This Woman Gets Her Name Mispelled at Starbucks EVERYTIME
Jan 08, 2016 14:16
Geting your name written wrongly on your Starbucks cup isn't something new or uncommon, but when it happens every single time, something must be up. Siân David, who lives in England says that people have had trouble spelling her name her whole life.
Here are some examples.
But it kept happening, so she decided to document all the fails on her Facebook page. "Shame" is probably the worst one. Who the hell is named Shame??
It always happens.
At the very least, she's not bothered by it at all.
Thankfully, there are a few baristas who get it right.
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