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#Starbucks to sell alcoholic drinks, prostitution to follow

  • By: Qwaider

  • On:Tuesday, October 19, 2010 6:41:19 AM
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    Rated 4.6/5 stars (113 votes cast)

    In an effort to diversify their losing business of burned petrified wood sold as top shelf Java, Starbucks has ventured into the wonderful land of producing alcoholic beverages.

    With that, Starbucks follows the steps of drug companies in selling upper and downer substances at the same time. It's going to be interesting to see a double shot espresso laced with rum or tequila.

    Way to go Starbucks. While you're suffering record losses in the US (Along with the ailing cigarette companies) you're enjoying record sales in backward third world countries. Thanks to the lovely brain washed crowds thinking that Starbucks has any flavor. Other than burned petrified charcoal.

     

    Prostitution is likely to follow for the company, as no one -sober enough- or with developed taste buds is going to buy their junk. If that wasn't a good enough deterrent, then perhaps this is, no one with any sense of economics, would pay that much for such mediocrity. It's safe to say, just about ANY coffee maker makes better coffee than Starbucks.

    Yes, that includes Abu Issa in downtown Amman.

    Save your money, and your dignity, and don't waste your time on that junk.

    Unless you're there for something other than the coffee!

     

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    • hamede
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    • On: 10/19/2010 8:51:12 AM
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    Hell with Starbucks,no love lost.

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    • sonnet
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    • On: 10/19/2010 9:02:31 AM
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    OMG
    Buznz is buznz! :( (or bisbis if u want)

    Thx Qwaider, and I hope abu Issa and Co. get more revenues :)

    H.
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    • Dawn
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    • On: 10/20/2010 6:03:15 PM
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    It comes from a very solid idea: we'll get you wasted in the evening and wake you up the next morning.

    They said that it's because they earn 70% of their income before 2 PM.
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    • Qwaider
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    • On: 2/12/2018 9:01:49 PM
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    LOL!

    I saw this from 8 years ago ... and it did give me a good laugh!

    Still don't like Sbux but at least now we know they're not introducing prostitution to the menu ;)
    You too can have your Memories Documented

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