case, it is unforgivable to cast your barons through this terror. They avoid making such fancy, unnecessarily complex drinks. Put some strength into your coffee, even Jawjunky O.G. Gilmore Girls Knew better You never see Lorele in one of those Starbucks memes, do you? Talking so that. . .
Edward is a cautionary tale about what happens when U don’t have friends who will tell U when you fucking U https://t.co/ICV0RkQLlt
– High Relevance (@ EV6) 3 May, 2021
Now Edward has a Starbucks meme
Users were quick to dissect Edward’s personality based on his order and switch to another engine for the Starbucks meme. A user went on to explain “what happens to Edward U when you’re not the U who will tell U that UF # @! Ing suck” or “Edward is a 100 kind of guy!” With only positive people himself. Surrounds “. Big mistake
Another barista shared the most elaborate order he had served and we are yet to receive it.
That’s what i pick you up pic.twitter.com/07mhU0IyED
– Bucky Barnes Stan account (@victoriasarberr) 3 May, 2021
Our advice to all Starbucks customers: Do not treat your coffee orders as such. Yes, as a result Starbucks memes are fun, not worth it.