I remember last year people got all offended because Starbucks released red cups that had minimal design. I didn’t understand. Like what was the reason for the outrage?
Then I realized. I don’t drink coffee. I don’t have a weird warped concept of reality because of coffee.
The more I think about it, the more I wanted to see people angry. Yeah! Starbucks is anti-Christ or something because their cups are are the foundation of my faith or some kind of nonsense.
Anyway, people were freaking out about these new green cups. Hahahaha! Well, it’s too early for Christmas cups. Well, actually, it isn’t. Christmas has been around since August because our corporate greed tells us this. Man I hate what Christmas has become.
Anyway, look at that link and see all the dumb overreactions. Man, it’s just a coffee cup. But of course, I don’t drink coffee so I think I may have a grasp on reality.
Coffee drinkers need their Jesus cups from Starbucks or else the whole system is the anti-Christ during this late-year holiday season in which we can’t mention anything that will offend anyone.
Coffee drinkers, am I right?
OK, I just found out about this. Check out this summary of the nonsense in the tweet above.
First of all, I don’t drink coffee. I drink it occasionally but I never go to Starbucks because I want coffee. Never in my life have I ever desired to drink coffee. Most times when I do, I’m with people. I’m a social coffee drinker.
I am also Christian. I am a Christian who doesn’t care for coffee or what Starbucks does.
With that said, after reading the above story, I could not shake my head any more. If I did, I’d get whiplash. Is this really an issue? First of all, I didn’t even know Starbucks had seasonal themed holiday cups for Christmastime. I didn’t even know this was a big deal to people. Like if you showed me these cups, I wouldn’t even know they were supposed to mean something important.
Always with the coffee on Pretty Little Liars.
I am not ashamed to admit that I have a guilty pleasure of watching Pretty Little Liars. I started a few weeks ago on Netflix and now I am almost caught up. The show isn’t even that great, but I’ve invested too much time into it to stop.
One thing I noticed is that it seems that every episode, there is a reference to coffee. Whether they’re drinking it, buying it, hanging out at a cafe or making plans to get it, it’s always there. And this show is about high schoolers. When did high school kids start drinking coffee that frequently?
And apparently, I am not the only one who has noticed: