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A disgraceful Starbucks order showed how much worse people are online (Or did it?)

Who’d actually drink that? Or, perhaps, eat it? Screenshot by ZDNet The frothing could likely be seen from outer space.

Here was a Starbucks order that was so nauseatingly excessive, so self-regarding and so disregarding of the plight of the barista that the web took one look and cried out.

Should you have missed this latest online phenomenon, this was an order allegedly placed by someone allegedly called Edward — and placed by a barista on Twitter. (Since removed, sadly.)

The order was this: “Venti Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccino with five bananas, extra caramel drizzle, extra whipped cream, extra ice, extra Cinnamon Dolce Sprinkles, seven pumps of Dark Caramel Sauce, extra Caramel Crunch Topping, one pump Honey Blend, extra Salted Butter Topping, five pumps of Frappuccino Roast, and seven Frappuccino Chips, made with heavy cream and double-blended.”

This Edward Scissorbrains was clearly a nut, a fool, and raving idiot. Equally clearly, according to more than one Twitterer, this must have been an order placed via the Starbucks app.

Here, for example, was comedian Ashley Nicole Black offering : “I knew it had to be an app order. No one would order that out loud making eye contact.”It’s a fairly popular belief that humans […]

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