Baristas sharing some of the craziest orders they have received while working at Starbucks after seeing an insane order placed by a customer named Edward. The customer, Edward, ordered for an extravagant Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccino.
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there are people who have very, very, VERY specific orders at Starbucks. And on Monday, we learned from a barista whose Twitter name is @ProjectJosiee about “Edward,” (that name was trending most of Monday) a customer whose order is super-duper long and complicated, basically a barista’s nightmare.
But it led to many responses from fellow baristas about similarly long and complex orders, which we’ll share below the tweet that got a thousands of responses.
The tweet made by Barista, showing Edward’s order at Starbucks, has recieved over a quarter million likes, eight thousand comments and 43 thousand retweets (re-shared by other Twitter users).
One person reacted to this order saying “This has to be for a dog. The alternative is too upsetting.”
“I’m going to get yelled at for this by some but I just think it’s so selfish to order insane drinks like this at a Starbucks and it’s become so prevalent especially due to TikTok. I don’t care if you’re paying for it, it’s still selfish,” another person said over the picture of Edward’s order at Starbucks.
One barista shared their order and said “yesterday was my last day with a s*ren, hope you make it out soon.”
One person reacted to this order saying “This has to be for a dog. The alternative is too upsetting.” Another user wrote “For the love of god would coffee drinkers just learn what the different drinks are?! I promise it’s not hard.”
The word barista comes from Italian, where it means a male or female “bartender” who typically works behind a counter, serving hot drinks (such as espresso), cold alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, and snacks. Baristas in this post mean those people serving at Starbucks.