I Hate Starbucks

Period. Why? I’ll make this quick:

  • Their coffee stinks really bad, the building stinks as bad.
  • The locations pop up like a big zit everywhere too often.
  • Their commercials suck, pushing sweet shit with tons of nasty calories.
  • The lines at the drive through that reach into the street endangering others.
  • I can enjoy a cuppa at home for faaaar less, sans the bullshit additives!
  • And of course the ludicrous prices for their shit. No surprise the zits are poppin’…

Yeah, I could rant on and on about this damned company but what’s the point? I agree.

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5 replies

  1. You can’t beat a good cup of tea!

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  2. Best of all, your home-brewed cup of joe doesn’t require you pay a tip!


  3. I agree, I don’t understand the attraction!

    Liked by 2 people

    • Thanks Tim. My guess is this is a social media and/or status thing. In my view, people who religiously pour their hard-earned money into the bank of starbucks each day have no business bitching about the cost of fuel and other important things in life.

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