anus—tart:

captainleeann:

exorin:

penandapincushion:

cutepoweredjellyfish:

jasjuliet:

mamasam:

Starbucks Just Put Harry Potter’s Butterbeer on Their Secret Menu

SCREAMS

WHAT

Yo, guys, PSA. According to another post floating around, the “secret menu” isn’t an actual thing, and asking for something from it will really confuse employees who will have no idea what you’re talking about. If you want to order this, just order something with the ingredients listed in that article! You’ll get what you want to drink, and the people working behind the counter won’t have to scramble to try and figure out what you want them to serve you!

Just as a heads up, as someone who used to work at Starbucks, the secret menu is 110% not a thing and the barista’s will absolutely fucking hate you if you come in asking for something without knowing what’s in it. Also, they won’t make it. I, and many others, straight up say no when people come in and do that. “Can I get a S’more Frappuccino?” “Do you know what’s in it?” “No, but it’s on the Secret Menu and it’s your job to know” “Secret Menu isn’t a real thing, if you don’t know what it has in it, I’m not making it.” “Blah blah just say yes blah blah.” “Nope, not sorry, next please.”
OR, come in with the ingredients! And they’ll be totally down. Instead of “Can I get a S’more Frappuccino?” try, “Can I get a one pump toffee nut, one pump cinnamon dolce, double chocolatey chip frappuccino with whip?” BAM easy, yes you can.
This has been a public service announcement.

Bless this post. These drinks are made up. Not real drinks.

I saw this post and thought the smore frap sounded amazing so I went to Starbucks and ordered it exactly like that and the barista said, “thank you so much for knowing how to order properly.”

This post speaks to my heart. The ‘secret menu’ is the bane of my existence.

anus—tart:

captainleeann:

exorin:

penandapincushion:

cutepoweredjellyfish:

jasjuliet:

mamasam:

Starbucks Just Put Harry Potter’s Butterbeer on Their Secret Menu

SCREAMS

WHAT

Yo, guys, PSA. According to another post floating around, the “secret menu” isn’t an actual thing, and asking for something from it will really confuse employees who will have no idea what you’re talking about. If you want to order this, just order something with the ingredients listed in that article! You’ll get what you want to drink, and the people working behind the counter won’t have to scramble to try and figure out what you want them to serve you!

Just as a heads up, as someone who used to work at Starbucks, the secret menu is 110% not a thing and the barista’s will absolutely fucking hate you if you come in asking for something without knowing what’s in it. Also, they won’t make it. I, and many others, straight up say no when people come in and do that. “Can I get a S’more Frappuccino?” “Do you know what’s in it?” “No, but it’s on the Secret Menu and it’s your job to know” “Secret Menu isn’t a real thing, if you don’t know what it has in it, I’m not making it.” “Blah blah just say yes blah blah.” “Nope, not sorry, next please.”

OR, come in with the ingredients! And they’ll be totally down. Instead of “Can I get a S’more Frappuccino?” try, “Can I get a one pump toffee nut, one pump cinnamon dolce, double chocolatey chip frappuccino with whip?” BAM easy, yes you can.

This has been a public service announcement.

Bless this post.
These drinks are made up. Not real drinks.

I saw this post and thought the smore frap sounded amazing so I went to Starbucks and ordered it exactly like that and the barista said, “thank you so much for knowing how to order properly.”

This post speaks to my heart. The ‘secret menu’ is the bane of my existence.

(via this-bitch-empty)

You know that feeling, when you’re just sitting around with nothing to do, and you’re going to all the websites you frequent, and you just sit there and think to yourself “Wow. I did it. I read the whole internet.”

You’d think you’d be satisfied, but really you’re just bored.

whorville:

I love how in French you don’t really say eighty. You say quatre-vingts. Which means 4 20s.

Blaze it

(via amusedbrandon)

mevsthesea:

YES YES YES SO MANY PEOPLE NEED TO SEE THIS THANK YOU

This is literally exactly how I feel, but I’ve never been able to properly articulate it. Thank you Tumblr.

mevsthesea:

YES YES YES SO MANY PEOPLE NEED TO SEE THIS THANK YOU

This is literally exactly how I feel, but I’ve never been able to properly articulate it. Thank you Tumblr.

(Source: takechancesjumphurdles, via ixnay-on-the-oddk)


"Are you a Sailor Scout?"
"I’m sailor Freddy Mercury."

"Are you a Sailor Scout?"

"I’m sailor Freddy Mercury."

(Source: phlegminism, via beeishappy)

andrysb24:

down-sizing:

Let’s remember, Jesus was a Jewish man of color, born homeless to an unwed teenager, who spent his formative years as an illegal immigrant before returning to his home country to hang out with twelve men, prostitutes, and socially untouchable tax collectors while he taught a radical social doctrine of equality, love, and forgiveness that included paying taxes, free healthcare, and the sharing of resources within a community.

canon Jesus is better than fandom Jesus

andrysb24:

down-sizing:

Let’s remember, Jesus was a Jewish man of color, born homeless to an unwed teenager, who spent his formative years as an illegal immigrant before returning to his home country to hang out with twelve men, prostitutes, and socially untouchable tax collectors while he taught a radical social doctrine of equality, love, and forgiveness that included paying taxes, free healthcare, and the sharing of resources within a community.

canon Jesus is better than fandom Jesus

(Source: worshipyeezus, via amusedbrandon)

justintimberlakedoingthings:

djddy:

????

Justin Timberlake makes an unlikely friend

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skaboyjfk:

in the right order this time oops

(Source: sexywiddlebaby, via germainetrain)