You don’t actually know what a macchiato is. You’ve definitely gone to a mom and pop’ coffee shop and been rudely surprised when you got essentially a shot of espresso, am I right?
21. Friends don’t let friends walk around with smudged eyebrows.
Just because I am a “white girl” does not make me any less of a person at all.
Wow some people are plain ridiculous.
On Sunday, Starbucks—the fave corporate beverage chain of urban whites everywhere—launched its #RaceTogether campaign with a full-page ad in The New York Times.
The corporation’s CEO, Howard Schultz, is releasing the newest campaign to “Race Together,” an effort to create conversations between baristas and their costumers about race relation.
I wouldn’t say Starbucks has taken over my life because I can fully function a day without going, however, I always think about it. It’s like a little portion in my head is telling me to go, go, go.
For as long as I can remember, decisions involving trends always came with a catch-22.
9. Don’t buy silverware; take it from the dining hall.
The drive-through is sort of like the melting pot of a coffee shop. People come and go, sort of like the streets of a big city, except everyone has the same purpose: to become caffeinated.