Skip to comments.Starbucks Customer Claims Barista Gave Her Satanic Latte Art
Posted on 04/01/2014 3:16:29 PM PDT by SMGFan
Usually, it adds extra cheer to your day when the person who made your coffee beverage adds a decorative flourish to the cup, whether its traditional latte foam art or a pretty caramel drizzle. One Starbucks customer in Louisiana says that a barista served up two beverages adorned with a pentagram and the number 666 in caramel syrup.
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Just turn the cup around and ignore the ‘999.’
...or scream for media attention and maybe a lawyer.
Sure the barista did it on person, and sometimes kids scribble shit. You can make a fuss, or feel some pity and move on.
666? Could just be an Iron Maiden fan.
I haven’t worn white hose since the day I got married! (sorry, couldn’t resist...)
... did it on purpose (not person)... funny fingers, sorry
When I read the headline I figured it was someone with a) too much money and b) a wild imagination.
Now I know that it is just a).
Heck, I wouldn't be able to resist commenting either, sad thing is I was blaming my keyboard, but I got a new one. That only leaves one reason for my errors, my freakin brain! It refuses to have my fingers type the words I am thinking. Worse yet it is spiteful and makes me believe that I have typed all the words I'm thinking and hits the post button, twice! Bad, bad brain!
Hmm. I don’t drink Starbucks because it always has that burnt taste...apparently the beans are hellfire roasted!
Spell czech is knot yore friend!
Doesn’t even say what the beverages were supposed to be. If they weren’t iced caramel macchiatos, I’d be pissed.
I am intensely adverse to certain symbols and while I might not have reacted violently, I would have been very damn upset and would have made a loud and angry protest. Nor would I have touched those cups.
Yes, I am superstitious. Symbols have power. Evil exists and oftentime manifests itself through such symbols, even if the creators have no evil intent or even if they do not know what they are creating.
this is news?
Starbucks has more money than the idiot customer. Some snake of a lawyer wants some of the money.
End of story.
Certainly at least as newsworthy as the drama queens in the lavender mafia who fabricate “hate speech” on their tip receipts.
A bartender I knew 20 years ago used to pour Guinness with a one (middle) finger sign poured on the head. It was very popular, and humorous. This queerdo, and the evil symbology, not so much.
Sure the barista did it on person, and sometimes kids scribble shit. You can make a fuss, or feel some pity and move on.I'm the move on type. Heck, I'd probably chuckle a bit. I could use some adolescent humor with my morning coffee.
This is not AFAIK the cup in question, just a hint as to the abilities of some baristas.OK, now I'm really impressed! So long as it isn't shopped. ;)
666 is the mark of the barista.
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