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Starbucks Worker Complains About Order That Made Them All Want To Quit

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Starbucks Worker Complains About Order That Made Them All Want To Quit

A Starbucks barista has shared the order that made them all want to quit. Watch video below:

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The video was posted by barista, @sarai.camp0s and has been viewed 2.3 million times and garnered almost 400,000 likes.

It was captioned: "Oh, just a regular day working at Starbucks."

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Written in the first overlay of the video, the barista wrote: "I guess Karen's little sister ordered today."

Credit: TikTok/@sarai.camp0s
Credit: TikTok/@sarai.camp0s

According to the drink stickers, the order was an Uber Eats delivery from a Starbucks in Hayward, California.

18 of the 22 drinks were small 'strawberry acai lemonades' and were possibly purchased for a kids party due to the amount.

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I thought kids just drank orange squash at parties, but I guess these children were 'extra'.

The Starbucks worker then went on to say: "We used three big bags and two regular ones to hold all the drinks."

Directing her message at the customer, she said: "Katie, you made us all quit!"

It was likely a joke, but the staff were clearly overwhelmed by the large drinks order.

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Credit: TikTok/@sarai.camp0s
Credit: TikTok/@sarai.camp0s

At least they were able to get the order out, unlike another Starbucks incident where a member of staff made items on the menu unavailable via the Starbucks app, to make their life easier.

A TikToker with the username @mrleighteaches, posted a video onto the platform and it was viewed 200,000 times.

In the video the worker claims: "They can't fire me if I already quit."

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As imagined, the comments section was full of angry customers.

One user said: "Is this why I can't order my Refresher?!?!"

Many were asking if this was the reason why their favourite drink wasn't in stock.

A second said: "So this is why my store says they're out of caramel when I literally see them add caramel on drinks."

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A third added: "People want $15 an hour but can't do the bare minimum their job entails."

Since then, however, the video and user have been removed.

@mrleighteaches has not yet responded to the video and why his account has been removed. Starbucks has also not commented on the incident.

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@sarai.camp0s

Topics: Starbucks, TikTok

Anish Vij
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