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A scandal at the Starbucks

Postby lulu33 » 20 Aug 2010, 01:21

Have you heard about an incident at Starbucks about a woman who wouldn't agree to name coffee as the staff at Starbucks wanted it to be called and was forced to leave the place?
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/food/article-1304274/Starbucks-attacked-Skinny-grande-decaf-latte-No-I-just-want---coffee.html

Do you think woman was right or she had to obey Starbucks' rules and name coffee as they wanted?
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Re: A scandal at the Starbucks

Postby killer666 » 20 Aug 2010, 02:31

She was wrong! It is her problems. she had to obey Starbucks' rules
If each person will debate in such occasion then staffs cant please to all visitors
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Re: A scandal at the Starbucks

Postby ginga » 23 Aug 2010, 05:09

LOL.. I guess she had a very bad day and the last thing she wanted was answering numerous questions at a coffee store :)
If serious, everybody can be irritated sometimes, but of course that's not a reason for shouting at people. Though I do agree that too many questions may be annoying. As for the names, I don't mind Cinnamon Dolce Latte or Espresso Con Panna :)
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Re: A scandal at the Starbucks

Postby maria » 24 Aug 2010, 02:53

I think both waiter and the woman were wrong: she should take it easier and the waiter went beyond his commission by turning her out the doors.
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Re: A scandal at the Starbucks

Postby driven » 24 Aug 2010, 14:42

You know, considering her position, and the sort of weight it holds, I think she could make a bigger and better difference to the world then trying to beat coffee facisim. There are bigger battles to fight.
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